Adam has more than 30 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry. Prior to joining Fairmount Properties LLC, Mr. Fishman served as market leader for Trammell Crow Company’s Cleveland and Columbus operations. He then operated as President and Managing Partner of Cleveland Real Estate Partners, an international corporate real estate consulting and advisory firm. In 1999, Mr. Fishman negotiated the sale of Cleveland Real Estate Partners to Deloitte & Touche, a leading professional services firm, then joined Deloitte as a Partner providing national real estate consultative services. Mr. Fishman joined Fairmount as co-principal just prior to the firm’s first anniversary and oversees all of the firm’s financial, operational, construction, entitlement and office development activities.  Mr. Fishman is also the lead developer of the $750M+ Flats East Bank mixed-use waterfront district.  Mr. Fishman graduated from Miami University (Ohio) with dual degrees in Business Economics / Finance, and is a frequent public speaker on topics ranging from Public Private Partnerships to urban/waterfront development and creative place–making.

Richard Greco

As a certified public accountant and an attorney with more than 35 years of experience in tax consulting and compliance, Rich Greco is uniquely qualified as Senior Managing Director of Tax Strategy at GBX Group. Rich focuses on acquisition and disposition structuring of the company’s real estate investments. He is also responsible for ensuring compliance with all aspects of the tax law.

Over the course of his career, Rich has specialized in tax planning and in designing acquisition and divestiture structures for transactions ranging from $3 million to in access of $7 billion for both public and private corporations, private equity funds, and partnerships. Prior to joining GBX Group, Rich was a tax partner with Ernst & Young, a leading professional services and public accounting firm. Rich earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Franklin & Marshall College and his JD magna cum laude from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University.

Fanon Hill

Arts administrator, waterfront festival founder, filmmaker and East Cleveland native, Fanon Hill is no stranger to community transformation through strategically engaged artivism. Hill serves as Executive Director and co-founder of the Youth Resiliency Institute- a social benefit organization that provides culturally responsive arts-based programming in East Cleveland, Ohio and Baltimore, Maryland. Hill has served as a consultant for the National Guild for Community Arts Education, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, and a multitude of school districts and organizations throughout the United States and Canada. In addition, Hill has served as an advisor for the Tony award-winning musical Fela!

In 2011, Hill successfully launched and co-executed The Black Male Identity (BMI) project, which used the arts to create more positive imagery, ideas, and narratives around black boys and men. As founder of the Baltimore Guitarists Against Violence program, Hill provides children and youth living in communities with high rates of violence with guitar and music production instruction in partnership with professional guitarists and recording studio owners.  Equally significant, Hill is co-founder of the Cherry Hill Arts & Music Waterfront Festival (CHAMF)- a celebration of the performing and visual arts over the course of a daylong free event held in the historic African-American community of Cherry Hill located in Baltimore, Maryland. As a musician and music producer, Hill has been lauded in global music magazines such as Soulbounce and on Sirius XM radio. His Lom Nava Love Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was selected as one of the fifty best soul albums of 2016. Hill has received a Congressional Citation from the U.S. House of Representatives for his work as a cultural arts organizer.