NCRC Names Jesse Van Tol as Chief Operating Officer

Washington, DC – Today, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) is pleased to announce that Jesse Van Tol has become its new Chief Operating Officer (COO). As COO, Mr. Van Tol will direct and supervise NCRC’s overall business operations.

“We are thrilled that Jesse Van Tol has agreed to become COO,” said NCRC President and CEO John Taylor. “He is a passionate leader, with a strong record of producing results at NCRC. Jesse has a wealth of knowledge and experience with the organization, which I am confident will serve him well. His demonstrated commitment to low- and moderate-income communities and communities of color is invaluable to NCRC’s mission of economic justice.”

Mr. Van Tol has been with NCRC for a decade and has held a variety of leadership positions, most recently as Chief of Membership and Policy. His leadership experience at NCRC also includes senior positions in the organizing and membership, communications, policy, and research departments. He is also responsible for the NCRC annual conference, which has experienced 40 percent growth under his leadership. He has played a principal role in some of the organization’s most successful community reinvestment campaigns, resulting in over $43 billion in investments in low- and moderate-income communities, including serving as lead negotiator for Community Benefits Agreements signed recently with KeyBank and Huntington National Bank. He has also been integral to NCRC’s ongoing efforts for housing finance reform.

“I couldn’t be more excited to deepen my commitment to NCRC by taking on this position as COO,” said Mr. Van Tol. “While my duties have changed, I’m very fortunate to continue working with NCRC’s talented staff and dedicated members. Together we’ve had many successes in building a more just economy, and I look forward to continuing this work in my new role.”

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NCRC and its grassroots member organizations create opportunities for people to build wealth. We work with community leaders, policymakers and financial institutions to champion fairness in banking, housing and business development.

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