Since 2009, Mr. Meyer has served as President of New Jersey Community Capital. He provides strategic leadership and direction 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 the organization, developing a holistic and comprehensive approach to neighborhood revitalization efforts and helping shape a new model of community development that leverages the bulk purchase of troubled mortgages and foreclosed properties.
An attorney and CPA, Mr. Meyer holds a Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Siena College. As a recognized leader in the community development industry, Mr. Meyer serves on numerous committees, including NeighborWorks America’s Community Stabilization Advisory Committee, the JPMorgan Chase Community Advisory Board, Wells Fargo Community Advisory Board for the Southern New Jersey Market, and as Vice Chair for the FHLBNY Affordable Housing Advisory Council. He also sits on the Board of Directors for the National Housing Institute and serves on the Housing Transition Advisory Committee under New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. Mr. Meyer has received numerous awards, including being honored in 2013 by the White House as a “Champion of Change” for the development of crisis programs initiated by New Jersey Community Capital in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.