Education & Background:
Mark A. Mayfield is a lifelong resident of Marble Falls. He graduated from Marble Falls High School in 1975. He attended Texas State University in San Marcos graduating in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree. Mark has been the Executive Director of the Marble Falls Housing Authority since 1987. He now serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Texas Housing Foundation, a regional Housing Authority.
He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Public Housing Authorities Directors Association, a national association head –quartered in Washington, D.C.; as well as the Capital Area Housing Finance Corporation and the Marble Falls Economic Development Corporation. He has been selected by the Congress to participate on several committees addressing national affordable housing issues, as well as the State Legislature addressing state-wide housing issues. He is a former President of the Texas Housing Association, the Marble Falls Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce, the Highland Lakes Health Fund, and the Marble Falls Kiwanis Club. He served on the Marble Falls City Council from 1993-97.
Allison Milliorn has worked with the Texas Housing Foundation since 2009. She is responsible for ensuring that the Texas Housing Foundation’s financial records comply with generally accepted accounting principles, regulatory body guidelines and governmental accounting standards.
Allison holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a minor in Religion from the University of Mary Hardin – Baylor in Belton, Texas. In 2012, she received her certification as a Certified Public Accountant from the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy.
She lives in Bertram Texas with her husband and two sons. She enjoys volunteering with the Children’s Advocacy Center in Burnet, Texas.
Dominic “Nick” Audino is general counsel for the Texas Housing Foundation and its affiliates. Mr. Audino received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin and obtained his Juris Doctorate Degree from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. While attending SMU, Audino interned with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of General Counsel and focused primarily on real estate law. Mr. Audino is board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Residential and Commercial Real Estate law, is currently a licensed real estate broker and formerly a licensed real estate appraiser in both Texas and California. Audino also handles a variety of employment law matters and all facets of trial and appellate litigation up to and including appeals to the Texas Supreme Court in addition to handling the transactional needs of the Texas Housing Foundation and its for-profit and non-profit affiliates.
Daniel comes to THFHMC with 20 years of experience in the operations and programmatic compliance of affordable housing programs, including Low Income Housing Tax Credits, USDA Rural Development, Project Based Section 8, Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher and HOME. Daniel started his affordable housing career in the Project Based Section 8 Public Housing program with the Los Angeles County Housing Authority, moving on to the Housing Choice Voucher program. Later, he took the position of Sr. Program Compliance Specialist conducting Project Based Section 8 Management and Occupancy Review audits with the Southern California Contract Administrator for HUD. After moving to Texas, Daniel continued his affordable housing career as a Compliance Manager overseeing the compliance of Project Based Section 8 and Low Income Housing Tax Credit properties and advancing his career at the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs in the role of Physical Inspections Specialist. After leaving TDHCA in 2012, Daniel changed his career path to focus on the operational side of the affordable housing industry were he has performed the role of Regional Property Manager at several Texas based management companies since. Daniel joined THFHMC in 2018 as the Regional Supervisor assigned to our USDA Rural Development portfolio where he supervised the rehabilitation of all 14 properties in the portfolio.
Donna Klaeger leads Community Resource Centers of Texas, Inc. (a subsidiary of Texas Housing Foundation), acting as the critical community connector and offering strategic, visionary leadership.
She brings experience in community planning and development, government operations, transportation and water resources, health services delivery, and funding.
Through Donna, CRCTX has considerable access to public and private resources at local, regional, and state levels. She maintains working relationships with key policy makers in the Texas legislature and state government agencies, the U.S. Congress and city and county leaders throughout Texas.
Donna served as the Burnet County Judge for eight years. During that time, she successfully led efforts as diverse as water facility planning, economic impact studies, regional transportation initiatives, a VetRide program, and an affordable prescription drug program. She oversaw major county construction projects including the new Burnet County Jail and the Administrative Annex, and she positioned Burnet County to be debt-free in 2015.
Donna has also led or served on the boards of many local and state agencies. She is a member of the Austin Area Research Organization, former president of the Capital Area Council of Governments, and former chair of the Texas Commission on Jail Standards. Donna convenes state and local stakeholders to work collectively to tackle complicated problems. She is a powerful relationship-builder. Donna led the original effort to bring the CRC concept to life in 2004 as the Family Services Center. It started with funding from major donors Marc and Carolyn Seriff, Texas Housing Foundation, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.