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CATCH and its subsidiaries are supported by a dedicated team of professionals

whose mission is to support our organization, our communities and our residents. 

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Tom Furtado

President and CEO

Tom serves as CATCH's President and CEO. He is responsible for the overall operations and management of CATCH Neighborhood Housing, Alliance Asset Management, and Impact Development Associates. 


Tom joined the team in February 2017 when he was hired as CATCH's Senior Vice President, Director of Real Estate Development and Asset Management. Tom brings over 25 years of experience in finance and real estate knowledge from working for various companies across Southern New England. 


Tom and his family call central NH home.

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Alex Panagiotakos

Vice President and Director of Real Estate and Asset Management

Alex serves as the Director of Real Estate and Asset Management. In that role, she is responsible for new project development, construction, and financing as well as managing CATCH’s existing Real Estate Portfolio to ensure viable, permanently affordable housing. 


Alex originally joined CATCH in late 2013 with over 20 years of financial experience. She previously managed CATCH's  portfolio and supported technology and innovation. Currently, she is enrolled in the National Development Council’s Rental Housing Development Finance Professional Certification track and serves on the Board of Directors for the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness.


Alex and her family call southern NH home.

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Dale Heon

Chief Financial Officer

Dale serves as the Chief Financial Officer. In that role, he is responsible for oversight and management of CATCH's accounting and finance functions.


Dale joined the organization in spring 2022.  He brings over 30 years of Accounting and Finance experience after serving in leadership roles in other community-based non-profits as well as for-profit organizations.


A lifelong NH resident, Dale continues to call the state home.

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