Korin Crawford is an Executive Vice President at Griffin Structures, where he is is responsible for originating, evaluating, structuring, and closing public-private partnerships. Korin leverages 18 years of experience in infrastructure, real estate, and M&A of property-backed operating businesses with an emphasis on P3s and real estate transactions in complex regulatory environments. Prior to joining Griffin Structures, Korin was a FUSE Fellow and Executive Advisor to the Los Angeles City Administrative Officer (CAO) as a subject matter expert on infrastructure delivered through a variety of alternative financing methods including P3s. In this role, Korin spearheaded $3.5 billion of investment opportunities spanning municipal facilities, transit, renewable energy, and habitat restoration projects. Notable projects included the Los Angeles Convention Center, LA Civic Center, and Downtown Streetcar. Korin is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences on P3s, including the Dubai International Project Management Forum (DIPMF), the P3 Conference in Dallas, CityAge in Washington DC and Los Angeles, and P3 Hub West. From 2006 to 2015, Korin led his own consulting and investment practice, offering advisory services to for-profit and non-profit real estate investors, developers, and public agencies (including utilities, ports, city/county, redevelopment, and school districts) to finance and develop land, real estate, renewable energy, and energy efficiency. He completed the Stanford MSx Program (formerly Sloan Fellows Program), a full-time Masters program for mid-career professionals at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Duke University and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.