The AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corporation (ITC) is an institutional investor relations firm that provides marketing, investor services, and labor relations services to labor pension fund clients.

Comprised of ten dedicated and professional staff members with over 75 years of combined experience working in the labor and Taft-Hartley market, 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. Well-known and respected in the labor pension investment industry, ITC has raised over $3 billion in capital from more than 200 labor pension funds throughout the nation.

Funds Served
By the ITC Have:

$10.36 billion in Total Assets
275 Pension Investors

Key Staff

Mike Stotz
Mike StotzPresident
B.A., Finance, Catholic University of America

Mr. Stotz joined the AFL-CIO Investment Program in 1999 and has worked in almost every facet of the program including marketing, labor relations, finance, and property management. Since joining the ITC, the Investment Program has greatly benefited from his knowledge of both the real estate market and the Taft-Hartley environment. With more than 20 years experience in commercial real estate, Mr. Stotz’s background also includes more than eight years with the Michaels’ Companies, the largest full service real estate firm in the greater Washington, DC area.

Puja Arora
Puja AroraChief Operating Officer
B.A., Accounting, University of Maryland, College Park

Ms. Arora joined the AFL-CIO Investment Program in 2007 and is responsible for the company’s operations, financial reporting and budgeting. She also handles the annual audit, all compliance filings and human resources functions. Before joining the ITC, Ms. Arora was a Senior Associate with Bresler & Reiner Real Estate Corporation managing the financial statements of six properties. Ms. Arora also worked for Deloitte and Touche, where she provided audit and due diligence services to a variety of real estate and manufacturing clients.

William Little
William LittleSenior Vice President & Managing Marketing Director
B.A., History, George Washington University
M.B.A., Finance, American University

Mr. Little has been a part of the AFL-CIO Investment Program since 2007. He is responsible for the overall business development and client service activities for the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT). Before joining ITC, Mr. Little worked on Capitol Hill for seven years finishing his time there as an Advisor to Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, serving as a liaison to the Congressional Black Caucus, Progressive Caucus, and Labor community. Mr. Little is a graduate of The George Washington University with a B.A. in History and holds his M.B.A. from American University in Washington, D.C. He also holds the Series 7, 63, and 24 designations.

Stephanie Pleasants Turman
Stephanie Pleasants TurmanInvestor Relations Coordinator
A.A.S. Business Administration, Ferrum College

For 35 years, Ms. Turman has worked for AFL-CIO-affiliated organizations, including 30 years with the AFL-CIO Investment Program, cultivating relationships with the labor and consulting community, fund administrative offices, and bank representatives. She is currently responsible for all investor communications and reporting, including quarterly statement distribution and completion of questionnaires and RFPs. Ms. Turman has also worked on the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust account since its inception in 1988.

Randy Kinder
Randy KinderSr. Vice President
B.A., American Studies, University of Notre Dame
M.B.A., Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

Mr. Kinder has been with the AFL-CIO’s Investment Program since 2002. He is responsible for executing strategic marketing campaigns for the ITC and coordinating marketing efforts with the AFL-CIO Equity Index Fund. Mr. Kinder previously worked in the marketing and single-family departments of the AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust (HIT) where he was responsible for overseeing the HIT’s union member mortgage program, HIT HOME, in Chicago, Los Angeles, and several other markets. While attending the University of Notre Dame, Mr. Kinder participated in track and football. He is also very proud to have been a member of the NFLPA during his career with the Green Bay Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles.

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