New York City Housing Development Corporation

2019 Annual


Message from HDC President & Chair

In 2019, the New York City Housing Development Corporation helped the City in financing record numbers of affordable homes dedicated to New Yorkers in greatest need. The 2019 Annual Report highlights some of the milestones of HDC’s work this year to get developments shovel ready, constructed, and prepared to welcome New Yorkers into safe, secure, and affordable homes.


Message from HDC President & Chair

Dear Partners,

As we present you with the 2019 Annual Report and reflect on the past year, it is hard to overstate how much our world has changed in the months that followed. At the time of publication of this report, we find ourselves in the midst of an unprecedented health crisis that has upended our economy and drawn into sharp relief the significance of home. It has also revealed disparities in our society as communities of color have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.

At the same time, people across the city and the nation have banded together to protest police violence and call for an end to the structural racism that underlies so many of our institutions. This is a difficult moment in history, but we see hope in the call for change and are proud of how HDC and our fellow agencies are rising to the challenge.

And so as we look back at 2019, we reflect on all we have accomplished to promote greater social equity in our communities, while also providing greater well-being and economic security to New Yorkers through the development of affordable housing.

In 2019, HDC helped the City in achieving record numbers of affordable homes for those New Yorkers in greatest need. This means more housing to help many of our aging seniors live without fear of being displaced from their communities, more housing to help our city’s formerly homeless individuals and families find a greater sense of stability and independence, and more housing to help some of our city’s lowest income households prosper.

Thanks to our work with the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development and so many valued partners, by the end of 2019 we had achieved a total of 147,933 homes created and preserved to date under the Housing New York 2.0 plan.

The 2019 Annual Report highlights some of the milestones of our work this year, while walking through the complex yet seamless process required to get developments shovel ready, constructed, and leased-up so that we can fulfill our ultimate goal of moving New Yorkers into safe, secure, and affordable homes.

As we navigate the challenges and uncertainties before us, we are heartened by the creative and dedicated partnerships that represent our industry. We thank you for all you have done to present viable solutions in this time of crisis and for everything you continue to do to advance affordable housing as a both a catalyst for economic recovery and the creation of a more diverse and equitable city.

Eric and Louise

NYCHDC President NYCHDC Board Chair

New York 2.0

HDC plays a key role in advancing the goals set forth in the City’s Housing New York 2.0 plan, which aims to create a more fair and equitable city through the creation and preservation of affordable housing.

New York 2.0

The New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) plays a key role in advancing the goals set forth in the City’s Housing New York 2.0 plan which aims to create a more fair and equitable city through the creation and preservation of affordable housing. Together with the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and our many other valued partners across the housing industry, we have made significant strides towards bringing affordable housing opportunities to New Yorkers in greatest need.

This year alone, the City financed more than 25,000 affordable homes, bringing the total number of units created or preserved under the Housing New York 2.0 plan to 147,933. Roughly half of this overall production has been supported through financing provided by HDC.

In 2019, a record-breaking 10,197 newly constructed apartments were financed under the housing plan, including transformative projects like The Peninsula Building 1B which is part of a multi-phased development that will ultimately bring more than 700 units of 100 percent affordable housing to the Bronx.

The City preserved an additional 15,692 apartments this year—among them the 524-unit, scattered-site JOE Central Brooklyn project, which will help to make sure more New Yorkers can continue to live in and afford the neighborhoods they call home.

“We are delivering on the nation’s most ambitious affordable housing plan in its densest and most complex city. We want to ensure that every New Yorker, regardless of their income, has a place to call home and thrive in our great city.”

Vicki Been, Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development

Housing New York: 2019 Progress

  • 25,889 homes created or preserved
  • Record numbers of homeless and supportive housing
  • 10,197 newly constructed affordable homes
  • 15,692 affordable homes preserved
  • 3,030 apartments for formerly homeless New Yorkers
  • 1,482 apartments with supportive services

Featured Project:

The Peninsula

The Peninsula Building 1B

Developed in partnership with the Mutual Housing Association of New York (MHANY), The Peninsula Building 1B received financing under HDC and HPD’s Extremely Low and Low-Income Affordability (ELLA) program and is part of a multi-phased plan to transform the site of the former Spofford Juvenile Detention Center into a vibrant, mixed-use, affordable housing development.

Building 1B includes 182 units of deeply affordable housing for extremely low-, very low-, and low-income New Yorkers, with 10 percent of the overall units set aside for formerly homeless households. This is just the first of a multi-phased effort that will ultimately bring 740 affordable homes in addition to industrial, retail, community, and public space to the Hunts Point neighborhood of the Bronx.

