SHIFT Capital promotes Nancy Gephart and Gregg DiFabio to Partner

Nancy Gephart Gregg DiFabio SHIFT
SHIFT Capital is excited to announce that Nancy Gephart and Gregg DiFabio have been named Partners.

As Partners, Nancy and Gregg join our leadership team in setting and executing on organizational direction, including financial and asset management, relationship building, project execution, and the overall health and impact of SHIFT.

“Nancy and Gregg bring an unmatched depth of experience to our organizational decision making as we look to strengthen our assets in Philadelphia and bring our community-focused work to other neighborhoods around the country,” said Brian Murray, SHIFT’s CEO.

Nancy leads SHIFT’s Capital Markets team where she manages our project-level capitalization, including debt, equity, tax credits, and grants. She also advises on SHIFT’s overall capital strategy, fundraising for new initiatives, property acquisitions, and development to provide strategic roadmaps for future growth.

Gregg serves as President of Development & Construction and leads SHIFT Builders, our in-house construction team. With Gregg’s three decades of experience leading multi-million dollar projects, he oversees SHIFT’s projects from pre-construction development and design to post-construction closeout.

“The neighborhood investments we make often require innovative financial structures to ensure we consistently deliver solutions for and with the community,” said Gephart. “As Partner, I’m committed to leveraging my skillset and resourcefulness for the neighborhoods we serve, the businesses we support, the team we are building, and to the emerging developers we are engaging with.”

“There are unique development and construction challenges when it comes to impact real estate,” said DiFabio. “We have built a team and are writing the playbook on how to deliver quality development projects that are community-focused and investor-valued. As Partner, I look to help our team continue to create impact in neighborhoods and support other developers and construction teams in integrating impact in their work.”


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