Capri Juliet Roth

Capri is a light-skinned woman with curly dark brown hair. She is wearing glasses, a flowered dress and a green cardigan.

Executive Vice President of Real Estate Development

Pronouns: She/Her

Capri joined the Real Estate Development department at EBALDC in 2016. She has provided project management and supervisory support to the refinancing and renovation of three EBALDC portfolio projects – San Pablo Hotel, Madison Park Apartments, and Frank G. Mar Apartments – as well as predevelopment activity on a 65-unit mixed-use new construction project proposed at 12th and Harrison Streets in Oakland Chinatown. In addition to her development projects, Capri provides policy and advocacy support, including participating in the Nonprofit Housing Association of Northern California’s (NPH) Legislative Issues and Regulatory Issues working groups, as well as participating in advocacy campaigns with East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO) and other partners. Within EBALDC, Capri also supports the organization’s diversity, equity and inclusion practices as a member of the Equity and Inclusion Workgroup. 

Prior to joining EBALDC, Capri was a Project Manager for Terrex Development Corporation based in Lafayette, CA. In that position, she oversaw the acquisition and rehabilitation of 250 units of affordable housing in Northern California with a total asset value of $60 million. Her projects featured significant investments into energy efficiency and sustainability upgrades as well as structural and cosmetic improvements.

Capri is active in civic and community engagement, with recent engagements as a special projects volunteer to the Point Reyes National Seashore Association, a member of the City of Novato’s Housing, Zoning and Building Code Appeals Board, and serving on the Board of Directors for the Bay Area Derby.   She holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Lehigh University and a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts from The New School.