Geoffrey Stricker

Managing Director at Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate

Geoffrey Stricker

Geoffrey Stricker

Managing Director at Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate

Biography

Geoffrey Stricker
Managing Director

provides executive level oversight for the planning and execution of a portfolio of infrastructure and real estate deals, including public-private partnerships and alternative delivery projects. Since joining Edgemoor in 2001, he has played an instrumental role in developing public-private opportunities for the company in the fields of transportation, higher education, and K-12 education, including the UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Building in San Francisco, Calif.; the Long and Kimmy Nguyen Engineering Building at George Mason University; and the Route 28 Corridor Improvements Project of Loudoun and Fairfax Counties, Va. Prior to joining Edgemoor, he was a Vice President at Lehman Brothers, where he was responsible for research and analysis for the telecommunications industry, and supported the investment banking division on multiple transactions, including initial public offerings, private placements, and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Stricker also spent three years at MCI Communications where he was involved in strategic planning and business analysis.

Mr. Stricker holds a Masters of Business Administration from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts from Clark University.

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Chief Executive Officer at DC Central Kitchen, Inc.

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Founder at MicroVest Capital Management LLC

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President at Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers

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Member, Board of Advisors at The Ocean Foundation

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Member, Council of Advisors at Levine School of Music

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Board Chair at DC Central Kitchen, Inc.

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Trustee at Field School, Inc.

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Former Head-Public Relations at XM Satellite Radio Holdings, Inc.

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Geoffrey Stricker
Managing Director at Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate
Education
Bachelor of Arts

Clark University is a private research university and liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1887, it is the oldest educational institution founded as an all-graduate university. Clark now also educates undergraduates. Clark University was founded by American businessman Jonas Gilman Clark in 1887. He started the university with a million dollars, and later added another million dollars to the fund because he feared the university might someday face a lack of funds. It was opened on October 2, 1889 as the first all-graduate university in the United States

Masters of Business Administration

McDonough School of Business is one of the four undergraduate and one of the five graduate schools of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Named for Georgetown alumnus Robert Emmett McDonough, the McDonough School of Business confers degrees on both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Career History
Managing Director
2001 - Current
Vice President
Prior

Lehman Brothers, Inc. was a broker/dealer headquartered in New York City. They provided global equity and fixed research. The equity research department covered more than 100 sectors. They used a fundamental, quantitative, strategic and tactical research approach. In addition to these Lehman had also developed special products, such as 10 uncommon values and 10 uncommon eurovalues.

Professional
Prior

MCI Communications Corp. was an American telecommunications company that was instrumental in legal and regulatory changes that led to the breakup of the AT&T monopoly of American telephony and ushered in the competitive long-distance telephone industry. It was headquartered in Washington, D.C.[1] Founded in 1963, it grew to be the second-largest long-distance provider in the U.S. It was purchased by WorldCom in 1998 and became MCI WorldCom, with the name afterwards being shortened to WorldCom in 2000. WorldCom's financial scandals and bankruptcy led that company to change its name in 2003 to MCI Inc.. The MCI name disappeared in January 2006 after the company was bought by Verizon. As of May 2011, the MCI trademark is still maintained on MCI.com and on a sub-page of Verizon.com.

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DC Central Kitchen, Inc. develops and operates social ventures targeting the cycle of hunger and poverty. The firm's program is to prepare adults facing high barriers to employment for careers in the food service industry. It serves homeless shelters, schools, and nonprofits. The company was founded by Robert Egger in 1989 and is headquartered in Washington, DC.

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2014

DC Central Kitchen, Inc. develops and operates social ventures targeting the cycle of hunger and poverty. The firm's program is to prepare adults facing high barriers to employment for careers in the food service industry. It serves homeless shelters, schools, and nonprofits. The company was founded by Robert Egger in 1989 and is headquartered in Washington, DC.

$500 - $999
2013

DC Central Kitchen, Inc. develops and operates social ventures targeting the cycle of hunger and poverty. The firm's program is to prepare adults facing high barriers to employment for careers in the food service industry. It serves homeless shelters, schools, and nonprofits. The company was founded by Robert Egger in 1989 and is headquartered in Washington, DC.

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2012

DC Central Kitchen, Inc. develops and operates social ventures targeting the cycle of hunger and poverty. The firm's program is to prepare adults facing high barriers to employment for careers in the food service industry. It serves homeless shelters, schools, and nonprofits. The company was founded by Robert Egger in 1989 and is headquartered in Washington, DC.

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