The Raleigh City Council recently appointed Tyler Craft and Gordon Grubb to the DHIC Board of Directors.  Both will serve a two-year term and be up for reappointment in 2020.

Tyler serves as Director of Consumer Products & Initiatives for Capital Bank in downtown Raleigh.  Tyler is a graduate of the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor’s degree in international studies with a focus in global economics and business and political science with minors in French and economics.

Gordon is the founder of Grubb Ventures, a real estate development and investment firm focused on the repositioning and infill redevelopment of residential, office, and industrial properties in the Research Triangle Park region of North Carolina.  He

received his B.A. from Washington and Lee University, a J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law, and an MBA from The Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He attended the Graduate Law Tax Program at Georgetown University School of Law.

“As we continue to identify opportunities to meet the growing demand for affordable housing, we welcome the wealth of knowledge and expertise  Mr. Craft and Mr. Grubb will bring to the Board,” says Gregg Warren, President of DHIC.

In addition, Gary Blum, Wells Fargo, has been re-elected to serve as Chair, and Elizabeth Voltz, Weatherspoon & Voltz, LLP, has been elected to serve as Vice Chair.

DHIC also wishes to thank Glenn French, a City appointee who recently rotated off of our Board of Directors after serving his maximum term of six years.

“We are incredibly grateful for the valuable time and commitment Glenn gave to the DHIC Board of Directors and his contributions will long make a difference in our community,’ says Gary Blum, DHIC Board Chair.