Project Highlights

  • 182 Affordable Homes
  • 10% of units reserved for formerly homeless households
  • Over 4,750 square feet of commercial space.
  • Over 14,420 square feet of community facility artist workspace
  • LEED Gold Certified
  • Resident Amenities: communal gym, children’s playroom, terrace, and on-site bicycle storage

Featured Project:

Joe Central Brooklyn

JOE Central Brooklyn

JOE Central Brooklyn is being developed by the Joint Ownership Entity New York City (JOE NYC), a consortium of local non-profits that includes St. Nicks Alliance, IMPACCT Brooklyn, Bridge Street Development Corporation, and Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration. This scattered-site preservation effort involves the rehabilitation of 513 affordable homes, plus 11 superintendents’ units, across 87 buildings serving very low- and low-income households in the Bedford-Stuyvesant, Clinton Hill, and Brownsville sections of Brooklyn.

Financed under HDC and HPD’s Preservation program, the apartments and buildings will receive a range of capital repairs and tenant-in-place improvements, in addition to 67 years of guaranteed affordability. The financing also supported environmental remediation at 18 buildings and solar panels on all 28 of the buildings on which it was feasible.

Project Highlights

  • 77 units reserved for formerly homeless households
  • 17 ground-level retail commercial tenants
  • 2 community facility spaces

Investing in Our

HDC facilitates investments in New York City communities that help to strengthen and bring greater opportunity to neighborhoods through the development of affordable housing.

Investing in Our Communities

HDC facilitates investments in our communities that help to strengthen and bring greater opportunity to New York City neighborhoods through the issuance of multi-family housing revenue bonds coupled with the deployment of low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC) and other funding.

In 2019, HDC issued a record $2.1 billion in bonds and debt obligations, which along with other dedicated capital from the Corporation, provides the critical low-cost financing needed to support the development of affordable housing across the city.

HDC Ranked Among Top Issuers in its Class

EFB Award - 2019 Winner

With a long history of being ranked among the top issuers of multi-family housing bonds, in 2019 HDC rose to the 21st spot on The Bond Buyer’s annual Top 25 Municipal Bond Issuers list in recognition of our prior year’s $1.8 billion in annual bond issuance activity.

This year, HDC was also the recipient of the Environmental Finance Sustainability Bond of the Year Award for our $625 million June 2018 issuance, which resulted in the financing of approximately 2,760 units towards the Housing New York plan.

“Sustainable Neighborhood Bonds are an important opportunity for investors seeking to make socially impactful investments and critical for bringing investment into our city’s neighborhoods to benefit some of the most vulnerable New Yorkers.”

Richard Froehlich, HDC First EVP and COO

HDC 2019 Bond Financing

  • $2.1 Billion in bonds issued for CY2019
  • $771 million in private activity bond volume cap deployed
  • Leveraged more than $831 million in LIHTC equity

Featured Project:

Second Farms

Second Farms

One of the projects made possible under HDC’s award-winning June 2018 issuance is Second Farms. In June of 2019, HDC joined our partners at a mid-construction celebration of this 319-unit mixed-use, new construction project located in the West Farms section of the Bronx. Second Farms was developed under HDC and HPD’s ELLA program by the New York Institute of Human Development, an affiliate of Catholic Charities of The Archdiocese of New York. Apartments at Second Farms will be affordable to low- and moderate-income households, with 32 units reserved for formerly homeless households.

Project Highlights

  • 319 affordable homes
  • 32 units reserved for formerly homeless households
  • 11,000 square feet of commercial space
  • 9,000 square feet of community facility space
  • 78 permanently affordable homes apartments
  • Resident amenities: community room, outdoor space, and indoor bike storage

Developing Our

HDC continues to foster the development of more dynamic and affordable neighborhoods with the help of our partners across the government, nonprofit and private sectors.

Developing Our Neighborhoods

HDC continues to foster the development of more dynamic and affordable neighborhoods with the help of our partners across the government, nonprofit and private sectors.

To further these efforts, HDC closed financing on the new construction or preservation of 35 affordable housing developments under the Housing New York 2.0 plan in 2019. Comprising more than 10,400 homes across the city, the projects financed this year will provide enough housing for more than 26,000 New Yorkers. HDC closed five additional transactions in 2019, providing supplementary funding to support the acquisition, development, or preservation of another 1,738 homes.

