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The National Capital Revitalization Corp. announced that Theodore Carter will take over as its president and chief executive officer.

NCRC, a public-private economic development company, is active in construction and revitalization projects in the Southwest Waterfront, Anacostia, H Street and North of Massachusetts Avenue neighborhoods.

Carter, a 14-year resident of the District of Columbia, most recently served as campaign manager for D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams’ (D) re-election bid, as well as a finance and operations consultant for the Apollo Theater Foundation in New York.

Previously, Carter worked in the administrations of then-New York Mayors Rudy Giuliani (R) and David Dinkins (D). He also served as deputy campaign manager and chief operation officer for the Clinton-Gore 1996 re-election campaign, and as deputy assistant secretary for management operations of the Treasury Department.

Carter is an alumnus of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. He received his master’s in public administration from American University.

— Jennifer Yachnin

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