Andrew Holton

Andrew has spent the last 15 years specializing in the development of public private partnerships. Since 2016, he has been a developer and fund manager focused on building walkable communities in markets that are underperforming their potential. A partner in a variety of investment management vehicles, including several opportunity zone funds, Andrew focuses on turning good ideas into sustainable and financially viable projects.

Prior to his private sector work, Andrew worked with the N.C. State Treasurer and the North Carolina Retirement Systems, an institutional investor with approximately $100 billion in assets under management. During that time, he worked in various roles, including the lead attorney for the Local Government Commission and General Counsel.

Throughout his career, Andrew has served as an expert and consultant on economic development, demographic, finance and legal issues for organizations such as the University of North Carolina, the Triangle Community Foundation, the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and Wake County, North Carolina.

Andrew serves on the boards of Education North Carolina and the Caris Foundation. He holds a JD from the University of Wisconsin Law School and a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Andrew Holton