Shannon Meagher

Shannon Meagher

Director of Development & Special Projects

(509) 755-7577


Shannon Meagher is the Director of Development & Special Projects at Kiemle & Hagood Company, one of Spokane’s largest property management and commercial real estate companies.  Shannon Meagher began her career with Kiemle & Hagood in 2000 as the Director of the Community Building Division, which managed a number of housing programs for the City of Spokane from 2000 through 2014. Shannon has more than 26 years of experience with affordable housing development and management, grantsmanship, program implementation, project management, new construction and rehabilitation as well as process development. Shannon is using her unique combination of talents to bring greater depth and opportunities for asset and project management, primarily in our multi-family division, as well as providing consulting and development services. Shannon is also a member of Kiemle & Hagood Company’s Management Team.


  • Assisted 1,407 low-income families with rehabilitating their homes as individual small-scale project management using federal funds (CDBG and HOME) through the provision of more than $27 Million in rehabilitation loans;
  • Created 476 “Lead –Free” affordable units in Spokane for both landlords and low income homeowners, through the provision of $3.5 Million in forgivable loans (Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control funds);
  • Procured financing and managed the development and construction of $3.2 Million, 25-unit senior affordable housing complex using a variety of funding sources (HUD 202 Capital Advance, CDBG, HOME, Spokane County 2060 funds and Avista rebates);
  • Recapitalized a 48-unit garden-style affordable family complex ($1.6 Million including Washington State Housing Finance Commission STEP Bonds, HOME funds and County 2060 funds) to replace the entire building envelope on 5 multi-story buildings, create individual electric sub-metering, address accessibility and conservation  issues,  replace the parking lot and address some civil engineering issues;
  • Served as Project Manager for the modernization and renovation of an occupied, historically significant mixed use;
  • 3-story building, commercial on the ground floor and 18 apartments on the upper two floors (private lender financing);
  • Provided construction accounting consulting for the Fox Theater renovation, with a $30 Million project budget using Historic Preservation Tax Credits, New Market Tax Credits and private financing.


  • Washington State Healthy Homes Initiative (2012)
  • Inland Northwest Small Farms Conference Planning Committee (2011- Present)
  • Spokane Regional Food Policy Council (2012-2013)
  • Spokane International District Housing Committee (2011)
  • Food Access Coalition (2010-2013)
  • Regional Affordable Housing Task Force (2008-2009)
  • Centers and Corridors Pilot (2002) Broadway & Maple Center – Stakeholder Member
  • Peaceful Valley Homefront (1999-2001) Housing Non-Profit