“As this city grows, we have to make sure that New Yorkers can grow along with it. Recognizing the staying power that affordable housing provides New Yorkers is central to achieving that goal.”

Louise Carroll, HPD Commissioner and HDC Chair

HDC 2019 Production under Housing New York

  • 6,456 Newly Constructed Homes
  • 3,990 Homes Preserved
  • Approximately 26,000 New Yorkers served

Featured Project:

Caton Flats

Caton Flats

The 14-story Caton Flats development was financed under HDC and HPD’s Mixed-Middle Income (M2) program and will provide 254 affordable homes to individuals and families across the income spectrum—from very low- and low-income to more moderate- and middle-income households. This dynamic, mixed-use project will also serve as the new permanent home of the revitalized Flatbush Caton Market, a longtime destination of Caribbean commerce and culture in New York City. In addition, community facility space at Caton Flats will be the new headquarters for the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Project Highlights

  • 254 Affordable Homes
  • 115 Permanently Affordable Homes
  • More than 9,000 square feet of commercial space
  • More than 5,000 square feet of community facility space
  • 16,000 square feet of space for the revitalized Flatbush Caton Market

Featured Project:

Reinvesting in Mitchell-Lamas

HDC & Mitchell-Lama Reinvestment Program Recognized for Housing Policy Leadership

HDC was the proud recipient of the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) prestigious 2019 Larson Housing Policy Leadership award for our work under the Mitchell-Lama Reinvestment Program (MLRP). Through MLRP, HDC rapidly deploys new capital to provide low-cost, long-term financing to make possible much-needed capital repairs and lock-in the affordability of some of the last remaining Mitchell-Lama developments across New York City.

2019 MLRP Highlights

  • 4 Mitchell-Lama developments preserved
  • 2,600 affordable homes secured
  • Approximately 6,500 New Yorkers served

Featured Project:

1199 PLAZA

1199 Plaza

1199 Plaza is one of the developments financed this year under the award-winning Mitchell-Lama Reinvestment Program. This large-scale project has been in HDC’s portfolio since the 1970s and involves the moderate rehabilitation of four, 31-story cooperative buildings comprising a total of 1,594 apartments located in the East Harlem section of Manhattan. Residents of 1199 Plaza will benefit from repair of building facades, plumbing and electrical upgrades as well as extensive work to the project balconies in addition to 21 years of extended affordability through 2056.

Project Highlights

  • 1,594 Affordable Homes
  • Approximately 4,000 New Yorkers served
  • 21 years of extended affordability

“Through the Mitchell-Lama Reinvestment Program program, we are securing a significant source of affordable homeownership and rental opportunities, enabling critical project repairs and locking in affordability for the next generation of New Yorkers.”

Anthony Richardson, HDC Executive Vice President for Development

Helping New Yorkers
Find Housing

HDC helps New Yorkers find affordable apartments that meet their needs through an extensive marketing process and is always working to improve access to housing opportunities.

Helping New Yorkers Find Housing

The NYC Housing Connect lottery system helps New Yorkers access the many affordable housing opportunities marketed by HDC and HPD in coordination with our property owner and management partners.

In 2019, HDC helped to successfully process applications for more than 2,500 apartments across 17 developments on the Housing Connect system. The ever-pressing need for housing in our city was demonstrated by the more than 1 million applications received this year. In all, HDC helped approximately 6,250 New Yorkers access high-quality affordable homes through Housing Connect in 2019. In addition to the units that go through the City’s lottery process, HDC partners with various City agencies in placing residents in apartments set aside for our most vulnerable populations, including persons with disabilities, seniors, and the formerly homeless.

“I always apply for buildings on the Housing Connect website. And then one day BOOM! They sent me the message saying I’d been selected for an interview. And the interview was easy also!”

Harona, The Bronx


Housing Connect Guidelines Expanded

New Guidelines Issued in 2019 Make It Easier to Qualify for Affordable Housing

In August, HDC joined HPD to announce updates to the Housing Connect lottery application process that would significantly improve access to housing for New York’s most vulnerable households. Expanded guidelines included reducing the impact of negative credit history on an applicant’s ability to qualify for housing, lowering burdensome credit check fees, and broadening occupancy standards so more people in need can now obtain a safe and secure home they can afford.

“These significant policy updates build upon our ongoing efforts to make New York a more equitable place to live. By addressing the challenges many low-income New Yorkers face in finding housing, we are creating more options for those in need of an affordable home.”

