Our leadership team brings a wealth of experience, providing the expertise to create and sustain a long term commitment to our community to providing ongoing programs and services that help families achieve, preserve, and sustain affordable housing.
Maggie provides oversight and direction for the acquisition, rehabilitation and sale/rental of PCCLT properties. She has more than 30 years of experience in the housing, real estate, and finance industries. Prior to managing PCCLT, Maggie spent more than nine years with Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) where she was responsible for their housing counseling programs. Previously, she was both a residential loan officer and loan processor for a Small Business Administration commercial real estate loan program. As a 4th generation Tucsonan, Maggie is committed to improving living conditions in her community. Her experience allows her to understand the obstacles that many low-income and minority families face when trying to purchase a home. She has brought affordable loans, closing cost grants and down payment assistance to the community by forming partnerships between nonprofits, the housing industry and all levels of government.
Gigi Aldridge secures critical resources for the Land Trust by planning and executing a resource development program, acts as Project Developer for affordable rental and homeownership projects, and supports the Executive Director in strategic planning. She has more than 20 years of experience in grant writing, acquisition and development, construction, and project planning for community-based organizations. Prior to PCCLT, Gigi was the Director of Single Family Development at Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC), as well as Director of La Causa Construction LLC, CPLC’s affiliate construction company. In 2011, the Mayor and City Council appointed Gigi to the Tucson Metropolitan Housing Commission. In addition to her extensive non-profit expertise, Gigi has over 25 years of experience in small business management, design, new construction and single-family rehabilitation.
Geraldine is a Native Tucsonan with an extensive background in banking and housing counseling working in the non-profits. Her most recent accomplishments have been working in a government agency and collaborating with other government and non-profit agencies regarding homeless prevention and affordable housing. However, her true calling brought her back into the non-profit side where she can truly make a difference in the community.
Elias Garcia is a native Arizonan. He grew up in Nogales, Arizona and moved to Tucson when he was 14 years old. Elias attended Salpointe Catholic High School and has an associate’s degree in Small Business Administration from Pima Community College. Elias has an extensive background in finance, banking and small business His passion is helping his community gain financial literacy to achieve financial success.
Carolina has been a bookkeeper at PCCLT since March 2019. Previously, she worked at Toyota as an accountant for 6 years. She has been living in Tucson since 2009, raising her family alongside her husband. Carolina is one of PCCLT’s homeowners. She and her family have been part of the PCCLT family since November 2018. She is very happy with the life her and her husband are creating in Tucson for their family.
Lupita has been a licensed real estate agent for over 20 years and has vast experience helping clients achieve their real estate goals. She was raised in the small border town of Douglas, has experience in social work, administration and lending. She has been on the Board of Directors for several non-profit organizations and is excited to now be working for a non-profit organization and looking forward to helping more families achieve their dream of owning a home.
Albert E. Celaya
Gregory F. Kennedy
Richard Marcos Ysmael
Crystal C Atwell