About OCCH

OCCH Welcomes Peg Moertl


Hal Keller, President

Dear OCCH Partners,

Over the years as a banker, city government official, community leader and advocate, I was pleased to work with Hal Keller and the OCCH team, to witness their growth and success and to admire from afar the critical role they play in helping drive investment to create and preserve affordable housing across Ohio and Kentucky. I also had the opportunity to get to know Joe Hagan, the founder and first president of OCCH, and others currently at OCCH when I was at Bank One back in the 1990’s. I learned first-hand of the smart, passionate professionals who have been part of Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing. To join this amazing team as the leader following Joe and Hal is the honor of a lifetime.

I look forward to continuing OCCH’s tradition of impeccable and innovative service connecting our investors and development partners to better meet the needs of our neighbors for quality housing in vital communities with necessary, life-enriching support. The demand has never been greater, the challenges more difficult and the opportunities for what OCCH provides more important. I look forward to working with all of you to build on this foundation and to create a brighter, dynamic future for our communities.

Onward,
Peg Moertl

 

OCCH is pleased to announce that effective April 1, 2019, Peg Moertl will become the next President of the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH).

Peg comes to OCCH from HCDC, a 35 year-old non-profit economic development agency that grows jobs and the economy through innovation incubation, small business lending, and development services. HCDC serves as the economic development arm of Hamilton County and the jurisdictions in the county outside the City of Cincinnati, by contract with the county, and operates the Office of Innovation + Creativity.

Prior to her work with HCDC,  Peg served as Senior Vice President of Community Development Banking at PNC Bank for nearly 15 years, leading teams responsible for community development loans/investments, grant-making and sponsorships, along with increasing small business lending in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods using creative bank-community partnerships.

Peg also served as the Director of Development at the City of Cincinnati, Executive Director of Women Entrepreneurs Inc., and helped develop the region’s first microloan program. She has served on boards of numerous community and economic development and human service agencies including Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the Greater Ohio Policy Center, Urban League, Cincinnati Development Fund, Urban Land Institute, Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation, Catalytic Development Funding Corporation of Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati Equity Fund (3CDC) and Strategies to End Homelessness. Peg has been recognized as one of Cincinnati Magazine’s 2019 Most Powerful Business Leaders, a YWCA Career Woman of Achievement, among the Top 15 Ohio Women Business Leaders by the Ohio Women’s Conference, along with honors from Cincinnati Development Fund, the Talbert House, the Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency, the CDC Association of Greater Cincinnati, Avondale Comprehensive Development Corporation, Cincinnati Human Relations Commission and the Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education. She is a graduate of Leadership Cincinnati Class XXIII.