Dougall holds a Master of Science in Economics from Anderson University and a Masters of Arts in History from Silliman University. He also holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) from the University of Natal.
As a well-respected and recognized leader in Tribal housing, Dougall brings to the table 27 years of tribal housing and real estate development experience. Most recently, Dougall served as Executive Director with the Yakama Nation Housing Authority in Wapato Washington from 2015 – 2018. Prior he worked for the Bishop Paiute Tribe serving as the Director for Housing & Community Development as well as the Director of Public Works from (2013 – 2015).
With a strong background in project management and construction some of Dougall major successes include; completing a project for the Waikoloa Workforce Housing which included 1200 residential units, community facility district, community building, school and three community parks, at the cost of $650 million. In his early career, while working with the Bishop Paiute Tribe, Dougall was instrumental in the completion, development and construction of 20 new HUD Title VI homes, 3 new BIA Roads, 1 radio station tower and an IHS water-line.
Among other expertise, Dougall also has extensive knowledge in mixed financing solutions such as Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LITHC). While with the Yakama Nation Housing Authority Dougall completed and executed two successful LITHC applications, one in the amount of $15 million awarded in 2016 and the other for $10 million awarded in 2017.
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