McCormack Baron Salazar Names Ethan Daniels as Vice President, Finance; Jerry Johnson as Associate Project Manager
McCormack Baron Salazar (MBS) is pleased to announce that Ethan Daniels has been named Vice President, Finance; and Jerry Johnson has been named Associate Project Manager. Daniels and Johnson each will be based in San Francisco and focus primarily on West Coast developments, in California and also in the Pacific Northwest.
Daniels brings nine years experience in the affordable housing industry to MBS. At MBS, he will maintain a significant portfolio of development projects and work closely with project managers as each project progresses. Daniels previously was a Senior Project Manager at EAH Inc., where he oversaw eight projects totaling $200 million. Prior to joining EAH, Inc., he worked at Hui Kauhale, Inc., as Director and Vice President, where he oversaw affordable housing portfolios of nearly 2,000 units across more than 20 properties.
Daniels holds a Master’s Degree in City and Regional Planning from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design from the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO.
“We look forward to Ethan growing and furthering our efforts to build more mixed income housing in California and the Northwest,” said Vincent R. Bennett, President, McCormack Baron Salazar. “His expertise in affordable housing finance will be invaluable as we move forward with several exciting projects.”
Johnson will assist in the development of transformative mixed-income, mixed-use and transit-oriented communities in the San Francisco Bay area. Johnson comes to MBS from Treasure Island Development Group, where he held the position of Project Administrator. Prior to joining Treasure Island Development Group, he worked for the Office of Mayor London N. Breed, San Francisco, where he held the position of HOPE SF Mayoral Fellow, Community Development.
Johnson holds a Bachelor of Arts in Black Studies and an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
“Jerry brings a wealth of experience in affordable housing project management to MBS,” Bennett said. “We look forward to his expertise in the areas of affordable housing, transportation and community development.”