Corey Galloway ('15) has 19 years of finance, operations and marketing experience. Corey brought his vision of Urban Renaissance to life at 3000 N. Broad Street, removing blight and producing high quality town homes. He led the team through land acquisition, deal negotiation, zoning, and coordination with local government officials in addition to being the project's General Contractor. Corey is also in pre development on the North Broad street path in Philadelphia, which is a multi-staged development of $300 Million, with financing from a Family Office fund.
He has presented at Harvard Business School, George Washington University, The Hatchery (incubator company in NYC) and worked with over 300 celebrities and athletes since Legacy's inception. Corey earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Economics from American International College and an MBA from Pace University. He also graduated from the OPM program at Harvard Business School. He is currently a candidate for the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) designation. Corey sits on the board of Creative Alternatives of New York, and is a member of Harvard Business School Angels of New York where he sits on the Selection Committee, the Harvard Business School Club of New York and the Westchester Clubmen.