The Greater Charlotte Apartment Association Announces New Board President
THE GREATER CHARLOTTE APARTMENT ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES
NEW BOARD PRESIDENT
CHARLOTTE, NC - January 16, 2020 - The Greater Charlotte Apartment Association (“GCAA”) installed John Scott Trotter as its new Board president last month during its annual Bravo Awards ceremony. Trotter is a Partner with private real estate equity firm, SilverCap Partners, and has extensive experience in the multifamily sector.
“I’m extremely excited to serve in this capacity for an organization that I’ve supported for many years,” said Trotter. He assumes his role at a critical time for the Charlotte region’s apartment industry with demand for rental housing at its highest in more than a decade. “It’s my hope that the GCAA can continue to help this community find creative solutions to the affordable housing crisis.”
A native Charlottean and UNC Chapel Hill graduate, Trotter has deep roots in the region having worked as a Vice President/Partner with local developer, Charter Properties, prior to joining SilverCap Partners. Trotter has been active civically with former volunteer leadership roles with the First Tee of Charlotte. He is also a graduate of Leadership Charlotte.
Trotter’s current term will run through December 31, 2020. To read his full profile, visit the Greater Charlotte Apartment Association website at www.greatercaa.org.
The Greater Charlotte Apartment Association (“GCAA”) was founded in 1977 as a trade association forthe multifamily rental housing industry. The GCAA has an 11-county footprint that extends as far north asIredell and as far south as York, South Carolina. Its members are firms and
individuals who develop, own, manage, and provide goods and services to the apartment industry in the Charlotte region. The GCAA promotes the interests of its members through legislative advocacy,education and networking; and supports housing affordability, quality, value and choice throughout the Greater Charlotte community. Visit www.greatercaa.org for more information.
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