Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate
Mr. Stricker provides executive level oversight for the planning and execution of a portfolio of infrastructure and real estate deals, including public-private partnerships. Since joining Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate in 2001,
he has played an instrumental role in developing public-private opportunities for the company in the fields of higher education, K-12 education, and transportation, including the Route 28 Corridor Improvements Project of Fairfax and Loudoun Counties and the Long and Kimmy Nguyen Building at George Mason University. Mr. Stricker is currently leading the development efforts for the public-private partnership of UCSF Neurosciences Building, a research and laboratory facility, at their Mission Bay Campus. Drawing upon his experience in previous complicated public finance projects, Mr. Stricker oversaw the financial and transaction structuring for the project.
Prior to joining Edgemoor, he was a Vice President at Lehman Brothers, where he was responsible for research and analysis for the telecommunications industry, and supported the investment banking division on multiple transactions, including initial public offerings, private placements, and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Stricker also spent three years at MCI Communications where he was involved in strategic planning and business analysis.
Mr. Stricker holds a Bachelor of Arts from Clark University and a Masters of Business Administration from Georgetown University.