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Fishers resident, Melissa Tichenor named Chief Financial Officer at Kittle Property Group, Inc.

Melissa Tichenor

Melissa Tichenor has been named Chief Financial Officer at Kittle Property Group, Inc.

Since 2011, Tichenor has held multiple financial leadership positions at Kittle Property Group, including Vice President of Accounting, Director of Accounting, Controller-Properties and Assistant Controller.

In her new role, Tichenor will prepare and oversee Kittle Property Group’s corporate operating budget, lead Kittle Property Group’s accounting department in the delivery of timely and accurate financial information, monitor and manage insurance, and direct all Kittle Property Group financial operations.

“Melissa brings to our executive team a combination of financial and accounting expertise, together with more than 10 years of experience working within Kittle Property Group and our continuously evolving industry. Her valuable industry knowledge and perspective will help ensure a solid financial foundation and continued growth for Kittle Property Group,” said Jeff Kittle, President & CEO of Kittle Property Group, Inc.

Prior to joining Kittle Property Group, Tichenor served as Accounting Manager for Bright House Networks and as an Auditor for KPMG. She is a member of the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA) and is an active volunteer at her church and at St. Louis de Montfort school, where she is the head cross country coach and an assistant track coach.

About Kittle Property Group

With roots going back to 1948, Kittle Property Group is a national leader in bringing together community, financial and government partners with innovative plans to develop, construct and manage quality, affordable and market-rate multi-family apartment homes that serve as a catalyst to local economies by sustaining families, neighborhoods and businesses. Kittle Property Group owns and manages more than 18,000 apartment homes, providing homes to 30,000 family members in 19 states, and invested capital of more than $2.5 billion.