Eric Enderlin, HDC President

“We will continue to challenge the practices that have perpetuated inequality and injustice for decades. These new changes are moving the needle toward our goal to make New York the fairest big city in the country.”

Louise Carroll, HPD Commissioner Chair

Featured Project:

The Gilbert

The Gilbert

The Gilbert on First is a 153-unit new construction project financed under HDC and HPD’s Mix & Match program located in the East Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan. Apartments at this transit-oriented development serve individuals and families from a wide range of incomes—from extremely low-, low- and very low-, to more moderate and middle income households. In addition, eight of the units will be set aside for Project Based Section 8 voucher holders that are available to households on the NYCHA waitlist. Built with resiliency in mind, The Gilbert is raised over six feet from the ground in adherence with flood protection guidelines. The Gilbert received a record number of applications, with more than 110,000 applications submitted for its lottery which ended in June 2019.

Project Highlights

  • 153 Affordable Homes
  • 55-years of guaranteed affordability
  • Resilient to our changing climate
  • Transit-oriented
  • Amenities include laundry room, bike room, outdoor terrace, a community room and garden.

Residents Home

As we take our projects from financing to completion, HDC’s ultimate goal is to welcome New Yorkers home to secure, high-quality housing they can afford.

Welcoming Residents

As we work to take an affordable housing project from financing to completion, HDC’s ultimate goal is to provide New Yorkers with secure, high-quality housing they can afford.

Once the construction phase comes to a close and buildings are ready for occupancy, HDC works closely with property owners and management teams as they start welcoming residents to their new homes. This year, HDC was proud to join our partners to celebrate the completion of developments like Stonewall House in Brooklyn and One Flushing in Queens, where residents moved into brand new affordable apartments—which for some would be their first long-term and secure home environment.

“Getting to live here is a dream come true. I am so excited to move into this building and be part of a community that is LGBT-friendly. I was born and bred in Brooklyn and coming back to the area is like coming home.”

Diedra, Stonewall House resident

Featured Project:


New York’s First LGBTQ-Friendly Affordable Elder Housing Opens in Fort Green

Stonewall House is the nation’s largest LGBTQ-friendly affordable senior housing development and the first of its kind in New York State. Serving 145 low-income and formerly homeless elder households in an inclusive and supportive environment, this newly constructed development is located on formerly vacant land at NYCHA’s Ingersoll Houses in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn. Stonewall House was financed under HDC and HPD’s ELLA program and HPD’s SARA and Inclusionary Housing programs, with a preference for formerly homeless seniors and senior residents on NYCHA’s waitlist.

SAGE, the world’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of LGBT elder people, will operate the SAGE Center Brooklyn, a 7,000 square-foot state of the art community center located onsite on the ground floor that offers health and cultural programs, meal service, and a computer lab with digital literacy courses. The building also features energy efficienct design with rooftop solar panels and amenities including a storage room, bike room, laundry room, and two outdoor decks.

HDC joined our project partners in December 2019 to welcome senior residents to their new homes at Stonewall House, a fitting tribute for this year’s 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising.

Project Highlights

  • 145 Affordable Homes for low-income seniors
  • 37 units reserved for formerly homeless seniors
  • 7,000 square-foot state-of-the-art senior center operated by SAGE

Featured Project:

One Flushing

One Flushing Creates Intergenerational Transit-Oriented Housing in Downtown Flushing

In February 2019 HDC joined our partners, new residents, and the community to celebrate the completion of One Flushing, an innovative intergenerational affordable housing development situated at a transit hub in the heart of Downtown Flushing, Queens. Developed on formerly City-owned land in coordination with two nonprofit community organizations, Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) and the Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee (HANAC), One Flushing was financed under HDC and HPD’s Mix & Match program and includes 231 apartments serving a mix of low- and moderate-income households, including 66 units dedicated to very low-income seniors. On-site supportive services provided by AAFE are available to residents and the larger community.

One Flushing fosters economic growth in the community with retail space for local Flushing businesses and community facility space for the AAFE Care Senior Center, offices for immigrant and social services, and Renaissance Economic Development Corp, which offers low-interest loans and training to immigrant entrepreneurs. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, children’s playroom, gym, landscaped rooftop terraces and a rooftop farm, with programming coordinated by GrowNYC and building residents. The roof features a 134kW solar array, one of the largest in any multi-family project.

