Carolina specializes in project and portfolio-level development strategies. Carolina is currently closely involved in TAG’s work for the Housing Authority of the City of El Paso, providing evidence-based strategic guidance on HACEP’s last phase in a multi-year RAD conversion program, as well as financial feasibility and analysis on several development projects. Carolina is managing the development budget, financing and key project components of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City’s Hollander Ridge project, which consists of acquiring and rehabilitating 100 scattered sites in the City of Baltimore; her work with Baltimore has led to the close out of a decades-long consent decree with the Authority and HUD. She is the point person for the TAG team’s work with the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh and a major self development project and is involved in TAG’s work with the Chicago Housing Authority (which also includes self-development) as well as the Miami-Date County Housing Authority’s comprehensive RAD conversion project and the District of Columbia Housing Authority’s finance and development initiatives. Before joining TAG, Ms. Hollmann worked at a consulting firm assisting local governments and research institutes to obtain and manage European Union grants to research and implement urban innovation projects related to energy efficiency in affordable housing, climate change adaptation, and smart city technologies. Ms. Hollmann has Masters degrees in City Planning and in Real Estate Development, both from MIT.