Daryl Shore serves as Managing Director of Structured Finance at the National Equity Fund (NEF). Mr. Shore is an active Board member in several civic and nonprofit organizations focused on youth services and education, including Harlem Grown, Westtown School, Gesu School, and Friends of Yemin Orde. Harlem Grown is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire youth to lead healthy and ambitious lives through mentorship and hands-on education in urban farming, sustainability, and nutrition. Abandoned lots in Harlem are transformed into thriving urban farms to support these youth programs that serve youth from these low-income communities in Harlem. His CHC board service includes participation on the board's Business Planning Committee. Additionally, Mr. Shore was the former Director of Inclusive Communities at Prudential, in which he serves in a hybrid role between Prudential’s Corporate Social Responsibility and Impact & Responsible Investing teams. He led the company’s inclusive economic growth strategy in Newark and beyond and managed impact investment deals in real estate development. In his role as Director of Inclusive Communities, he worked to improve the effectiveness of public systems and coordinated key stakeholders to increase economic opportunities for the most vulnerable and underserved communities, particularly in Newark. Currently, Mr. Shore works nationally in his role with NEF. Mr. Shore has a BA in Political Science with a minor in Economics from Emory University, an MBA in Finance from Clark University Atlanta, and an MS in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University.