John Craddock established The Craddock Group in 2010 as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) to provide professional services to federal, state and local governments. He assembled and leads our team of professionals who advise the federal government and other clients on real estate and strategic planning, privatization, federal budgeting and financial management, and legislative/regulatory strategy. Mr. Craddock is also an accomplished attorney with 20 years of experience in problem solving through creative thinking, conflict resolution and mediation, and litigation of disputes. Mr. Craddock previously served in the U.S. Army, completing his service as a Major with 13 years of service in infantry and judge advocate general assignments. Mr. Craddock has been recognized as a Virginia “Super Lawyer” in Business Litigation by Law & Politics magazine from 2010 through 2017.
He is a graduate of Princeton University (BSE), the University of Virginia School of Law (JD) and The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School (LLM).
Ms. Burke manages The Craddock Group’s service delivery to clients. With over 25 years of experience, she is based in Washington, DC and advises federal government clients on real estate and strategic planning, privatization, federal budgeting and financial management, and legislative/regulatory strategy. Prior to The Craddock Group, Ms. Burke served as a Managing Director at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) for twelve years, and as a Principal at Ernst & Young (EY) for eight years, where she advised multiple federal agencies including the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Transportation, Department of Energy and General Services Administration in real estate strategy, enhanced use leasing, transaction support and due diligence, performance measurement and reporting, financial management and privatization. Prior to JLL and EY, Ms. Burke worked for the federal government for nine years, as chief analyst for federal credit policy in the Budget Review Division (BRD) at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and as a budget analyst in the Budget Analysis Division at the Congressional Budget Office.
She is a graduate of the University of Virginia (BA) and University of Texas at Austin (MBA).
Marc Waddill is a Managing Director with the Craddock Group, providing strategic transaction and advisory services to federal agencies – helping them make the right decisions with their real estate portfolios. With 20+ years of real estate experience Marc’s areas of expertise include public-private partnerships, enhanced use leasing (EUL) and other ground lease structuring, alternative approaches to structure and finance federal real estate development, transaction and lease execution services, portfolio strategy, and reuse and redevelopment evaluations. Prior to joining The Craddock Group, he worked for Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) as a Managing Director, leading their Federal Consulting practice and advising clients such as National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Navy (DoN), Department of Transportation (DOT), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), General Services Administration (GSA), and the U.S. Mint.
Marc earned an M.B.A. from Georgetown University, graduating with honors, and a B.S. in Business from Wake Forest University. He is a licensed real estate broker in the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Ms. Gale leads project teams that provide real estate and strategic consulting services to government clients. With 13 years of real estate and affordable housing experience, she is based in Boston, Massachusetts and advises clients nationwide on land use feasibility, asset renovation, redevelopment, disposition and management, Enhanced-Use Leasing (EUL) and affordable housing development. Previously, Ms. Gale was a Senior Vice President in Jones Lang LaSalle’s (JLL) Public Institutions group, where her clients included the U.S. Departments of Veterans Affairs (VA), Transportation (DOT), Energy (DOE), Navy (DoN) and the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), among others. Prior to JLL, Ms. Gale served as Project Manager at New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), where she was responsible for the management of a $35 million loan portfolio for affordable housing developers and the development of over 150 units of affordable housing through the City.
Ms. Gale is a graduate of Columbia University (BA) and Harvard Business School (MBA). She is also a licensed real estate salesperson in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Mr. Troy is a Managing Director at the Craddock Group. Based in Washington, DC and with over 12 years of real estate experience, he leads teams to support federal and local agencies in real estate planning, design, financing and development efforts through partnerships with the private sector. Prior to joining The Craddock Group, Mr. Troy was a Senior Vice President at Carr Companies in Washington, DC. At Carr Companies, he was responsible for running acquisition efforts, targeting ground up development and strategic value add renovation opportunities with a primary focus in the Mid-Atlantic region. Mr. Troy also led a portion of the recapitalization efforts of existing assets in the Carr Companies’ $700 million portfolio, along with retail leasing efforts for the firm’s hotel assets. Prior to working at Carr Companies, Mr. Troy spent 6.5 years at the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) in Washington, DC, eventually managing the entirety of the city’s real estate disposition and development efforts as the Director of Real Estate. At DMPED, Mr. Troy led a team of over 20 individuals comprised of project directors, project managers, attorneys and support staff to manage all of DMPED’s real estate and economic development goals.
Mr. Troy is a graduate of the University of Richmond, where he earned a B.S.B.A in Finance from the Robins School of Business.
