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Sarah Malone promoted to CFO

Wallick Communities is pleased to promote Sarah Malone to Chief Financial Officer, where she will oversee all company finance activities and acquisitions. Asset Management will continue to report to Sarah in her new role as we work to secure her successor.

Sarah joined Wallick in 2018 to lead Asset Management, ensure our communities perform well financially, and play a central role in driving business growth through acquisitions. Sarah is not only in charge of ensuring our property portfolio generates a return on investment, but she also sees to it that our communities are operated per our vision to provide safe, affordable homes to families and seniors.

Before starting at Wallick, Sarah spent ten years at the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH), as a leader in fund management. Sarah oversaw the day-to-day activities of LIHTC asset underwriting in this position, including the approval process, construction management, and closing. She also worked closely with investors on proprietary fund investments.

Sarah is currently a board member for the YWCA of Columbus, a nonprofit with a mission to eliminate racism and empower women through dialog, education, and practical resources. She received a bachelor’s in business administration and marketing from Ashland University, followed by an MBA from Capital University.

Congratulations, Sarah.

Sarah Malone Joins Wallick Communities as SVP of Asset Management

Meet Sarah, our new Senior Vice President of Asset Management. She is responsible for ensuring all company-owned communities are performing financially and generating a return on investment.

Sarah joins Wallick Communities after spending 10 years at Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH), first as Vice President of Fund Management then as Director of Fund Management. In her previous position, Sarah oversaw the day-to-day activities of LIHTC asset underwriting including the approval process, construction management and closing. She also worked closely with investors on proprietary fund investments.

Sarah holds a board seat on YWCA of Columbus and received a bachelor’s in business administration and marketing from Ashland University as well as an MBA from Capital University. In her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, attending music events and reading bestsellers for her book club.