John D. Gerber
葛博先生曾担任西电集团的执行副总裁 – 西电集团是华盛顿特区历史最悠久的投资公司之一。他在2003-05年间曾担任希尔弗斯坦地产的高级开发顾问，负责世贸中心的重建。在此之前，直到2000年，葛博先生担任宾夕法尼亚车站重建公司的代理总裁。该公司是一家位于纽约州公私合营的公司，主要负责管理、设计和资金筹募享誉“全美国最大交通设施”的宾夕法尼亚车站的扩建工程，工程总额达到8亿美金。在1987年到1997年间，葛博先生担任纽约SOM建筑设计事务所的副合伙人，领导公司的国际项目活动。
John Gerber is an investor and entrepreneur. He is currently CEO of W-G Capital, an investment fund focused on real estate in the greater Washington area and other major cities in the mid-Atlantic and across the U.S. He is also Managing Partner of Four Points / West Group Development and Quantum Capital where he leads the investment capital group, real estate special project activities, and venture capital investments for the companies and their partners. In the last 10 years the Four Points team has participated in more than $1.8 billion of transactions including more than 20 million square feet of real estate development and investment experience.
Previously he served as Executive Vice President of West*Group, one of the oldest investment companies in Washington, DC. He also served from 2003-05 as senior development advisor to Silverstein Properties on the redevelopment of the World Trade Center. Until 2000, he served as Acting President of the Pennsylvania Station Redevelopment Corporation – a public-private corporation in New York that was responsible for managing, designing, and financing the award winning, $800 million expansion of Pennsylvania Station, the largest transportation facility in America. From 1987 to 1997, he was an Associate Partner at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP in New York where he led international project activities for the firm.
He is a director of several for-profit, technology companies including Atomera as Chairman, Nephromics, and Aggamin Pharmaceuticals. Among other not-for-profit activities, he recently completed his tenure as Chairman of St. Albans School and as Trustee of the Protestant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation in Washington. He also served as Vice-Chairman of the Grand Teton National Park Foundation in Jackson, Wyoming.
John earned his BSE magna cum laude from Princeton University in 1984 and his Masters of Architecture from Harvard University in 1987.