Keith Ahronheim is an accomplished senior executive with over 35 years of expertise in law, affordable housing, banking and community engagement. Mr. Ahronheim is a member of the New York State Bar specializing in Real Estate and Real Estate Financing; was a former New York State Administrative Law Judge and Former Nassau County Real Estate Tax Assessment Referee. He was a Vice President of JP Morgan Chase Bank for over 15 years specializing in mortgage origination, servicing and community engagement.
Keith Ahronheim was the General Counsel for a Palm Beach Gardens FL nonprofit HUD approved housing counseling agency for several years where he honed his expertise in the area of affordable housing, business contracts and negotiation, and local, regional, state and national government and related organizations strengthening all housing relationships.
Mr. Ahronheim also understands, values and lives the work of a good community partner. Residing in Palm Beach Gardens, FL for over eight years, Keith serves as the Volunteer Chairman and Captain of the Honda Classic Professional Golf Tournament, a national tournament played at the Champions Course at PGA National. He is one of nine Board Members of the PGA National Property Owners Association representing 46 diverse communities; He is the Treasurer and Board Member of the Patio Home Owners Association. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Homeless and Housing Alliance of Palm Beach County, is on the Executive Leadership Council of Palm Beach State College where he also serves as Guest Lecturer and Community Ambassador and serves as a member of the Public Policy Committee of the Palm Beach County Housing Leadership Council and Housing Summit Steering Committee and is also a member of the Housing Solution Coalition of Martin County. Mr. Ahronheim also serves on the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Steering Committee for BB&T Bank and Bank of America.
Mr. Ahronheim has a B.A. from Adelphi University, NY in Economics and a J.D. from Stetson University College of Law, Florida. Keith is also a contributing author for the article: “CRA at Forty- Financial Education as it Relates to CRA: Success or Failure?”
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