Mr. Moseley is a Managing Director for the Craddock Group and is based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Prior to this role, Mr. Moseley served as a Vice President at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL). He has worked closely with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on numerous capital planning and budget initiatives. Since 2010, he has supported the VA Office of Asset Enterprise Management’s Strategic Capital Investment Planning (SCIP) initiative. He has also been instrumental in developing, refining and applying the VA Activation Cost Budget Model (ACBM) to assist the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) in estimating activation costs for VA’s capital budget. In addition, he has led efforts to develop OAEM’s Lease Budget Model and Enterprise Lease Management Tool application.
He is a graduate of Georgetown University.
Senior Vice President and Director of Federal Financial Advisory Services
Ms. Timberlake joined the Craddock Group in 2018 as Senior Vice President and Director of Federal Financial Advisory Services, bringing more than 20 years of Federal budget and financial management expertise to the firm. At the Office of Management and Budget, Ms. Timberlake served for seven years as the Government’s senior career budget official, responsible for all aspects of developing, producing, and tracking Congressional action on the annual President’s Budget, and leading the Budget Review Division in strategic analysis to support decision making. She was also responsible for Government-wide guidance on budget scoring, formulation, and execution; developing and analyzing the impacts of major budget legislation; and partnering with OMB’s M-side to develop and implement Government-wide management initiatives. Previously at OMB, Ms. Timberlake served as the Deputy Assistant Director for Budget, spent nine years as an analyst (including seven as the chief) developing and working with agencies to implement Federal lending program policy and budget guidance, and served as the Small Business Administration’s lead examiner. Most recently, she served as HUD’s Deputy Chief Financial Officer, overseeing the agency’s budget, financial reporting, audit remediation, and financial systems functions.
Ms. Timberlake has a Master of Public Policy from the University of Southern California and a B.A. in political science from Barnard College, Columbia University.
Western Region Managing Director
Ms. Rice is currently responsible for providing on-site strategic and technical support to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (GLAHS). With approximately 23 years of experience in providing advisory and consulting services in the public sector, she is based in Los Angeles, CA where she is supporting VA in its efforts to redevelop GLAHS’ North Campus to provide at least 1,200 units of supportive housing for homeless and at-risk Veterans and their families.
Prior to The Craddock Group, Ms. Rice served most recently as an Executive Vice President at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) for more than thirteen years, and as a Manager at Ernst & Young (EY) for six years, advising multiple federal agencies including VA, Department of Transportation, Department of Defense, Federal Communications Commission, and General Services Administration in real estate strategy and best practices research, enhanced use leasing, performance measurement and reporting, and financial management. Prior to JLL and EY, Ms. Rice worked as a budget analyst and special assistant to the Deputy Director at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for four years. She has also worked in state government and non-profit.
Ms. Rice is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara (BA) and University of Texas at Austin, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs (MPAff).
Mr. Dugan currently serves as a Vice President at The Craddock Group, LLC. Prior to this role, Mr. Dugan served as an Associate at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) in Washington, DC. He has worked closely with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on numerous capital planning and budgeting initiatives since 2012. He is currently supporting the VA Office of Asset Enterprise Management’s (OAEM) Strategic Capital Investment Planning (SCIP) initiative, VA OAEM’s Lease Budget Model, Veterans Health Administration’s (VHA) Activations Cost Budget Model (ACBM), and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) 300 task.
He is a graduate of Davidson College.
Senior Project Manager
Ms. Boyd is a Senior Project Manager at the Craddock Group and is based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Ms. Boyd is currently supporting the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s (WMATA) ongoing effort to enhance its capital planning process. Specifically, she is performing project management and client relationship management for capital planning and project implementation. Ms. Boyd has over 10 years of experience working within the federal government. Most recently, she worked at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as a Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Asset Enterprise Management. Ms. Boyd advised senior VA leadership on the acquisition, management, and disposal of VA capital assets. She monitored legislative actions and supported capital asset management matters involving Congress. Prior to that role, Ms. Boyd was an Executive Assistant working directly with the Director and Deputy Director of VA’s Office of Asset Enterprise Management. In that capacity, she collaborated with internal and external stakeholders to meet organizational goals and objectives and advance capital asset management initiatives.
Ms. Boyd is a graduate of Virginia Tech.
