Gloria guerrero-executive director

(503) 961-6401    gguerrero@haciendacdc.org

Gloria Guerrero joins Hacienda CDC in July 2016 as our new Executive Director, helping lead Hacienda during our next chapter of growth and continued service as one of Oregon’s largest Latino-serving organizations.

Gloria Guerrero is a nationally recognized leader in the field of Community Economic Development specializing in helping communities of color gain access to capital and technical assistance to build community and individual wealth. She was an early organizer and founder of the National Association of Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB), a collaboration of Latino led CDC’s and CDFI’s, and went on to earn a reputation as a highly regarded leader in the evolution of CDCs in the U.S.  She was one of the first Latina directors of a Community Development Finance Institution, providing loans and technical assistance to a variety of community based non-profits serving very low income communities along the Texas/Mexico border. Over her career she has facilitated capital formation for developments serving low to moderate-income communities in Arizona, Texas, California, Minnesota and New Mexico.

Awards and recognition of her work include being selected as a Jim Johnson Fellow in 2000. Throughout her career she has served on numerous boards and advisory committees including the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, New Markets Tax Credit Coalition, the Neighborhood Funders Group, the Calvert Social Investment Advisory Committee, and the National Low Income Housing Coalition.


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barbara alexander- Chief financial officer

(503) 961-6408     balexander@haciendacdc.org

Barbara has been with Hacienda since June 2014. She started her career at Price Waterhouse in the San Jose (Silicon Valley) office. After 5 years there, she spent 5 more years as Assistant Controller at a semiconductor manufacturer before she and her family moved to Oregon. She worked at a local CPA firm in Corvallis for 11 years while raising her 4 children, devoting a large percentage of her time to working with not-for-profit businesses. Since 2001 she has led the finance departments of Benton Habitat for Humanity, Community Outreach Inc, and Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services, all in Corvallis. The unique nature of the latter, a community development corporation like Hacienda CDC, captured her interest and she was happy to discover Hacienda was looking for a CFO as she was looking to fulfill a long-term goal of working in Portland. She is now very happy to be part of Hacienda's exciting future. Barbara holds a Bachelor's degree from Santa Clara University, and is a CPA licensed in the State of Oregon. She spends most of her free time traveling with her husband and keeping up with her grown children.


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martha caballero- office manager

(503) 961-6416     mcaballero@haciendacdc.org

Martha started her journey with Hacienda in November 2014.  Prior to relocating to California, she worked for Volunteers of America and Virginia Garcia Medical Center.  While in the Central Valley of Sunny California, she was a Manager for the Housing Authorities of the City and County of Fresno; defined by Housing Urban Development as a very large Public Housing Authority.  During her tenure with Authority, she specialized in the development and management of federal grants, designed to provide affordable housing for the low-income and the development and management of human resources.  She enjoys administering federal regulations, organizational structure/leadership and developing policy. Upon relocating back to the Portland Metro area, she was drawn to several employment offerings.  However, the mission of Hacienda CDC captured her interest.  She is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), Portland Human Resource Management (PHRM) and is a certified Public Housing Manager through the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Organization.  On her spare time, she enjoys being in the midst of nature, photography and reading.  


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gena hafdahl- sENIOR ACCOUNTANT

(503) 961-6403    ghafdahl@haciendacdc.org

Gena joined Hacienda in March 2014. Prior to coming to Hacienda, she worked as an associate for a local CPA firm where she performed audits for a variety of entities. Gena soon realized that her passion was in the nonprofit arena, and quickly found a home at Hacienda. Her position is split between the Accounting Department and the Asset Management Department. She enjoys exploring the opportunities offered by this unique position. Gena recently earned her post-baccalaureate accounting certificate from Portland State University and plans to sit for the CPA exam in 2015.  Gena was promoted to Senior Account in July 2015.  Great Job Gena!


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KArla sanchez sotomayor- staff accountant

Karla was born in Lima, Peru, and moved to the United States when she was thirteen years old. When she came to the U.S. she didn’t speak any English and had difficulty communicating. Besides the language barrier, she also had to become accustomed to the new culture, as well as leaving behind her family in Peru. These challenges did not stop Karla from pursuing her dreams, and she was able to obtain a degree and become the first in her family to graduate.

Karla graduated from Portland State University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Accounting and Finance. Karla joined Hacienda in March 2016 as the new staff accountant.  Prior to Hacienda, Karla worked at a local Latina owned marketing agency as the administrative accountant. She also worked at a local tax preparation office as a bookkeeper/payroll specialist. In her free time, Karla enjoys going to the movies, salsa dancing, playing minor percussion instruments and volunteering to organize events that bring together her Latin Culture.

Karla is planning to sit for her CPA exam in summer 2017.


janet quiroz- Executive admin assistant

(503) 595-2111      jquiroz@haciendacdc.org

Born in Hood River, OR and raised in The Dalles, OR,  Janet joined Hacienda CDC in May 2015. Janet attended the University of Oregon where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Public Policy and Management. During her time at the UO, Janet was actively involved on campus working as an Outreach and Publicity Coordinator with the Multicultural Center and volunteer Campus Organizer with the Oregon Student Association where she conducted campus -community outreach, policy research including tuition equity, higher education funding and youth voter outreach. Prior to Hacienda CDC, Janet joined the Oregon Measure 88’s Campaign Field Operations Team with CAUSA in support of granting undocumented citizens with driving privileges.  With an extensive background in volunteering for multiple nonprofits in Oregon and working with Latino community leaders, Janet is passionate about serving the Latino Community and helping others succeed. Janet is happy to be a part of community development corporation like Hacienda CDC that is growing and that strives to have a positive impact on the lives of the community it serves. During her spare time Janet enjoys hiking, dancing, painting and spending quality time with friends and family. 


Courtney Trezise- Fund Development Coordinator

(503) 961-6409     ctrezise@haciendacdc.org

Courtney came to Hacienda in August 2010 as part of the AmeriCorps VISTA program.  She supports Hacienda's efforts in fund development, mainly through grant writing and reaching out to the community through the web site and other media.  She enjoys being able to support Hacienda's important work in the Latino community.  Courtney graduated from Michigan State University in spring of 2010 with B.A.s in International Relations and Spanish, having had the opportunity to study in Valencia, Spain for a semester.  She has worked for the Department of Commerce in Washington, DC and first entered the non-profit world as a researcher at the Michigan Public Health Institute.  This is her first time living in the Pacific Northwest and she still gets excited when it's clear enough to see Mt. Hood.  Outside of work Courtney enjoys football and fútbol, playing the piano, and being outdoors.


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Kristin nash- administrative assistant/receptionist

(503) 961-6423     knash@haciendacdc.org

Born and bred Oregonian, growing up in the Milwaukie area, Kristin comes to Hacienda after a 5yr stint with the Oregon Employment Dept. where she assisted claimants filing and understanding their complex unemployment claims.  She enjoys feeling helpful and giving back to the community and appreciates the core values Hacienda represents.  In the past, Kristin has done volunteer work with the Humane Society and performed missionary work with her church in Tijuana, where they built a new home for a local pastor.  She is married and has a handsome son with special needs.  In her free time, Kristin enjoys camping, swimming, hiking, kayaking, dirtbike riding and loves to write fiction, recently completing her first novel.