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Clayton M. Flanagan

Clayton M. Flanagan

President and Co-Portfolio Manager, PRI

Clay is the President of PNC Realty Investors (“PRI”) and Co-Portfolio Manager of the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (“BIT”). He also holds the role of Chief Transaction Officer at PRI overseeing all acquisition, development, disposition and financing activity for the BIT. Clay joined PRI in 2007 after 9 years at Clarion Partners DC office where he was involved in various roles in asset management, acquisition and development primarily on behalf of Clarion’s parent company – ING Real Estate. Clay has bought and or/developed dozens of assets for the BIT with a primary focus on development as well as led the Fund into numerous strategic joint venture relationships with strong national developers as well as national real estate operators. Clay earned a B.A. from UC Berkeley and a Masters in Urban Planning from the University of Virginia.  He works out of the PRI San Francisco office and resides in Petaluma, California.

Amanda Agati

Amanda Agati

Co-Portfolio Manager, PRI and Executive Vice President, Chief Investment Officer for PNC Financial Services Asset Management Group

Amanda is the chief investment officer for The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.  In this role, she is responsible for the firm’s overall investment strategy, portfolio and risk management, investment solutions and the development and execution of investment policies for PNC Asset Management Group (AMG). Amanda serves as the Co-Portfolio for the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (“BIT”) and is the chair person of the BIT Investment Committee. Additionally, she serves as the chair of PNCs Investment Policy Committee and is a voting member of the Portfolio Construction Committee. Prior to being named CIO in April 2021, Amanda was the Chief Investment Strategist for PNC, which she joined in 2015.  Her career began in investment banking and equity research positions with Legg Mason. During her tenure at Legg Mason, she actively participated on the firm’s SRI group, focusing on environment, social, and governance issues. Additionally, Amanda was a member of Legg Mason’s Institutional Investment Committee and led the firm’s annual “Intellectual Capital” investment conference. Amanda graduated with a Bachelor of Science in finance and economics from Penn State University’s Schreyer Honors College and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) designation. She is a member of the CFA Institute and CFA Society of Philadelphia, and sits on the boards of several nonprofit organizations.

Randy Kinder

Randy Kinder

President, ITC

B.A., American Studies, University of Notre Dame
M.B.A., Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

Randy Kinder is the President of ITC. Mr. Kinder joined the AFL-CIO’s Investment Program in 2002 when he was hired by the AFL-CIO HIT. While at the HIT, he served as a Program Manager for the HIT HOME union member mortgage program and the HIT Marketing department. He later joined the ITC and focused on broadening marketing and outreach of the AFL-CIO BIT to AFL-CIO constituency groups and managed the BIT marketing efforts in the Midwest and to other key markets and unions.

Mr. Kinder serves as a National Board Member of the Mikva Challenge and as Chairperson of the Mikva Challenge DC Advisory Board. He also serves as Vice President and Board Member for Holtz’s Heroes Foundation.

Mr. Kinder holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.

While studying at the University of Notre Dame, Mr. Kinder participated in football and track. He is very proud to have been a member of the NFL Players Association during his playing career with the Green Bay Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles. Mr. Kinder and his family reside in Washington, D.C.


William Little

William Little


B.A. The George Washington University
M.B.A. American University

William Little is Marketing Director of the ITC and also serves as President of ITC Financial, LLC. (ITCF), ITC’s subsidiary broker-dealer. He is responsible for the overall business development and client service activities for the AFL-CIO BIT. Mr. Little has been a part of the AFL-CIO Investment Program since 2007. Prior to his current role, Mr. Little served as Chief of Staff at the AFL-CIO ITC and as Deputy Chief of Staff at the AFL-CIO HIT.

Before joining ITC, William worked on Capitol Hill for seven years finishing his time there as an Advisor to Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and serving as a liaison to the Congressional Black Caucus, Progressive Caucus, and Labor community.

Mr. Little holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from The George Washington University and a Master of Business Administration degree from American University.