One Flushing is the first project to go through the MIH application process, resulting in 83 permanently affordable units, with an additional 34 units affordable in perpetuity as the result of HPD providing subsidy toward the MIH units.

Project Highlights

  • 231 affordable intergenerational homes
  • 22,000 square feet of retail space
  • 15,000 square feet of community facility space


Expanding Our Reach Through Partnership

As we broaden our reach through new creative partnerships, HDC remains committed to fostering the growth of more diverse and equitable communities.


Expanding Our Reach Through

This was another successful year for affordable housing that will serve countless residents of our great city and the communities in which they live. Together, we have made significant strides in creating and preserving high quality housing affordable to low- and moderate-income New Yorkers, thanks to the immeasurable efforts of our partners and the dedication of the entire team at HDC.

Looking ahead, as we continue to work closely with HPD to support the creation and preservation of affordable housing, HDC will be expanding our mission as we partner with the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) to help protect our City’s public housing under the NYCHA 2.0 PACT plan.

Whether we are delivering on our commitment to create and preserve affordable housing under Housing New York or broadening our reach to ensure the longevity of our city’s public housing stock under PACT, HDC remains at the forefront of ongoing city-wide efforts to foster the growth of more diverse and equitable communities for New Yorkers today and for generations to come.

“I am so proud of all that we have been able to achieve together in partnership to make sure New York remains a city for everyone. I look forward to the impactful work that lies ahead to create more opportunities for current and future generations of New Yorkers under both the Housing New York 2.0 plan and now the NYCHA 2.0 PACT plan.”

Eric Enderlin, HDC President

Looking Ahead:


HDC Steps-Up as Financing Partner on NYCHA PACT 2.0 Plan

The PACT program, which stands for Permanent Affordability Commitment Together, harnesses effective public-private partnerships and stable funding streams to improve quality of life for NYCHA residents, while ensuring tenant rights and protections are in place, and public control of this precious resource is maintained.

As a key partner on PACT, HDC is responsible for structuring the financing of each transaction and maintaining responsibility for the long-term asset management of the properties.

HDC ended the year taking an important first step towards fulfilling this new mission when HDC’s Board authorized the very first Housing Impact Bonds which will serve as a critical tool to finance the preservation of housing under the plan.

NYCHA 2.0 PACT Plan:

  • 62,000 apartments to receive renovations
  • Serving roughly 142,000 NYCHA residents over 10 years
  • Building infrastructure and common area repairs
  • Restricted rents capped at 30% of income
  • Permanent affordability via Section 8 contracts
  • Continued public control under NYCHA ownership

“These are the kind of top-to-bottom renovations NYCHA residents have waited decades to see. They will make an enormous difference in the lives of New Yorkers who call NYCHA home and make up the backbone of our neighborhoods. With new leadership, new resources and new programs, we are going to deliver the change NYCHA residents deserve.”

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio


Leadership & Staff

Governing Board

Louise Carroll Louise Carroll Commissioner New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, Chairperson / Member ex-officio

Eric Enderlin Harry E. Gould, Jr. Vice Chairperson/ Member

Eric Enderlin Melanie Hartzog Member ex-officio

Eric Enderlin Jacques Jiha, Ph.D. Member ex-officio

Kyle Kimball Kyle Kimball Member, Mayoral Appointee

Charles G. Moerdler Charles G. Moerdler Member, Gubernatorial Appointee

Denise Scott Denise Scott Member, Gubernatorial Appointee

Executive Leadership

Eric Enderlin Eric Enderlin President

Richard M. Froehlich Richard M. Froehlich First Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer

Anthony Richardson Anthony Richardson Executive Vice President for Development

Cathleen A. Baumann Cathleen A. Baumann Senior Vice President & Treasurer

Ellen K. Duffy Ellen K. Duffy Senior Vice President
for Debt Issuance & Finance

Teresa Gigliello Teresa Gigliello Senior Vice President, Portfolio Management & EVP, REMIC

