IFF names new director of Indiana real estate services
Indianapolis-based IFF, a lender, developer, and real estate consultant for nonprofits, has named Amandula Anderson as executive director for the Indiana Region. Amandula has served as the company’s managing director of real estate solutions for Indiana since 2019.
In her new role, the company says Amandula will continue her work helping nonprofits expand their space, overseeing the full scope of IFF’s services in Indiana. while actively seeking additional opportunities to further support nonprofits.
“Amandula has been a tireless advocate for, and implementer of, expanding IFF’s presence in Indiana to strengthen more nonprofits and the communities they serve,” said CEO Joe Neri. “In three and half years, Amandula has greatly increased IFF’s reputation and the impact of IFF’s work with nonprofits, philanthropy, government, and other civic stakeholders. We’re thrilled to have her in this new role and give her the opportunity and tools to expand on all she’s already accomplished for IFF.”
Amandula’s background includes more than 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. She previously led two community-based organizations, Irvington Development Organization and United Northeast CDC, along with other achievements including work on a quality-of-life initiative on the northeast side of Indianapolis and other work to support Indianapolis communities and families.
“I’m honored and excited to take IFF’s work in the Indiana region to the next level,” said Amandula. “For the past few years, I’ve had the honor to work with the great people and nonprofits that make up the state. My passion for working alongside these organizations to help bring their dreams into reality runs deep and I’m thrilled to help IFF expand its services in the state so even more nonprofits can thrive.”
IFF works with nonprofits throughout the Midwest, offering lending services, real estate consulting, and capacity building programming. The company operates in eight other states: Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin, as well as northern Kentucky; and has physical offices in six of the states.