Carrie is the Chief Investment Officer, responsible for the capital investment strategy and managing exposure and risk. She is also a Partner in the L+M Workforce Housing Fund, which seeks to make equity investments in workforce, affordable and mixed-income multi-family assets located in the NYC metro area. Carrie joined L+M Development Partners in September 2016. Prior to joining L+M, Carrie was a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs and the Chief Operating Officer of the Urban Investment Group where she was also responsible for the oversight of the GS Social Impact Fund. During Carrie’s time with the Urban Investment Group, approximately $4 billion was committed to underserved neighborhoods focusing on real estate investments, social impact bonds and financing for small businesses. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs in 2000, Carrie worked in the Investment Banking Division of Banc of America Securities. Carrie serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Family and Children’s Services of Monmouth County, a social services agency, and is on the Board of Trustees of the Rumson Country Day School. Carrie earned a Bachelor of Science and Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
Amanda joined L+M in 2013. Amanda is responsible for sourcing, structuring, and executing the acquisition and disposition of LMFM assets. Since joining, Amanda has been involved in over $3 billion of transactions encompassing over 15,000 units spanning across affordable, workforce, and mixed-income multi-family housing. Prior to L+M, Amanda began her career in the Commodity Finance Group within Commodities Sales & Trading at J.P. Morgan’s investment bank in New York City, structuring and funding the construction of wind farms and the development of oil and natural gas fields. Amanda serves on the board of Flight Path Dance Project, a tuition-free training program and repertory dance company for teenage dancers in New York City. Amanda graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a degree in Physics and is from New York City.
Ron Moelis is a co-founder of L+M Development Partners and its affiliated companies. He is a founding member of the New York State Association for Affordable Housing and the co-chairperson of Building Skills NY.
Ron also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Tenement Museum and Board of Trustees for Montefiore Health Systems. He is also on the National Advisory Board at the Netter Center for Community Partnerships at the University of Pennsylvania, and the Advisory Board at the Furman Center at New York University.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, he holds both a B.A. in history and a B.S. in economics from the Wharton School and a J.D. from New York University. He was named Entrepreneur of the Year for Real Estate in 2012 by Ernst and Young for his many years of innovation and creativity in real estate finance and development.
Eben is responsible for L+M’s affiliated fund management business (LMFM) to acquire affordable, workforce and mixed-income multi-family assets. Through its discretionary real estate private equity vehicles, LMFM manages and invests capital on behalf of institutional investors including financial institutions, foundations, endowments and family offices. LMFM leverages the expertise and experience of its fully integrated real estate investment management business to employ value-add strategies to acquire and reposition affordable, workforce, and mixed-income multi-family housing. Since its inception, LMFM has acquired over 18,000 multi-family units with a total capitalization of $3.7 billion. Prior to joining L+M in 2010 to launch the fund business, Eben held acquisitions roles at affordable housing and investment firms in New York City. Eben began his career supporting the growth of new small public and charter schools structuring public-private real estate partnerships for the New York City Department of Education during the Bloomberg administration. Eben graduated Phi Beta Kappa and with honors from Wesleyan University and serves on the Board of Directors at Civic Builders.