Director of Property Management
Nick comes with over a decade of affordable housing experience in property management. During his tenure, he worked with the Housing Authority of Salt Lake City and Boulder Housing Partners prior to shifting his focus to development and stabilization of projects throughout the four corners region. Nick supports the mission of BlueLine and has worked as a Regional Manager and Operations Lead before moving into the role of Director. Nick strives to cultivate a culture of compassionate accountability in property management. Nick believes we help people to be successful by empowering them and allowing them to find their strength through the process.
Lease-Up & Compliance Manager
Charlie believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to live in safe and affordable housing. Charlie brings over two decades of experience in property management, having started her career in 2000. Through years of experience, Charlie found her true passion in affordable housing, finding the work to be challenging and rewarding. Charlie joined the BlueLine team in 2023 as Lease-Up & Compliance manager, working closely with the lease-up specialists as properties get handed off from construction to property management.
In her personal time, she enjoys being with family and friends in the outdoors. She enjoys 4-wheeling, hiking, trail running, and lake time with her pup in the summer, and spends the colder months reading inside.
Cass joined the BlueLine team in 2023 as the Facilities Manager. Cass is a Colorado Native, and comes with 8 years of experience in coordinating the maintenance needs of LIHTC, multi-family, and senior facilities. Working in the industry has fueled her passion for affordable housing, and she is currently going to school for a degree in Public Service and is minoring in Non-Profit Management.
“We must work harder to ensure that all Citizens have opportunities for home and community by providing excellence to our fellow members of society.”
Her ultimate career goal is to advocate and communicate critical issues related to Affordable Housing. When Cass is not in school or working, she loves being at the lake with her family and fishing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, wake surfing, and tubing.
Britnay has worked in the property management industry for 13 years, with a focus on Permanent Supportive Housing, Section 8, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), Transitioning housing, and VASH properties the last 10 years. Britnay has also managed conventional housing, student housing, and commercial properties. She has managed properties with 400+ units. Britnay is an artist at heart-- outside of work, you'll catch her with a paintbrush in hand, or fishing and spending time in the outdoors. Britnay strives to be a positive light wherever she goes.
Having moved back to Montana in 2015, Jessica accepted the role of assistant property manager where she quickly took on her own properties managing Project Based Section 8 (PBS8), Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and HOME units. Jessica has also managed conventional housing with 400+ units. With the passion of providing support, she took on the role of area manager. Missing affordable housing, she made the choice to come back recently (working for BlueLine) where she feels more at home. When Jessica is not working, she is out traveling and making new adventures with her family. Her motto is: life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we respond react to it, and if we fail, we fail forward.
Tracy started in property management in 2020 with BlueLine in Denver CO. Tracy likes to say that "BlueLine took a chance on her" when she was hired as an assistant property manager, despite not having previous experience in the field. Tracy brings over 30 years of experience in consumer lending-- she began as a customer service representative and became a branch manager, then a district manager of 6 offices and 51 employees in the Denver area. Currently her title at BLPMC is Tax Credit Lease Up Specialist. This position allows the opportunity to meet applicants as she helps qualify them for housing. Many of her skills from previous careers help in this role, including time management, self-motivation, and the ability to talk to applicants and meet deadlines. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her first grand baby, Mikeala, born in January 2022. She also loves gardening and having backyard bbq’s with her husband, as well as hiking and paddle boarding with her 2 dogs, Remington and Sophie (see above for the cuteness).
Amanda began working in the affordable housing industry in 2013 as a Housing Specialist. With her passion for helping those most in need, she moved into managing multiple housing programs by becoming Housing Director for multiple Colorado counties. One of Amanda’s notable achievements was being a partner of the Built for Zero team, who helped meet functional zero for homeless Veterans in Fremont County. Fremont County was the first county in Colorado to achieve this. Amanda attributes her success to her philosophy of “giving a hand up”.
Brooke grew up in Missoula, where she attended the University of Montana and earned her BA's Psychology and Sociology / Criminology. After entering the workforce however, she realized she wanted to be an accountant. Brooke loves to travel and spend time with her children. In her "free time", she works for BlueLine, and primarily handles accounting for the Wyoming and Montana properties. Brooke has been a part of the BlueLine team since 2020.
Becky started with BlueLine in January 2022 as a bookkeeper for BlueLine Property Management, BlueLine Development, and BlueLine Construction. More recently, she became staff accountant for the Colorado properties, as well as a couple in Montana. She has been in the Missoula area for 20 years. Becky has worked in payroll and customer service for 17 years with trucking companies, and was a staff accountant for a pharmacy and assisted living facility prior to working for BlueLine.
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