About Us

At T&H Investments, we are all about reviving communities to help them flourish, advance, and succeed. With offices in Indianapolis, Indiana and Washington DC, we specialize in the development and construction of multifamily, mixed use, and other commercial projects including adaptive reuse, affordable housing, and workforce housing. T&H is proud to be a WBE certified Company and has developed projects using 4% and 9% low income housing tax credits, soft subsidy loans through state and local governments, state and federal historic tax credits, tax abatements, bridge loans, and private equity. The executive leadership team has developed over $1 Billion of affordable housing projects and has more than 30 years of community development experience.

T&H Executive Leadership Team

  • Community Development

    T&H uses a locally driven approach to empower
    neighborhoods to partner in the development and management of affordable housing to promote job creation and economic growth. We partner with not for profits and community development corporations to encourage development, home ownership, and urban planning, and community-based programming.

  • Affordable Housing

    At T&H we believe every person should have access to a safe an affordable place to live. For 30 years our team has worked with local governments, state and federal agencies, and community development corporation to deliver the highest quality affordable housing to communities throughout the Mid-West and Mid-Atlantic Regions.

  • Integrated Housing

    Integrated housing is a strategy of blending together, in one housing community, supportive housing and market-rate units. This creates quality and respectful housing to the most vulnerable populations.

  • Mixed Use Development

    A combination of residential and nonresidential buildings that can range from a single building to an entire community. Mixed use developments create a holistic live-work-play environment where our residents can live, work, and thrive

  • Tax Exempt Bond Financing

    T&H has used this financing tool to develop affordable housing and make complicated projects financially viable. Generally, tax exempt bonds are issued by a state or local government issuer which loans the bonds to the project.

  • Historic Rehabilitations

    T&H has experience converting historic buildings into housing using a combination of state and federal historic tax credits. This financing tool is an indirect subsidy to finance the rehabilitation of historic buildings that would otherwise remain vacant and unoccupied.

  • Green Initiatives

    The core of sustainable development is based
    on understanding our environment is a precious resource that needs cared for. We work with local governments to create green initiatives for our projects including tree preservation, solar energy, rainwater recapture, permeable pavers, incorporation of materials with recycled content, energy efficient windows and appliances, low water flow fixtures, and LEED compliance.

  • HOME Investment Partnership Program

    T&H uses HOME funds to help finance affordable housing projects. These funds are awarded to participating jurisdictions and allow state and local governments to make direct low interest loans to affordable housing projects

  • Affordable Housing Program Funds

    T&H partners with FHL Bank members to apply for AHP funding. This funding finances the purchase, construction, or rehabilitation of affordable housing and is offered through a competitive funding round each year.

T&H Executive Leadership Team


Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A.)

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

Masters in Science (Economics)

Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Bloomington, IN

Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.)

Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Bachelor of Arts; Major: Communications

Jana A. Hageman

President & Owner

Professional Experience

Jana Hageman is the founder and President of T&H Investment Properties and T&H Construction Properties. In 2010, Jana joined the law firm of Bose McKinney and Evans and practiced in their Real Estate Group . In 2011, Jana founded T&H Investment Properties LLC and in 2013 she started Hageman Group with her husband Shane. Jana currently serves as President of T&H Investments, a full-service WBE certified real estate development company based in Indianapolis, Indiana. T&H specializes in the development, construction, and management of affordable, workforce, and supportive housing. Jana is also a member of the Board of Directors for Hageman Group, a privately owned company headquartered in Indianapolis that manage assets and investments with a focus on agriculture and real estate.


Hageman Group, Board Member

Riley Area Development Corporation, Board Member

Hamilton Area Neighborhood Development, Advisory
Board Member

The Hageman Foundation, Director

Certified Tax Credit Compliance Professional

Admitted to the Indiana State Bar

Indiana Real Estate Brokers License

Indiana General Contractor License


Cincinnati Christian University, Cincinnati, OH

BS Administration, Urban Affairs Minor, Youth Leadership & Counseling

International Business College, Ft Wayne, IN

Associates Degree, Accounting
Affordable Housing Projects

Duane Miller

Chief Executive Officer & Owner

Professional Experience

Duane Miller has been involved in real estate development and construction since 1992. He seeks new opportunities in affordable housing, mixed-finance, and mixed-income projects. He works with cities and not-for-profits to leverage private dollars with public resources to development investment opportunities in distressed areas.

Duane managed a not-for-profit community development corporation with $33 million in assets and served as the senior vice president of Flaherty & Collins leading over $900 million in affordable development projects over the last 27 years. Duane joined T&H Investments in 2019 as owner and CE0 and co-founded T&H Construction in 2020. Duane’s background provides him with an understanding of the mission of investing in people, while providing safe quality affordable housing to communities. His goal is to ensure that each project is financially viable for the community stakeholders.


