Drew Marlar is a nonprofit finance attorney with over 22 years’ experience helping clients reach their community development goals. Drew has extensive expertise in charter school financing, New Markets Tax Credits, the HOME Investment Partnerships Program, the Community Development Block Grant Program, the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, and the Capital Magnet Fund. In 2008, he served as in-house counsel to Habitat for Humanity International. During his tenure at Habitat, he implemented its first New Markets Tax Credit transaction and redesigned its existing private placement note program.
Drew has been an active volunteer in a wide-range of local volunteer organizations. He was the Board Director for The Living Room, a nonprofit housing organization providing assistance to individuals and families affected by HIV/AIDS and he also served as pro bono counsel to The Kyle Pease Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides adaptive sport opportunities to disabled athletes.
Drew is also a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor passionate about teaching students the joys of the underwater environment.