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Tulane is working with students who have difficult personal circumstances that would make leaving campus a challenge or will face complications in online learning once they return home. In response, we have set up the Tulane Student Emergency Aid and Assistance Fund to address current student needs.

Kevin Krejci


SRED 6560 - Business of Real Estate Development


Kevin Krejci is a real estate professional focused on creating long term community impact through innovative and effective real estate development. In his 18 years of experience in construction and real estate development, Kevin has worked as a general contractor, owner’s representative, and developer for projects ranging from small-scale residential rehabilitation to large-scale commercial construction.

Kevin currently serves as Chief Information Officer for Gulf Coast Housing Partnership (GCHP), a New Orleans-based developer that has created or preserved over 2,700 housing units and over 385,000 square feet of complementary commercial development in gulf coast communities since 2006. At GCHP, Kevin raises enterprise-level capital to support GCHP’s $23 million community loan fund, oversees organizational data systems, tracks and reports GCHP’s community impacts, and manages corporate communications.

Before joining GCHP, Kevin worked with Project Homecoming, Inc., a New Orleans-based nonprofit housing and community development organization created as a part of Hurricane Katrina's long-term recovery efforts. In nine years with Project Homecoming, Kevin served as Operations Director, Deputy Director, and Executive Director. With Project Homecoming, Kevin was responsible for the rehabilitation and new construction of over 250 properties for low-income families throughout the Greater New Orleans area. He also created programs that expanded Project Homecoming’s impact into workforce development and vocational training.

Throughout his career, Kevin has held a broad range of certifications that have included certified septic system installer in the state of Kentucky, licensed general contractor in the state of Louisiana, and certified Home Energy Rating System (“HERS”) Rater through the Residential Energy Services Network (“RESNET”).