Darryl P. Jacobs, Ginsberg Jacobs LLC
Darryl P. Jacobs has more than twenty years of experience in tax and corporate law. His practice focuses on international, state and federal tax matters, with a primary concentration on tax credit financing transactions. Darryl regularly counsels developers, investors, syndicators and lenders on New Markets Tax Credits, Historic Tax Credits, Rehabilitation Credits, Low-Income Housing Credits and preservation easements. Additionally, Darryl is frequently featured as a speaker at local and national tax conferences. His corporate experience includes mergers and acquisitions, complex corporate transactions and private placements. Mr. Jacobs is also adept in the structuring of joint ventures, limited liability companies and partnerships.
Darryl was formerly a partner at Sachnoff & Weaver and Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC. He received his Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School, graduated Cum Laude in 1988. Darryl is also a Certified Public Accountant and winner of the Elijah Watts Sells Award. Leading Lawyers Network named him as a Leading Lawyer. He is a member of the New Markets Tax Credit Coalition and New Markets Tax Credit Working Group.
Maria Bustria-Glickman, Vice President, New Markets & Historic Tax Credit Investments U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation
Maria Bustria-Glickman manages NMTC and HTC origination activities throughout the Western region of the United States. She has over 13 years of combined experience in finance, affordable housing and management consulting in the private and nonprofit sectors. Since joining USBCDC in 2007, Maria has participated in tax credit transactions that have included mixed-use, commercial, office, hospitality, retail and community facilities. Earlier in her career, she worked for Seedco, a community development intermediary, and JP Morgan. She’s interested in experiences that blend economic gains with positive social and community impacts. Maria serves on the Board of Endeavor College Prep, a charter middle school, and Abode Communities, and sits on the Low Income Investment Fund Western Region Advisory Committee. She holds a Master of Public Policy and Administration from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a BS in finance and accounting from Boston College.
Phil Glynn, Vice President for Economic Development, Travois
Phil Glynn, vice president for economic development, manages the economic development staff of Travois (www.travois.com). He is also the director of Travois New Markets, a nationally certified Community Development Entity (CDE) that focuses solely on American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian communities. He assists tribes and individual Native entrepreneurs in developing financing packages for tribal businesses and works with investors to promote economic revitalization on reservations across the country. He graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City with a master’s degree in public administration and from Wake Forest University with a degree in English. In 2010, Phil joined the New Markets Tax Credit Coalition Board of Directors, the principal policy voice advocating for NMTCs, and he is also a member of Novogradac & Company’s New Markets Tax Credit Working Group. Ingram’s magazine recognized Phil in its 2010 class of “20 in their Twenties,” an honor given to young professionals who are “embracing the promise of entrepreneurship and advancing its principles” in Kansas City. In 2011, Phil was appointed to the Kansas City, Mo., Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Commission by Mayor Sly James. The commission makes recommendations to the Kansas City Council about development plans that include TIF, an economic development incentive that has been important in reviving downtown Kansas City and other areas.