Sadie McKeown is Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President at The Community Preservation Corporation (CPC), a non-profit lender for affordable housing throughout New York State.
In this capacity, Ms. McKeown oversees all lending activities including, closings, business operations and investor relations. She also oversees all of CPC's Regional Field offices by providing them with leadership and strategic direction as they continue to foster partnerships with CPC’s headquarters and external community and governmental agencies.
Prior to this, in 1992, Ms. McKeown started her career at CPC as a Mortgage Originator.
In Upstate New York, Ms. McKeown has led CPC's Downtown Main Street initiatives. Under this program, CPC seeks to concentrate its financial products and creativity in support of local revitalization efforts. Ms. McKeown has used these redevelopment tools as a guide for assisting other municipalities with their revitalization plans.
Ms. McKeown graduated from Fordham University with a B.A. in Communications and earned her Masters Degree in Human Services Administration with a concentration in Housing from Cornell University.
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Since Richard Conley joined CPC in 1988, CPC's lending expanded from a few select neighborhoods in New York City to throughout all of New York State.
Prior to this, Richard served as a Senior Mortgage Officer in the Bronx office, targeting the Bronx and upper Manhattan. Over a two decade period Richard worked with a team in originating construction and permanent financing that was pivotal in helping to revitalize numerous neighborhoods that had fallen into disrepair. A notable project Richard assisted in financing was the renovation of Parkchester, a 12,271 unit complex in the east Bronx financed by CPC and developed by its for-profit subsidiary, CPC Resources, Inc.. More recently, he has originated loans including green retrofitting work as part of CPC’s effort to promote energy efficiency in its multi-family construction and permanent lending programs. Going forward Richard will be reviewing proposed construction and permanent loans recommended for approval, and monitoring CPC’s loan portfolio.