CREA Edge - May 2019



banking industry in 2016 as a financial analyst for Pedcor. After spending two years there, he transitioned to downtown Indianapolis where he joined CREA towards the end of 2018 as a fund analyst. Brock and his wife, Liz, reside on the canal in downtown Indianapolis and when not in the office you can find him golfing, playing guitar, biking, running, or spending time with his family.

an avid concert goer, loves to spend time with her family at Walloon Lake, and enjoys watching the Indianapolis Colts.

Jarrod Campbell, Asset Manager Asset management

Alex Schneider, Asset Manager Asset Management

Jarrod graduated from Purdue University in 2015 with a degree in accounting and management. He worked at Duke Realty for three years before making the jump to CREA in November of 2018. Jarrod currently lives in Broad Ripple with his girlfriend, Alyssa, and his dog, Sherwin. When he is not watching sports, he enjoys the outdoors and spending time with friends and family.

Alex Butler University in 2014 with a bachelors degree in accounting and also received a masters in accounting from Butler in 2015. After starting his career at Barnes Dennig for two years, auditing affordable housing, Alex joined CREA’s Asset Management team in November 2018. Alex currently resides in the Broad Ripple neighborhood of Indianapolis. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching and following sports, and playing volleyball. graduated from

McKenzie Reese, Fund Analyst Fund Management

McKenzie graduated from Ball State University with degrees in accounting and marketing. Her career began at Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski, LLC (DOZ) before joining CREA’s Fund Management team in February of 2019. McKenzie also owns a development company, which specializes in home renovations. McKenzie and her husband, Michael, live in Indianapolis’ Meridian Kessler neighborhood with their six year old son, Hunter. Outside of work, she is

Brock Erb, Fund Analyst Fund Management

Brock grew up on the north side of Indianapolis and attended Purdue University,whereheearnedhisdegree in business management. He got his start in the affordable housing and

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FLANNEL FRIDAYS It has become tradition for fund management to don their flannels every Friday throughout the cooler months. Why? Because plaid is rad. So rad that many employees outside of fund management have started participating. A company that wears flannel together - stays together.

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