Sean Carpenter is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Shamrock Development Associates, Inc. Shamrock is a full scale development, consulting, public relations, corporate marketing, and asset/ property management firms. His knowledge of public programs has brought him to teaching opportunities to share his insight throughout the United States.
Sean began his career in real estate as an Acquisitions Officer for a national Low Income Housing Tax Credit syndicator, working on LIHTC transactions in the Southeastern and Northeastern regions of the United States. Additionally, he was an Asset Manager at Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency where he maintained a portfolio of federally subsidized properties by conducting annual inspections, regular financial and rent increase analyses, and participated in workout and recapitalization strategies. Most recently, Sean has served as a Project Manager with a national development company focusing on the preservation of expiring use affordable housing. Mr. Carpenter was also on the staff of a Massachusetts State Senator working with constituents on a wide variety of public policy issues.
Sean is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth where he holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. Additionally, he holds a Certificate of Real Estate Finance from Boston University. He has previously served on the University Of Massachusetts Board Of Trustees, Southeastern Massachusetts University Building Authority. Additionally he serves a number of businesses, organizations and not-for profit agencies in an advisory, financial, organizational and business management role. His community involvement includes serving as a Representative Town Meeting Member and a call/volunteer firefighter, and various community boards in the Town of Auburn, MA. Mr. Carpenter is also a member of the Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity and a published author.
St. Mary’s Housing Corporation
Sage Housing, Inc.
Major David Brodeur Memorial Foundation
Hanlin International Charter School
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