Susannah Lipsyte Susannah Lipsyte Senior Vice President & General Counsel

Ruth Moreira Ruth Moreira Senior Vice President for Development

 Jim Quinlivan Senior Vice President of Administration & Chief of Staff

Governing Board and Leadership as of December 31, 2019

Our Dedicated Staff as of December 31, 2019

Abass, Rowan
Anderson, Molly
Antao, Michelle
Aponte, Lydia
Bamba, Massandje
Barkan, Melissa
Bascom, Polly
Baumann, Cathleen
Baumann, Linda
Bazov, Emanuel
Beamish, Jennifer
Belic, Denis
Blitzer, Hannah
Bojceniuk, Helen
Bricken-McCloskey, Lois
Brown, Claudine
Brown, Geraldine
Bruch, Mary
Burress, Stacey
Byrd, William
Cackler, Paul
Capobianco, Ana
Capperis, Sean
Carpio, Maria
Chambers-Washington, Lisa
Chang, Iris
Chen-Wong, Samantha
Choi, Ping
Choudhury, Farhana
Clarke, Christina
Cocker, Farina
Connelly, Daniel
Cuascut, Cassandra
Das, Antara
Degroot, Cory
Deignan-Wolf, Nancy
DeSantos, Jonathan
Dharaneeswaran, Venkatapathi
Duffy, Ellen
Dugue, Clarissa
Duncan, Jonathan
Duneghy, Anna
Edwards, Denita
Enderlin, Eric
Espinal, Veronica
Fleesler, Faith
Forero, Nicole
French, Chanin
Froehlich, Richard
Frolov, Nataliya
Fung, Serena
Gabriel, Ryan
Gallagher, Buoy
Garcia, Norman
Garcia, Samantha
Geary, Lisa
Gigliello, Teresa
Glaser, Alison
Glenn, Yvonne
Greene, Horace
Greene, Wendell
Griffith, Erika
Guglietta, Vincent
Guillermo, Angela
Gustave, Jermal
Haigood, Celina
Henry, Sylvia
Hoang, Anyu
Holiday, Debra
Hom, Mary
Hu, Yan Ling
Ignatiou, Steven
Iiams, Sheila
Islam, Mohammed
Jiles, Leroi
John, Mary
Jones III, Calvin
Kendrick, Darryl
Khan, Semy
Kimball, Denise
King, Adam
Kintali, Seshagiri
Kulkarni, Madhavi
Lad, Kaushikkumar
Lam, Chiang
Lara, Joseph
Lasalle, Israel
Lau, Delia
Lau, Jackie
Likky, Rajavardhan
Lin, Tinru
Lipsyte, Susannah
Logozzo, Josephine
Luu, Uyen
Lynch, Richard
Macaluso, Joseph
Mahmud, Mohammad
Martinez, Carlos
Martinez, Sylvia
Mathew, Justin
Mavronicolas, Stephanie
Mbyeti, Irma
McGregor, Malcolm
Mckee, Michael
Medina, Alejandro
Medina, Sonia
Mendez, Sandra
Meza, Ana
Micalizzi, Carol
Mischiu, David
Mok, Xiao Min
Moore, Kevin
Moreira, Ruth
Morrison, Joan
Mosely, Lakisha
Moyer, Ilana
Nessa, Syeda
Ogoke, Patrick
Oldak, Yaffa
O'Neill, Susan
Ostergaard, Trisha
Pelham, Paris
Perry, Chantay
Piekarski, Thaddeus
Pierre-Antoine, Juliet
Pimentel, Jacqueline
Poarangan, Johanes
Pollack, Adam
Pugacz, Diane
Quinlivan, James
Reynolds, Aileen
Richardson, Anthony
Riddick, Asia
Rivera, Catherine
Rivera, Jose
Roberty, Violine
Rohlfing, Elizabeth
Rose, Michael
Salacheep, Sithichai
Salomon, Marlene
Sandy, Fiana
Sanna, Robert
Santiago, Karen
Santiago, Sylvia
Saranga, Neil
Saunders, Mary
Scarlett, Betty
Schmidt, Robert
Schray, Luke
Schwartz, Frieda
Segura, Janis
Shyti, Adelina
Sivaprakasam, Manimegalai
Skeados, Moira
Small, Tiffany
Sprung, Bonnie
Stewart, Kenton
Stockburger, Kyle
Stone, Jeffrey
Stoneham, Brandon
Strojan, Elizabeth
Stroman, Kim
Tafuro, Giacomo
Taylor, Shirell
Todman, Paulette
Tso, Susan
Urban, Merin
Valentino, Jessica
Vialva Russell, Ruth
Wade, Rayshel
Waller, Patricia
Wang, Mei Ping
Wertheimer, Lisa
Wertman, Clarissa
Williams, Zinzi
Wilson, Mica
Wong, Soon Chi
Yankopoulos, James
Yee, Eugene
Yee, Henry
Yeung, Wai Yin
Yiu, Annie
Yu, Cheuk
Yu, Ian Francis
Zaman, Mohammad