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Next Board Meeting

Dates, Locations and Board Materials for upcoming Board Meetings.

Press & Media

CalHFA press releases, articles that have appeared in newspapers and other media.

2013/2014 Annual Report

The FY 2013/2014 Annual Report and its supporting documents are now available online.

Senior Staff Profiles

Tia Boatman Patterson, Executive Director by appointment of Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. since August 2014. Prior to joining CalHFA, Ms. Boatman Patterson was the general counsel at the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency from 2009 to 2014. She was special assistant to California State Assembly Speaker Karen Bass from 2008 to 2009 and to California State Assembly Speaker Fabian Nez from 2005 to 2008, senior associate at Best Best and Krieger LLP from 2003 to 2004 and agency counsel at the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency from 1999 to 2003. From 1995 to 1999, Ms. Boatman Patterson served as a policy consultant for several California State Assembly Committees including Housing and Community Development and worked prior as a law clerk at Greve Clifford Wengel and Paras from 1992 to 1995. Ms. Boatman Patterson earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.

Kenneth H. Giebel, Director of Marketing since September 2002.  B.S. and M.B.A., University of Santa Clara.  Previously:  Senior Marketing Manager at the California Lottery (1996-2002); various marketing positions for private sector corporations and advertising agencies.

Timothy Hsu, Director of Financing since July 2012. B.A. Wesleyan University. Previously:  Financing Risk Manager, CalHFA (2005-2012); Vice President at a major Wall Street investment bank (2003-2004); Financing Officer, CalHFA (2002); Senior Consultant at a leading quantitative consultancy (1995-2001).  He earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 2007, and he earned the Financial Risk Manager designation in 2008.

Victor James, General Counsel since July 2012. J.D., University of California - San Francisco, Hastings College of Law 1982, B.A., UC Berkeley.  Previously: Acting General Counsel, February 2012 - July 2012; Assistant Chief Counsel of the Agency (July 2007 -Feb. 2012); Staff Counsel III with the Agency (July 2002 - July 2007); Deputy Prosecutor with Hawaii County Prosecutor's Office (July 2001 – 2002); Solo Practitioner in Hawaii in area of Real Estate transactions, employment law and estate planning (1998-2001); Partner, practicing in area of Labor and Employment Law, Littler & Mendelson, Sacramento (1988-1998); State of CA, Sacramento, practicing Labor Law (1985-1988); Dept. of Navy, Office of General Counsel, Alameda, CA, practicing Labor & Employment Law (1982-1985).

Diane Richardson, Director of State Legislation since January 1999 and President of the CalHFA Mortgage Assistance Corporation since 2010, Previously: Deputy Legislative Secretary for Governor Wilson (1998); Director of Legislation for the California Environmental Protection Agency (1997); Deputy Director for Legislation and other positions, Office of Planning and Research (1983-1996); Legislative Aide, California State Assembly (1981-1983).

Liane W. Morgan, Chief Information Officer since July 2012. B.S., California State University, Sacramento. Previously: Acting Chief Information Officer (2010-2012); IT Project Manager (2005-2012) for the Agency; Various programming positions at the Agency (1987­2005), Systems Engineer, EDS (1984-1987).

Anthony Sertich, Financing Risk Manager since February 2013.  B.A., University of California, Berkeley. Previously: Financing Officer (2008-2013); Financing Specialist (2006­2008); Financing Associate (2004-2006); Actuarial Analyst, Watson Wyatt Worldwide (1998­2003).

Lori Hamahashi, Comptroller since April 2014 (Acting Comptroller since May 2013). B.S., California State University, Sacramento. Previously: Accounting Administrator II, CalHFA (2006-2009); Accounting Administrator I (Supervisor), CalHFA (2002-2006); various accounting positions for CalHFA.


The position of Chief Deputy Director is currently vacant.  This position must ultimately be filled by appointment by the Governor.