Tomás Durán is the Administrator for Special Projects at the USC Center for Economic Development. He is also the President of Concerned Capital, Inc. (CC), a social benefit corporation based in Los Angeles, CA. Prior to creating CC, Tomás worked as a Program Manager for the Whittier Redevelopment Agency and Vice President of Real Estate for Genesis LA Economic Growth Corp. In addition to CC, he is a part-time instructor for the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy. He serves on the board of Friends of Uptown and the New Market Tax Credit community advisory boards for Dudley Ventures Community Investment and Lowe Economic Development Corporation. Tomás has a Master’s in Planning from the University of Southern California.