Sean Doherty CFA, CPA
Sean Doherty is the Executive Director of Impact Development Fund (IDF), a Colorado-focused Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) located in Denver. IDF has been providing financing capital throughout the state since 1999 in support of affordable housing and nonprofit facilities projects.
Sean moved to Colorado from Maryland in 2015 where he spent over 25 years in commercial banking, brokerage and community development finance. Prior to joining IDF, Sean was the CFO for Baltimore Community Lending, another CDFI focused on the development needs of the City of Baltimore. He maintains designations as a CPA and CFA.
Sean currently lives in Northern Colorado with his wife and the 3 youngest of his 6 children.
Director of operations
Originally joining Impact Development Fund (then Funding Partners) in 2008, Megan brings a background in marketing, retail banking and residential mortgage lending. Utilizing these strengths, Megan oversees program design, loan servicing operations, processes and policies. As Director of Operations, Megan is responsible for informing and overseeing implementation of micro and macro organizational operations strategies.
Megan currently holds board position and committee positions with Neighbor to Neighbor, and sits on the Habitat for Humanity of Colorado Finance Committee. Megan holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and Marketing from Colorado State University, and is a licensed Mortgage Loan Originator in the State of Colorado.
Megan currently lives in Northern Colorado with her husband and three children.
Director of Lending
Paul Bunyard joined IDF as the Director of Lending in the fall of 2020. Mr. Bunyard oversees development and execution of capacity building initiatives supporting community development organizations and their vision to create, preserve or rehabilitate affordable housing throughout Colorado.
Prior to joining IDF, Paul previously held positions with BBVA, City and County of Denver’s Office of Economic Development, Albina Community Bank, a well rated Community Development Financial Institution, Cowlitz Bank, Bank of the West, and 1st National Bank of Omaha.
Paul currently holds board positions with Colorado Enterprise Fund and the Arvada Urban Renewal Authority. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Colorado State University, master’s certificate in Real Estate Development from Portland State University and Commercial Lending Certification from the Commercial Banking School in Reno Nevada.