Key Personnel

Originations

James Horvick

James Horvick is vice president and director of originations for Raymond James Tax Credit Funds. He is responsible for the overall infrastructure of the originations team and directly oversees four of our originations teams: Atlantic, Coastal, Southeast and Midwest. James serves on the City of Tampa’s Affordable Housing Advisory Committee. Prior to joining RJTCF in 2002, he developed and delivered specialized training programs for Raymond James & Associates. James received an MBA with honors from the University of Florida and a BA from Concordia College.

Kevin Kilbane

Kevin Kilbane is Vice President and Managing Director of Acquisitions, West Region for Raymond James Tax Credit Funds. He is responsible for overseeing all aspects of property acquisitions for the company in the Western United States as well as managing the distribution of RJTCF's California funds to investors. Prior to joining Raymond James, he worked as an independent consultant responsible for placing equity for LIHTC developers, and spent 10 years at a major national syndicator, where he was a member of the executive management team responsible for acquisitions, equity sales and staff management. Kevin received a bachelor's degree in business economics from the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio.

Dan Wendle

Dan Wendle is vice president and director of acquisitions, West Region for Raymond James Tax Credit Funds. He is responsible for overseeing property acquisitions for the company in the Western United States. Prior to joining Raymond James, he spent 13 years at a major national non-profit syndicator, where he was Acquisitions Director and oversaw the Northwest Team, responsible for acquisitions equity investment and in charge of sales and asset staff management. Dan attended the University of Oregon and received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Portland State University’s Hatfield School of Government.

Gary Robinson

Gary Robinson is vice president, managing director of acquisitions, Mid-South region for Raymond James Tax Credit Funds and is responsible for property acquisitions in Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas. Gary currently serves on the board of directors of the Louisiana Association of Affordable Housing Providers. Gary joined Raymond James in 2001. Prior to joining Raymond James, he was involved in the structuring, financial due diligence, and transactions of numerous mergers and acquisitions. He was previously a loan officer at First Union National Bank. Gary received an MBA from the University of Florida and a BS from the University of South Florida.

Darryl J. Seavey

Darryl J. Seavey is vice president and managing director of acquisitions, northeast region for Raymond James Tax Credit Funds and is responsible for property acquisitions in the northeast United States including New York city. Darryl’s background includes originating, developing and managing all phases of affordable housing developments, including coordinating terms for debt, equity and government subsidies. Prior to joining Raymond James, he served as managing director for the northeast United States for a major national syndicator. Prior to that, he served as assistant and, later, deputy commissioner of the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal. He holds a bachelor's degree from Union College in Schenectady, New York, and a law degree from Brooklyn Law School.

Michelle Kraics

Michelle Kraics is Director of Acquisitions for the Northeast Region, and is responsible for property acquisition in the northeast United States including New York City, Philadelphia and Boston. Michelle will focus on property acquisitions, managing existing business and cultivating relationships with developers and investors. She has more than eight years of experience in the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) business, most recently as Director of LIHTC Originations at Citibank where she led the Bank’s Originations and Sales efforts. Prior to her time at Citibank, she spent five years working at Related Capital Company in New York, originating and structuring LIHTC investments in the Eastern Region, primarily in New York City. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Columbia University in New York City.

James Dunton

James Dunton is vice president, director of acquisitions, Midwest region for Raymond James Tax Credit Funds and is responsible for property acquisitions in the Midwest region of the United States. He joined the firm in 2005 and has held various roles within RJTCF. In his previous roles, James was responsible for reviewing due diligence material, addressing investor concerns, processing capital distributions and facilitating closing of project partnerships. He received an MBA from Duke University and a BS with honors in finance from the University of Florida.

Sean Jones

Sean Jones is director of acquisitions, Coastal region for Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, and is responsible for new business development and relationship management for partners in Florida, Hawaii, Alaska, Ohio, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Sean joined Raymond James Tax Credit Funds in early 2007. Prior to joining Raymond James, Sean was involved with the development and operation of a residential real estate finance department of a federally chartered credit union. Sean earned an MBA from Florida State University and a BS from the University of Central Florida.

John Colvin

John Colvin is vice president, director of acquisitions, Southeast region for Raymond James Tax Credit Funds and is responsible for property acquisitions in the Southeastern region of the U.S. Prior to joining Raymond James, John worked for a large regional bank where he was responsible for tax credit equity originations and construction lending throughout the Southeast. His commercial real estate background includes managing multifamily real estate developments, from underwriting through construction and stabilization. John received a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Alabama and an MBA from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.