Chief Investment Officer, Community Asset Preservation Corporation
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.