Executive Leadership

Executive Director

Serving as the Executive Director of Rainbow Housing Assistance Corporation (Rainbow), President and Executive Director of Equality Community Housing Corporation, and President and Chairman of the Board of Placet Development Corporation, Ms. Flynann Janisse (“Flyn”) supports the national operations of an award-winning Resident Services Division of Rainbow and the asset management for an extensive affordable housing portfolio. Prior to joining Rainbow, Ms. Janisse served as Director of Property Management at Community Services of Arizona, a fully-integrated management company specializing in the management of multifamily, service-enriched affordable housing. Ms. Janisse has extensive experience in managing market rate (REIT), Section 42 Tax Credit, Project Section 8, and HUD and RD-financed housing communities. As an Advisory Board member for Novogradac’s Journal of Tax Credits, Ms. Janisse is honored to provide industry knowledge through publications reaching over 45,000 readers and to serve as a judge for their industry Development of Distinction Awards at the Tax Credit Developers Conference recognizing excellence and ingenuity in the development of tax credit projects across the country using the LIHTC program. With 27 years of experience in asset management with an emphasis on the development and implementation of social service programs for service-enriched affordable housing, she has assembled a team of professionals to serve the mission of Rainbow with integrity and passion.

Director of Business Development and Media

Mr. Walker brings a decade’s worth of business management experience to Rainbow. Prior to joining, he led an effort that expanded a web services product into seven countries for a Fortune 500 company. He also brings to bear extensive expertise in marketing techniques and media management having organized national acquisition campaigns as well as coordinating media events with elected officials and CEOs. Additionally, Mr. Walker remains engaged in our nation’s political landscape and legislative affairs. His political portfolio includes working for elected officials on both state and federal levels, campaign advance logistics, and being appointed to serve as vice-chair of technology during an election cycle. Mr. Walker holds an MBA from Regis University.

Director of National Community Outreach and Business Relations

Ms. Nash brings 10 years of community outreach and business relations experience to Rainbow. Skills in the management of human resources functions and developing management teams through hiring and training will add value to her position . While sitting on several nonprofit boards, she spearheaded grassroots community fundraising efforts in Tucson, Arizona that totaled nearly $1 million dollars in the last six years to aid youth sports groups, educational groups, and health and wellness groups. She understands that the well-being of the least fortunate in our community impacts the well-being of our entire community and reflects who we are as a society. Ms. Nash received a Bachelor of Science in Family Studies from the University of Arizona. Her multicultural background and focus on community collaboration has led her to a number of volunteer opportunities and community leadership roles. In 2010, she was named to the Arizona Daily Stars 40 under 40. In 2011, she was named by The Vanguard, Top 25 Most Influential African Americans in Southern Arizona. In 2012, she was honored by the University of Arizona College of Family and Consumer Resources with the Emerging Leader Award.

Executive Board and GP Interest Manager / IT Support

Ms. Foster has led the administrative management of various multifamily real estate companies for over two decades.  Her growing expertise in the organizational development of general partnership interests and the procurement of welfare and tax exemptions is a key element to the continued growth of our nonprofit ownership interests. Joining the team in 2008, she spearheaded and continues to facilitate the responsibilities of our IT department to include the management of existing and new sites’ technological infrastructures. Ms. Foster further supports Rainbow’s Board of Directors and mission to preserve affordable housing by interfacing directly with city, county, state, and federal governments to ensure that Rainbow and its partners continually operate within the limits of the appropriate governing agency’s regulations.

Project Manager

With over a decade’s worth of experience working for asset management organizations and national nonprofits with an emphasis on identifying, recommending, developing, and implementing cost-effective means of streamlining operations, Mr. MacMillan-Hilton brings his unique vision to better serve the corporate mission of Rainbow Housing Assistance Corporation. His strong background in marketing, training, and asset management in the nonprofit corporate culture makes him the perfect catalyst for affecting change and managing multiple corporate-level projects thus assisting in propelling Rainbow Housing Assistance Corporation to the forefront of service-enriched housing. He started his real estate career over 10 years ago leasing apartments in Ohio, where he “fell into” real estate and began his lifelong passion for the industry. Since then, Mr. MacMillan-Hilton has held many corporate level positions in the real estate industry, where his skills are best utilized. He currently serves as a Project Manager and Bookkeeper for Rainbow and is in the midst of obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Finance.

Project Manager

Mr. White manages finance and asset operations for Rainbow’s service-enriched housing, and guides the development of social impact investment data collection and reporting for Rainbow’s award-winning services. Prior to Rainbow, he was a Financial Analyst for a San Francisco-based private equity group, providing support to asset management, fund management, and real estate financing for an 8,000-unit multifamily portfolio. Mr. White experience in Section 8 and LIHTC asset management ensures efficient operations and stable physical integrity of Rainbow assets. His passion for social impact investing leads Rainbow’s industry-first efforts in the realm of mega data development and reporting analysis and visualizations. Mr. White holds a Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning and Development from the University of Southern California.

Director of Administration

As a highly recognized judicial court clerk, Ms. Enteman is a 19-year veteran of the Maricopa County Superior Court (judicial branch) in and for the state of Arizona. She has served the criminal administration as a trainer and mentor to the judicial branch, courtroom clerks, the criminal bench, and collaboration of all justice agencies.  An Arizona native with a Bachelor of Arts in the Administration of Justice, she continues to pursue her law degree at Arizona State University.  Joining Rainbow in 2016,  Ms. Enteman will complement the advancing administration needs of our organization and enhance the growing formalities of our compliance obligations.  She has served as a 911 operator and works to continue her civic duty and passion with local organizations benefiting autistic children and the elderly.

National Director of Resident Services

As a native Houstonian, Mr. Burkley matriculated at the University of Houston where his major field of study was Political Science with a minor focus in Africana Studies. In conjunction with his position at Rainbow Housing Assistance Corporation, for the last 10 years he has served his community through spiritual leadership as a member of the clergy. He is a firm believer in, “exposure changes your perception and your perception creates your reality.” Coming from a community identical to those he serves, Mr. Burkley attributes his success in life to the exposure he received from caring individuals who, despite his surroundings, saw his potential. In January 2010, he founded the Fellowship of Faith Church where he currently serves as the Lead Pastor. Mr. Burkley has committed his life to serving others and creating the same opportunities he was afforded by supporting national program development within the organization and onsite resident services coordinator training.