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Chief Executive Officer - Michael A Goze

Michael  is a member of The Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin. He is responsible for strategic planning, policy development and implementation of AICDC's programs and services.  His background includes serving as a Ho-Chunk Nation Legislator where he worked closely with the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs in Washington D.C. and during his tenure, started a tribal housing program.  He has worked in the area of chemical dependency for over 20 years in the Detox setting as well as with the homeless and chronic populations.  Michael is a Minnesota Licensed Real Estate Salesperson,  is a certified Pathways Home Homebuyer Educator and Minnesota Home Ownership Center certified homeownership counselor.  His leadership in the American Indian community is well respected throughout the country and Canada.   


Chief Operating Officer – Tom McElveen

Tom oversees the operations of AICDC and is responsible for real estate development and asset management of AICDC's multifamily portfolio.   He has over 30 years of public and private sector experience in the housing and community development field.   Tom is a Minnesota Licensed Real Estate Broker, a Certified Housing Development Finance Specialist by The National Development Council and a Certified Public Housing Manager from The Institute of Real Estate Management.


Administration Office Manager – Janet Graham

Jan is the Administration Office Manager for AICDC's corporate office and Facilities Manager for AICDC Properties. Jan is a Minnesota Licensed  Real Estate Salesperson  and has training in property management, low-income housing tax credits and Fair Housing.


Full Charge Bookkeeper – Tracy Hale

Tracy is responsible for AICDC's financial accounting services.  She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in economics from Illinois State University with 10 years of accounting experience in the insurance industry and 3 years of experience in the nonprofit sector.  


Diane Grooms- Senior and homeless services

Diane Grooms is a member of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe.  Diane provides services to the American Indian Elders at Bii Di Gin Dash Anwebi (Come In, Rest) elders housing and the Elders that our involved in our programing.  Diane is also the lead person in AICDC's work in the disparities within the Hennepin County homeless population. 

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