Radiant Communities Development Corporation – Board Chair

Anacostia Economic Development Corporation – Advisory Partner

East 91st Street Christian Church – Community Development Servant Leader

Certified Tax Credit Compliance Professional

IHCDA: Section 42 Owner Compliance Certificate

LISC: Project and Asset Management Training


Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge MA

Senior Executive Program

Howard University Graduate School

Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A)

Fayetteville State University/UNC, Fayetteville NC

BS Business Administration



Stanley Jackson

President of T&H Mid-Atlantic and AEDC

Professional Experience

Stan Jackson is President of T&H Mid-Atlantic, a real estate development company owned by  Anacostia Economic Development Corporation, (AEDC) and T&H Investment Properties. AEDC is a leading District of Columbia non-profit economic development organization. 

Stan is an accomplished development and financial leader, with over 30 years of housing and economic development experience. He has served in key public leadership roles, including Vice President of Virginia National Bank, Director of the District of Columbia Customer Service and Real Property Assessment Services Administration; Chief of Staff to the District of Columbia Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO); Director of the District of Columbia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD); District of Columbia Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED); and Acting President of the University of the District of Columbia.

As Director of DHCD, Mr. Jackson oversaw a $250 million budget, and spearheaded the District’s participation in the development of over 6,700 units of newly constructed and rehabilitated affordable housing for seniors, special needs, and very low-to-moderate income District residents.

During his tenure as Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, Mr. Jackson oversaw the creation of the Site Acquisition Funding Initiative, a low-cost source of revolving site-acquisition and predevelopment funds for non-profit developers.  As Deputy Mayor, Mr. Jackson also directed the District’s participation in the development of $2.5 billion in residential, commercial, and entertainment development in downtown District of Columbia, representing the revitalization of the city’s geographic core.

Stan has been a resident of the District of Columbia for more than four (4) decades, and currently resides in the Ward 8 community.




University of Houston, Houston, TX

Bachelor of Arts

Historic Preservation Projects

Historic Canopic (Hotel), Muncie, IN

Clark’s Crossing Schools (School & Coliseum), Vincennes, IN

Historic Whitlock (Hospital) Crawfordsville, IN

Music City (YMCA), Richmond, IN

The Retreat at Mineral Springs Sanitarium, Dept Store, & Jail), Martinsville, IN

The Residents at St Elizabeth’s East (Hospital), Washington, D.C.

Historic Grand Park Apartments, Washington, DC

Historic Greensburg (Hotel & YMCA), Greensburg, IN

Historic M Fine (Manufacturing Facility), Jeffersonville, IN

Historic Davis Zeller Project (Office, Bank, Middle School), Brazil, IN

Historic Lofts of Leeson (Furniture Store), Elwood, IN

Gordon Benner

President of Construction

Professional Experience

As Construction President of Flaherty & Collins Properties, Gordan lead construction that resulted in over 20,000 multifamily units in 15 states.

In 2020, he joined the T&H team as President of Construction and is responsible for overseeing department staff and operations during the construction process.

Gordon is regarded as one of the foremost experts in multi-family construction in the United States. He has been involved in all phases of the construction business, including budgeting, bidding and negotiating contracts, selecting subcontractors and vendors, monitoring job costs, overseeing the actual construction site and acting as liaison to the development team. Construction projects have included multi-family dwellings, commercial buildings, historical renovations, schools, restaurants, and churches. He has been involved in projects from Delaware to Texas and has worked in many metro areas in-between.


42 Years of experience in construction management

Washington Township Lions Club

Radiant Communities Development Corporation – Board Member


Ball State University, Muncie, IN

Bachelor of Science; Major – Accounting

Masters in Science – Accounting

Kara Polston

Chief Financial Officer

Professional Experience

Kara began her career as a Tax Accountant at Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski, LLC, a Certified Public Accounting firm located in Carmel, Indiana specializing in the affordable housing and community development industries. Her primarily focus was the preparation and review of partnership tax returns, including those entities owning real estate assets and flow through entities, such as general partners and investor funds.

After five years, Kara transitioned to RealAmerica companies, a for profit real estate developer, general contractor and management agent in Indianapolis, Indiana. As Controller for RealAmerica, Kara handled and managed the Accounting Department, overseeing pre-development, construction and management accounting for affordable, market rate and self storage real estate entities. Her duties included assisting with project closings and due diligence, submittal of monthly draw packages to lenders and investors, and issuance of monthly financial packets to lenders and investors.


Licensed Certified Public Accountant (Indiana)

Indiana Certified Public Accountant Society, Member

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Member


Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, Indianapolis, IN

Bachelor of Science – Finance and Supply Chain Management

Lorenc Qorlaze

Director of Finance

Professional Experience:

Lorenc began his career in affordable housing development as an Underwriting Analyst at CREA, LLC. His main responsibilities included reviewing and underwriting LIHTC projects, assisting with equity calls and providing recommendations to senior management. During his stay there he helped close 60+ affordable housing projects across the country.

In 2017, Lorenc joined TWG Development, LLC as a Senior Financial Analyst. His primary responsibilities included overseeing the project closing process from award to stabilized operations, developing and managing the financial model and maintaining relationships with debt and equity partners. During his stay there Lorenc was responsible for closing 19 projects totaling 2700+ units, including affordable 4% and 9% LIHTC projects, workforce housing, opportunity zone developments, market rate and commercial developments.