Director of Business Operations
Ms. Duncan is the Director of Business Operations for the Craddock Group and is based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. In her role with The Craddock Group, Ms. Duncan facilitates processes that ensure efficiency and on-time delivery of services. She also manages the firm’s contracts and tracks progress and compliance. Prior to joining The Craddock Group, she served as Director of Business Operations first for an independently-owned pharmacy and then for a tech startup, both in Washington, DC. She also has fifteen years of experience in the health insurance industry. Her skills and interests lie in creating, implementing, and institutionalizing processes to improve performance-measured outcomes and evidence-based organizational management.
Ms. Duncan has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Economy from Georgetown University and a Master’s in Business Administration from George Mason University.
Ms. Razgonova currently serves as a Senior Associate at The Craddock Group, LLC. With more than seven years of residential real estate and finance experience, she has worked closely with multi-family developers and investors throughout the northeast, helping them better understand markets for potential deals, estimating rents for new and value-add assets, preparing budgets and underwriting numerous financials. While with Craddock, Irina has been supporting the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on their Strategic Capital Investment Planning (SCIP) initiative, Lease Budget Model, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) 300 Business Cases and Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) Program. Prior to The Craddock Group, Ms. Razgonova served as a Real Estate Associate at Greystar in Vienna, VA and was part of the Real Estate Management team at Colliers International.
Ms. Razgonova earned a Masters in Accounting and Financial Management and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, both from the University of Maryland.
Mr. Pal currently serves as an Associate Consultant at The Craddock Group, LLC. Prior to this role, Mr. Pal served as a Business Analyst at NewDay Financial, LLC a mortgage company specializing in VA Loans, based out of Fulton, Maryland. During his time there, he worked as a Project Manager to construct goals, timelines, budget analysis and workflows. Along with this role, he also served as a Data Analyst, assimilating and managing complex data sets through SQL querying in order to create actionable reports to improve operational/sales efficiencies. He is currently responsible for data analysis of Department of Veterans Affairs’ capital investment projects, analysis of veteran stakeholders and policy, research on federal budgetary and financial controls, preparation of client communications and presentations, as well as financial/forecast-based modeling and database management.
Mr. Pal is a graduate of the Darla Moore School Of Business, at the University Of South Carolina with a B.S. in Finance.
Madeline Csere is a Senior Analyst with the Craddock Group based in the D.C. metropolitan area. She is currently supporting the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) with its capital planning efforts. Prior to joining Craddock, Ms. Csere served as a Senior Analyst at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) on its Public Institutions team, where she was responsible for new business sourcing and proposal management for over 400 professionals. While at JLL, Ms. Csere also supported the District of Columbia’s Department of General Services with their owned portfolio verification efforts and the U.S. General Services Administration with four targeted asset reviews (TARs). The TARs contained detailed reports on the state of government-owned assets and associated asset utilization recommendations. Prior to JLL, Ms. Csere interned with the U.S. Trade Representative, U.S. Representative Richard Hudson, as well as Car and Driver Magazine.
Ms. Csere graduated Cum Laude from the George Washington University with a dual degree in Economics and International Affairs. She is also a licensed real estate salesperson in the District of Columbia.
Alyssa Venuto is a Senior Analyst with the Craddock Group based in the D.C. metropolitan area. As an analyst with the Craddock Group, she is responsible for data collection and analysis of capital investment projects with the Department of Veterans Affairs, research of veteran stakeholders and policy, research on federal budgetary and financial controls, as well as preparation of agendas, meeting minutes, task lists, after-action reports, client communications, and presentations.
Ms. Venuto is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in History.
Ned Sieverts is a Senior Analyst with the Craddock Group based in the D.C. metropolitan area. While at James Madison University he served as Director of Productions for their Relay For Life event, the largest student‐run fundraiser at the university and the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. As an Analyst with the Craddock Group he is responsible for data collection and analysis of capital investment projects with the Department of Veterans Affairs, research of veteran stakeholders and policy, and analysis of Congressional hearings and proposed legislation.
Mr. Sieverts is a graduate of James Madison University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in Political Science.
Haley Miller is an Analyst with the Craddock Group based in the D.C. metropolitan area. As an analyst, she is responsible for data collection and analysis of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ capital investment projects. In addition, she conducts research and analysis of veteran stakeholders and policy and federal budgetary and financial controls. She participates in client meetings and prepares agendas, meeting minutes, task lists and after-action reports, and assists with the preparation of client communications and presentations. Prior to joining the Craddock Group, Haley worked as a Senior Research Associate at DisputeSoft, where she conducted analyses of failed IT system implementations, tracked program deadlines and managed the firm’s marketing department.
Ms. Miller graduated Cum Laude from Washington and Lee University with a B.A.C. in Economics.