Tricia L. Gallagher is a multi-lingual, solution-oriented professional with over 15 years experience and proven ability in the areas of law, real estate, banking, insurance, import/export and consumer/commercial liabilities. She previously served as a senior level Compliance Officer for a variety of business entities overseeing multi-billion dollar portfolios. Throughout those tenures she was responsible for maintaining regulatory compliance with all local, state and federal laws and was instrumental in designing and implementing new and improved safeguard security processes, policies, and procedures to enhance and monitor critical regulatory compliance systems.
In 2008, Tricia joined the senior management team at First Housing to manage the personnel charged with executing daily activities in the Loan Administration (Servicing and Construction Management) Department. Since then, Tricia has done a complete overhaul of its policies and procedures as well as introduced streamline standard operating procedures which have significantly helped overall operations. In addition to personnel management, she supervises and conducts in-house audits of all incoming pre- and post-closing loan packages to ensure all respective loan requirements are in place and handled timely and efficiently to ensure borrower, investor, and development collateral are secured and free from liens and liabilities.
Tricia is an active member and participant in the Tampa Bay area music community which frequently includes and supports a variety of charitable causes. She actively contributes to several other foundations and charities such as the Spring of Tampa Bay, Susan G. Komen, Elmira’s Wildlife Foundation, the Humane Society, United Way, and other non-profit organizations.
Angi has over 30 years of experience in Mortgage Loan Servicing with 23 years in the Affordable Housing Finance industry. She joined First Housing in 2007 in the position of Senior Escrow Administrator. In 2009, with the issuance of ARRA funding, she added Davis-Bacon and Section 3 Administration into her duties and successfully implemented processes and procedures to ensure compliance. Since 2013, she has has been conducting pre-construction conferences as well as 2-3 day training events for other compliance professionals specifically dealing with Davis-Bacon and Section 3 Compliance.
Ms. Darling continues to increase her knowledge base in Prevailing Wage requirements by attending annual Prevailing Wage Seminars conducted by the U.S. Wage and Hourly Division of the Department of Labor as well as attending on-line webinar training classes for the HUD Davis-Bacon Payroll Certification Submission System. She has completed Affordable Housing course work in Multifamily Rental Programs Compliance, Low Income Housing Tax Credit, Fair Housing 101, Developing & Financing Affordable Rental Housing, and What to Expect During Underwriting, as well as increased her marketing and sales skills with course work in Generating Creative & Innovated Ideas and Interpersonal Communication. Between 1988 and 1991 she completed various course training classes in Mortgage Servicing, Alternative Mortgage, Mortgage Assignments, and the Mortgage Bankers Association course on Buying and Selling Real Estate.