Matt Truman, Executive Director
Matt Truman is responsible for the overall management of 21 staff members, an annual budget of $5.2 million and HACPFC housing programs that serve more than 1,200 residents. Mr. Truman graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Finance and Accounting. With more than two decades of successful business experience Matt worked for a variety of diverse companies such as Amazon and Tri-City Community Health. His vast experience includes working for public, private and non-profit entities. In his personal time Matt has volunteered many years with the Pasco Little League baseball, AAU and City League Basketball, and the Boy Scouts of America. Matt is passionate about providing clean affordable housing to our Veterans, Elderly, and needy families.
Kimberly Katalenich, Finance Director
Ms. Katalenich is responsible for the efficient and effective financial control and operation of the agency including internal control management, management information systems, grants monitoring, and procurement. She manages the daily operations of the finance department including cash flow, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, and general ledger. She produces monthly and annual financial statements and prepares annual budgets for the authority’s Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8), and Affordable Apartments programs as well as the Central Office Cost Center and a property management contract. Her experience includes public and non-profit accounting, cost accounting, capital project management, program compliance, and corporate reporting.
Brett Sanders, Public Housing Manager – Director of Maintenance/Capital Fund
Mr. Sanders directs overall maintenance operations to include work order assignment and vacancy repair scheduling for HACPFC’s 280 Public Housing units, 68 Affordable Apartments, and adjacent grounds in accordance with Housing Authority policies, City Code Standards, and HUD guidelines and requirements. He is also responsible for the administration of HUD’s Public Housing Modernization Program under Capital Fund guidelines. He ensures optimum effectiveness and efficiency of all agency vehicles, materials and repair activities and is responsible for inspection of all HACPFC properties and grounds, as well as all purchases and inventory control. Mr. Sanders supervises a staff that includes Maintenance Mechanics and Repairers, a Maintenance Assistant, and seasonal laborers.
Maggie Gonzales – Housing Services Director
Maggie joined HACPFC in 2016 as a Housing Specialist with more than 25 years of experience in the housing industry in the Tri-Cities area. Her professional background includes working as a property manager and administering both conventional and HUD subsidized housing rental programs. She administers the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV or Section 8), Public Housing, and Affordable Apartment/Local Unit programs in accordance with HUD, and Washington State Landlord/Tenant Law regulations and policies. Maggie monitors and coordinates staff to maintain an occupancy rate of 97% or above and assures compliance with program policies and regulations. Additional responsibilities range from supervising the Housing Specialists and the Intake & Eligibility Specialist, preparing monthly and annual program utilization reports, and reporting aspects regarding housing programs – including the correlation of statistical data for HUD submission. Her certifications include HCV and Public Housing Rent Calculation, HCV Housing Quality Standards, and Family Self-Sufficiency.