Bio

Erica Khatchadourian Erica Khatchadourian Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Khatchadourian is the Chief Financial Officer for the HIT. Ms. Khatchadourian has over 30 years of experience in accounting for financial transactions, general and personnel management and policy development. As Chief Financial Officer, she is responsible for managing the financial, human resource, administrative and information technology functions of the HIT. This includes ensuring financial integrity ,accounting for financial transactions, developing, monitoring and reporting on the HIT’s annual budget, risk management, overseeing the relationship with the document custodian, fund accountant and transfer agent and setting company policies and procedures. Ms. Khatchadourian is also involved with compliance with SEC regulations, ensuring the HIT’s information systems are current and stable and managing the human resource function. Currently, Ms. Khatchadourian chairs the HIT’s Valuation, Investment, Cybersecurity and Human Resource Committees.

Ms. Khatchadourian previously served as the HIT’s Executive Vice President – Finance & Administration, Controller, Chief of Staff, Director of Operations and Budget Manager. Prior to joining the HIT in 1993, Ms. Khatchadourian was a Senior Consultant with Price Waterhouse, where she participated in the financial audits and other consulting engagements of the Federal Housing Administration, the Government National Mortgage Association and Housing and Urban Development as a consolidated entity.

In addition, Ms. Khatchadourian serves on both the Finance and Governance committees of the Arlington Partnership of Affordable Housing (APAH) a nonprofit affordable housing developer. She also serves on the Corporate Advisory Board of So Other’s May Eat (SOME), a DC based non-profit that exists to help the homeless and underserved community of our nation’s capital.

Ms. Khatchadourian has a Bachelor of Accountancy from The George Washington University and previously held a Certified Public Accountant certificate through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.