Lynn Fieldman

Lynn Fieldman

VP of Construction & Labor Relations, ITC

Lynn Fieldman first began his apprenticeship with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (“IBEW”) in 1973 and was initiated as a Journeyman with IBEW Local 176 in 1977. Not too long after starting his career as a Journeyman, Lynn was chosen to serve on the Local 176 Executive Board, which was followed by his election to Business Manager in 1986.

In addition to his work as the Business Manager of Local 176, Mr. Fieldman simultaneously served as the president of the Will and Grundy County Building Trades from 1992 until the early 2000’s. In recognition of his work on behalf of Local 176’s membership, Lynn was appointed International Representative in the Construction Department of the IBEW by President Edwin Hill in 2003. Given his decades of experience as a trustee on NECA-IBEW Local 176 Health and Welfare Fund, the NECA-IBEW Local 176 Pension Fund, the Decatur NECA-IBEW Pension Trust Fund, and  NECA-IBEW Supplemental Unemployment Benefit Fund, in 2007 he was appointed to the position of Director in the IBEW’s Pension Reciprocity Department.

After his retirement from the IBEW, Lynn decided to bring his experience to the AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corporation as the Vice President of Construction and Labor Relations.  Lynn currently resides in Maryland with his wife Cindy. An avid outdoorsman, Lynn was recently appointed to serve on the National Advisory Board of the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance.


Paul Gurewitz

Paul Gurewitz

Vice President, West Coast, ITCF

B.S. Human Development, University of Hawaii
M.S. Counseling, San Francisco State University

Paul Gurewitz serves as the Vice President of Business Development & Client Services for AFL-CIO ITC Financial, LLC. (ITCF) ITC’s subsidiary broker-dealer. Prior to joining the ITC, Mr. Gurewitz served in various positions for 30 years, with a concentration in management, sales, client services and marketing in both the Pension and Health and Welfare fields for the Taft-Hartley market.

Currently Mr. Gurewitz is responsible for managing and implementing strategic marketing efforts for the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT). Mr. Gurewtiz has been a part of the AFL-CIO Investment Program since 2017.

Mr. Gurewitz holds a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Hawaii and a Master of Science degree from San Francisco State University.



Jessica Itz

Jessica Itz

Director of Investor Relations

B.A., Psychology, University of Tennessee – Knoxville

Jessica Itz is the Director of Investor Relations for ITC. In this role she is the direct point of contact for the ITC’s union pension fund clients. Ms. Itz has developed a deep understanding of the Taft-Hartley pension environment since joining ITC in 2010, which helps her assist the union-affiliated investors of the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust.

Prior to joining the ITC, Ms. Itz worked in the legislative affairs department of the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee, the predecessor of National Nurses United. Her policy work on behalf of organized health care workers before Congress and in coordination with the AFL-CIO has proven beneficial in her current role, given the complex rules applying to union pension funds.

Ms. Itz holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tennessee—Knoxville.

Phone:202 499 5517

The AFL-CIO ITC provides investor and labor relations
services to over 240 multi-employer and public pension fund clients. Comprised of a dedicated
and professional staff who have experience working in the labor and Taft-Hartley market,
the ITC offers clients unparalleled access to a national network of pension trustees, staff, and
fund consultants — as well as labor leaders at the national, regional and local levels.

The ITCF an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of the AFL-CIO ITC,
is a limited purpose broker dealer that provides third-party marketing services for
investment funds marketed to qualified pension funds with union beneficiaries.

PRI provides real estate investment advisory, management and administrative support services to PNC Bank (or Trustee) in connection with the BIT.  In its role as investment advisor, PRI is responsible for identifying and underwriting prospective transactions, performing due diligence, recommending potential investments to the Trustee, record keeping, and asset management.

PNC Realty Investors, Inc.

Investment Advisor

800 17th Street NW
2nd Floor
Washington, D.C. 20006

410 237 5309