Ms. André has 20 years experience in the Affordable Housing field. Specializing in Affordable Housing Finance, deal structuring and project management.
Ms. André consults on both multi-family and single-family residential development projects throughout Texas. She is experienced in the use of public subsidies for affordable housing, including Section 202, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Historic Tax Credits, HOME and CDBG funds.
Ms. André has held positions at Diana McIver & Associates, The Enterprise Foundation, and Austin Revitalization Authority and she founded the Austin CHDO Roundtable in 2002.
In her spare time, she's in her garden, reading The Intergalactic Nemesis, and enjoying all that Austin has to offer.
Ms. Burchett has been involved in land development for 20 years in both the public and private sectors as city planner, real estate developer, and construction manager.
As a LEED Green Associate and a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, Ms. Burchett is an advocate for low impact design and walkable connected spaces. She studied Housing at Oklahoma State University and received her Masters degree in Community and Regional Planning from the University of Texas.
Ms. Burchett has a fondness for cool signage and fences. For fun she plays Scrabble with her husband and heads to the coast as often as possible.
Ms. Broadbent is a GIS Specialist and Development Assistant on the Structure Development Team.
Ms. Broadbent's expertise in mapping and her interest in how spatial data and information can impact affordable housing brought her to Structure Development in the summer of 2016.
Ms. Broadbent studied Geography at the University of Utah and continues to hone her skills at Austin Community College’s GIS Department.
Before she began working at Structure Development, Ms. Broadbent was a GIS Technician for a data analytics company and was a member and director of several genealogical and family history groups in the Austin area.
When Ms. Broadbent isn’t busy making maps, she enjoys doing genealogy research and attending genealogy conferences, playing board games with her family, and making incredible tamales.
Ms. Atkinson joined Structure Development in the summer of 2016.
Ms. Atkinson’s interest in the development and equitable growth of cities has led her to pursue a career path that supports access to economic opportunity and great, livable places. She graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin, with a semester spent at the Ecole Nationale Supèrieur d’Architecture in Versailles, France.
Prior to joining Structure Development, Ms. Atkinson was a research analyst for an Economic Development consulting firm, and has done contract work for the NYU Urbanization Project and the FDIC’s Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Examinations.
In her downtime, she enjoys traveling to visit her family in Canada, reading, going to Trivia Nights, and eating as many tacos as possible.