Romaine Anglin is currently the Vice President of Economic Development. He has spent majority of his life in Brooklyn, New York but hails from the island of Jamaica. Romaine holds a bachelor’s degree in economics with minors in mathematics and computer engineering from the University of Rochester; where he also holds a certificate in business management. He has several years of experience modeling mortgage bonds and developing financial forecasting models for large institutional banks. Romaine has spent the last few as a project manager for a major holdings firms that specializes in acquiring, rehabbing, marketing, stabilizing, leasing and managing single-family residential assets for large financial institutions.