Ed Kroll is a member of the Capital Markets team at the Housing Partnership Network (HPN). He supports with the annual fundraising cycle and cultivation efforts for HPN, its members, and portfolio of social enterprises. He also supports with the development of marketing and communications, and other opportunities to collaborate and support HPN’s membership network.
Before joining HPN, he served as a special assistant and project coordinator in Urban Institute’s Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy. In this role, he provided both research and project management support for the center’s strategic partnerships with the Citi Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Long Island Community Foundation, amongst other projects focused on charitable giving and philanthropic efforts to advance social and racial equity. Prior to Urban, he served as the director of sustainability for the State University of New York Student Assembly and a lieutenant governor for the New York District of Circle K International. Kroll graduated cum laude with a BS in environmental studies with a focus in policy, planning, and law from the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry.