Mark Mayfield serves as the President/CEO of the Texas Housing Foundation, a regional public housing authority based in Marble Falls, Texas; a position he has held for 35 years. His interests include family, his church and community service. Currently he serves as President of the Capital Area Housing Finance Corporation; Vice-President of the Marble Falls Economic Development Corporation. Over the course of his career, he has held many positions, both elected and appointed.
Allison Milliorn is an experienced Chief Operating Officer at the Texas Housing Foundation in Marble Falls, Texas. She attended the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor between 2003 and 2006, where she earned her Bachelor of Business Administration with a focus in accounting. Milliorn has more than a decade of experience working in property management, acquisitions, development, and general partnerships. She works well under pressure and has a knack for handling some of the most challenging situations with the best approach possible.
Milliorn has roughly 12 years of experience in the real estate industry. She gained such vast experience while working as the Director of Finance and Accounting, Vice President of Finance and Administration, and Interim Chief Financial Officer throughout the years. She uses her skills and knowledge of the real estate industry to professionally handle any obstacle thrown her way with a smile on her face.
Not only does she have an incredible work ethic, but she’s also committed to volunteering and providing community service to help others while working to make a difference. She’s volunteered as the Treasurer for the Hill County Children’s Advocacy Center since January 2017. In addition, she’s a board member of the Opportunities for Williamson & Burnet Counties and has been since November 2017. Milliorn has also volunteered as the Treasurer for the Economic Development Group in Bertram, Texas, for four years, focusing primarily on economic empowerment.
Dominic “Nick” Audino is general counsel for the Texas Housing Foundation and its affiliates, including the Community Resource Centers of Texas, Inc. Mr. Audino graduated from Marble Falls High School and later received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from SMU’s Dedman School of Law. While attending SMU, Audino interned with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of General Counsel in Fort Worth, Texas. Audino is board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Residential and Commercial Real Estate law, is currently a licensed real estate broker and formerly a licensed real estate appraiser in the states of Texas and California. Audino also handles a variety of employment law matters and all facets of trial and appellate litigation, up to and including appeals to the Texas Supreme Court. In addition to handling transactional matters and creation and oversight of over sixty of Texas Housing Foundation’s for-profit and non-profit entities. Audino married his high school Sweetheart Peggy Audino, and they have two daughters; Marisa and Miranda, and a grandson, Reece.
Sarita Stotts Smith
Sarita Stotts Smith is the Human Resources Director at THF Housing Management Corporation. A property management company in Marble Falls, Texas. Practicing human resources in a variety of industries (hospitality, manufacturing, and property management) and serving many years in the role of ‘HR Department of One’ has provided her the opportunity to work in all areas of HR including recruiting, onboarding, training, employee relations, payroll, performance management, leadership training and development, workers compensation, benefits, and safety. Since her appointment in 2006 she has been instrumental in integrating human resource initiative into the strategic goals of the organization. She has over 20 years of experience in administration, management, and human resources. She holds a degree in Agribusiness. She is an active member of the national chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management.
Rhonda Baker joined THF in 2019 in the position of Compliance Director. Before joining THF, she has enjoyed a thirty-year career in the Affordable Housing business. Rhonda began her career in the Affordable Housing industry in Pennsylvania in 1988 as Property Manager of 2 Rural Development properties, one 32 units and the other 40 units, both layered with low-income tax credit. She was quickly promoted to Area Manager and Training Manager overseeing 6 RD/LIHTC properties in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia. Rhonda relocated to Texas in 1993 where she worked as Property Manager for a conventional property until 1995, then accepted a position with Boston Financial Property Management Company as Manager, advancing to Senior Manager and Compliance A-Team Associate. After ten years she moved on to work as a Compliance Manager for a third-party compliance monitoring company in the LIHTC industry conducting file reviews and audits for owners, lenders and syndicates, as well as physical inspections. In 2006, Rhonda was recruited to work for a management company in Dallas to create a full-service Compliance Division for a growing residential portfolio. The portfolio grew from, 4800 units to over 16,000 during her 5-year tenure, earning her the title of Vice President-Compliance Director. Her duties included writing compliance policies and procedure manuals, hiring, training and supervising a team of 8 compliance officers to ensure compliance with LIHTC, HOME, BOND, CDBG, Rural Development and HUD programs. She was also responsible for all tenant file audits and physical inspections of the portfolio, and submitted quarterly and annual reports for Texas and 13 other US States. Rhonda then moved on to a medium-sized management company in Austin where she again created a full service Affordable Housing Compliance Division to include creating policies and procedures as well as enforcing those same procedures across the 4800 unit portfolio. Rhonda holds HCCP, COS, CPO, TCS, MOR Specialist and Public Housing Occupancy Specialist certifications.
Daniel comes to THFHMC with 20 years of experience in the operations and programmatic compliance of affordable housing programs, including Low Income Housing Tax Credits, USDA Rural Development, Project Based Section 8, Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher and HOME. Daniel started his affordable housing career in the Project Based Section 8 Public Housing program with the Los Angeles County Housing Authority, moving on to the Housing Choice Voucher program. Later, he took the position of Sr. Program Compliance Specialist, conducting Project Based Section 8 Management and Occupancy Review audits with the Southern California Contract Administrator for HUD. After moving to Texas, Daniel continued his affordable housing career as a Compliance Manager overseeing the compliance of Project Based Section 8 and Low Income Housing Tax Credit properties and advancing his career at the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs in the role of Physical Inspections Specialist. After leaving TDHCA in 2012, Daniel changed his career path to focus on the operational side of the affordable housing industry, where he has performed the role of Regional Property Manager at several Texas based management companies since. Daniel joined THFHMC in 2018 as the Regional Supervisor assigned to our USDA Rural Development portfolio, where he supervised the rehabilitation of all 14 properties in the portfolio.
Lucy Murphy leads CRCTX acting as the critical community connector and offering strategic, visionary leadership. She brings experience in community planning and development, government operations, transportation and water resources, health services delivery, and funding. Through Donna, CRCTX has considerable access to public and private resources at local, regional, and state levels. She maintains working relationships with key policymakers in the Texas legislature and state government agencies, the U.S. Congress and city and county leaders throughout Texas. Donna served as the Burnet County Judge for eight years. During that time, she successfully led efforts as diverse as water facility planning, economic impact studies, regional transportation initiatives, a VetRide program, and an affordable prescription drug program. She oversaw major county construction projects, including the new Burnet County Jail and the Administrative Annex, and she positioned Burnet County to be debt-free in 2015.