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Mr. Meyer became President of New Jersey Community Capital in May 2009, after serving on its Board of Directors for the preceding two years. As President, Mr. Meyer provides leadership, establishes strategy, raises funds, and promotes and advocates for policy change on behalf of NJCC, its borrowers, and the residents of its target communities. Under his leadership, NJCC has experienced a period of tremendous growth. Key accomplishments include spearheading a new strategic vision for NJCC, including creating a more comprehensive approach to revitalizing whole neighborhoods; helping shape a new model of community development that leverages the bulk purchase of troubled mortgages and foreclosed properties; increasing capital under management; guiding NJCC to chartered membership in NeighborWorks America; and earning NJCC a CARS (CDFI Assessment and Rating System) rating.
An attorney and CPA, Mr. Meyer brings to his position over 20 years of private sector real estate experience. Prior to joining NJCC, Mr. Meyer spent nine years as the Housing Director of Housing and Neighborhood Development Services, Inc. (HANDS), where he was responsible for all of the organization’s real estate development and financing activities. While at HANDS, he led the formation of Operation Neighborhood Recovery and the bulk purchase of 47 nonperforming mortgages in distressed Essex County neighborhoods, an initiative that led to the creation and subsequent acquisition by NJCC of the Community Asset Preservation Corporation.
As a recognized leader in the community development industry, Mr. Meyer serves on numerous committees and panels focused on affordable housing, community stabilization, and community development, including NeighborWorks America’s Community Stabilization Advisory Committee, the JPMorgan Chase Community Advisory Board, and the Wells Fargo Community Advisory Board for the Southern New Jersey Market. Mr. Meyer holds a Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Siena College. He is a graduate of the Achieving Excellence in Community Development fellowship program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and has studied urban planning at the graduate level at New York University.
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Mr. Crum joined Community Asset Preservation Corporation in August 2011 as its Director of Real Estate. Mr. Crum oversees the implementation of CAPC’s neighborhood stabilization strategies, including the identification of scattered site housing opportunities; arrangement of bulk purchase property acquisitions; expansion of funding sources; establishment of cross-sector redevelopment partnerships; and analysis of exit strategies for acquired properties. Prior to joining CAPC, Mr. Crum was the Vice President of Real Estate at Real Estate Advisory and Development Services (now Build with Purpose), where he oversaw $50 million in community facilities development. Mr. Crum also served as Director of Real Estate for the New Jersey Community Development Corporation, where he managed site acquisitions, financing, municipal approvals, and construction oversight.
Mr. Crum holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Catholic University of America and a Master of Public Policy from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. A member of the Leadership New Jersey Class of 2008, Mr. Crum is active with a number of community and religious organizations throughout New Jersey and New York, including Greater Brunswick Charter School where he is a member of the Board of Directors.
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Mr. Giametta joined CAPC as the Director of Construction Services in January of 2014. In this position, Mr. Giametta manages the Construction Development process from pre-acquisition to completion as CAPC continues to provide quality affordable homes to the communities it serves.
Mr. Giametta joins NJCC with over 20 years of Construction and Managerial experience. He previously worked for six years as Chief Operations Officer at Vision General Construction, where he oversaw the day to day operations, business development, and project oversight for commercial and affordable housing projects. Prior to that, he worked for 10 years as Director of Administrative Services at Spectrum for Living, a non-profit organization providing services to the Developmentally Disabled population. Mr. Giametta has his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration/Management and volunteers with local charities in his extra time.
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Mr. De Blasio joined Community Asset Preservation Corporation in April of 2015 as its Director of Property Acquisitions and Operations. Mr. De Blasio oversees all off CAPC’s real estate acquisitions ensuring compliance with all funding sources. Mr. De Blasio is responsible for creating budgets and determining the fiscal viability of CAPC’s projects from predevelopment through construction. Prior to joining CAPC, Mr. De Blasio was the Vice President of Real Estate at New Jersey Community Development Corporation where he was responsible for $20 million in community facilities development focusing on affordable and supportive housing, charter school facilities, open space preservation, and neighborhood revitalization.
Mr. De Blasio holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music from Rutgers University and Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from the The College of New Jersey. Being a former educator, Mr. De Blasio Has a passion for education in the context of school centered urban revitalization and is currently a Board Member of the Community Charter School of Paterson.
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Ms. Rosen joined CAPC as a Fellow in February 2013 and is now serving as CAPC’s Director of Operations. In this role, Ms. Rosen oversees the internal policies and procedures of CAPC’s business lines.
Ms. Rosen completed her Master’s in Urban Planning with a focus in Housing and Economic Development at the NYU Wagner School of Public Service. Before starting graduate school, she worked as a Development Associate through the AmeriCorps VISTA program. Ms. Rosen was placed at Hudson County Court Appointed Special Advocates, a nonprofit organization that trains community volunteers to act as legal advocates for children in foster care. She holds a B.A. in Human Development & Public Policy from Boston College. Ms. Rosen’s areas of interest include affordable housing development and community revitalization.
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Ms. Bruce-Allington joined CAPC as Client Coordinator in August 2016. Her responsibilities include performing direct outreach with neighborhood associations and community groups, working in a one-on-one preparatory capacity with prospective homebuyers and tenants, assisting CAPC staff with mortgage modifications, and collecting and managing data on homeowners and tenants.
Ms. Bruce-Allington graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. Throughout her time in Wisconsin, Ms. Bruce-Allington was involved in many community volunteer organizations including Badger Volunteers and SERRV, which promote social justice through community engagement. She also worked in a Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility where she focused on holistic approach to care and ways to increase the independence of the residence in terms of housing and activities of daily living.
Ms. Bruce-Allington is employed at CAPC through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, which supports organizations that provide direct service to people who are poor and marginalized by placing individuals at schools, nonprofits, and other sites around the world.
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Marlana Moore joined Community Asset Preservation Corporation as a fellow in 2014 and joined full time as the Neighborhood Revitalization Coordinator with Community Strategies in June 2016. In this role, she oversees NJCC’s neighborhood revitalization efforts for the East Trenton Collaborative and administers ETC’s Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit grant. She holds a Masters of City and Regional Planning with a concentration in Community Development, and a Bachelors of Arts in Art History from Rutgers University.