Mr. Perez has significant senior management experience in municipal government, health care, resource development, and the private and public sectors. Projects include community development issues such as capital projects, water/wastewater capacity, sports complexes, traffic impacts, and neighborhood expansions. Mr. Perez has directed strategic planning and financial management responsibilities, budgeting strategy for facilities, technology and capital expenditures for medium to larger organizations (400 million). He has supervised construction projects which included architects, construction companies, space planners, scheduling consultants, and engineers while providing day-to-day budget direction and management.
Mr. Perez also has extensive experience working with municipal government staff members, volunteers, community activists, regulatory agencies and elected officials. He is responsible for projects in Florida, North Carolina, Texas, and the Southeast consisting of impact fees, Public Improvement Districts, Special Assessment Districts, and their administration for developers and cities/counties.
Mr. Perez has a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and a graduate certificate in non-profit management and innovation from the Sykes Graduate Business School at the University of Tampa. In addition, Mr. Perez completed the certified financial planning course program at North Carolina State University.