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Eden Housing Appoints Jeffrey Moline as Vice President – Controller

July 16, 2021



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Eden Housing Appoints Jeffrey Moline as Vice President – Controller

HAYWARD, CA – Eden Housing announces the appointment of Jeffrey Moline as Vice President – Controller, effective July 12, 2021. Jeffrey is a highly accomplished affordable housing financial management executive. He has more than 12 years of experience in finance, accounting, and affordable housing development.

Most recently, Jeffrey served as Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer at Finn Capital in San Mateo, where he directed Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology and Asset Management encompassing Controllership, Property Management, and Family Office. Previously, he served as Chief Financial Officer at Burbank Housing in Santa Rosa, and Controller at East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation in Oakland.

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, Jeffrey will oversee all the activities of the corporate, development and property management accounting departments including corporate budgeting, monthly financial statements issuance, annual audit and tax return preparation, development cost accounting, accounts payable and treasury functions. He will hold responsibility for more than 30 staff members who support Eden’s accounting and finance functions.

“I’m proud to join the team at Eden Housing and contribute to changing our world, one corner at a time,” said Moline.

“Jeffrey brings to Eden a robust experience in affordable housing financial management,” said Tatiana Blank, Chief Financial Officer of Eden Housing. “I am elated to have him on the team, joining us in tackling affordable housing from all angles.”

About Eden Housing

Eden Housing is a non-profit with more than 50 years of experience in tackling affordable housing from all angles. We believe that home is where your start is. Every day, we create the housing needed to make sure all of our neighbors have a place to call home and advocate for still more, because safe and affordable housing helps families stay secure, allows communities to thrive, and solves many of our cities’ most pressing challenges. Learn more at