Chevy Chase, MD


FCP® Vice President, Alecia Hill, was named the winner of the NMHC Young Guns Pitch Competition for Emerging Leaders at the NMHC Annual Meeting held in San Diego on January 31, 2024, winning the votes with an investment strategy focused on affordable housing in Indianapolis, IN. Hill was also named to the 2024 NMHC Emerging Leaders Committee, currently led by Peter Herbst, Portfolio Manager – Value Add Funds, Berkshire Residential; Courtney Crowder, Managing Director, Newmark; and Dan Campell, Vice President – Transactions, UDR.

Judges for the popular annual Emerging Leaders competition included David Carlson, CEO, EQT Exeter; Jay Parsons, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, RealPage; and Melissa Pianko, Partner, InterCapital Group, LLC.

“As the critical need for affordable housing becomes increasingly income agnostic, the business case for increased institutional investment in affordable housing has never been more compelling and presents long-term differentiated, market opportunities in supply-constrained or otherwise underserved geographies nationwide,” said Alecia Hill. “The Young Guns Pitch competition was a unique opportunity to knowledge share with talented peers and senior leaders alike. NMHC’s Emerging Leaders program provides an engaging peer-to-peer network for real estate professionals 40 and under and continues to uplift professional development and next-gen industry thought leadership across our industry.”

Alecia Hill is a Vice President and Assistant Portfolio Manager at FCP, a privately held real estate investment company headquartered in Washington, DC. With expertise in community development finance, Alecia is responsible for expanding the firm’s impact investing initiatives and affordable housing preservation multifamily platform. Before joining FCP, Alecia was a member of the Impact Investing team at Enterprise Community Partners, where she focused on Opportunity Zone Fund development, transaction underwriting and innovation finance within affordable and workforce housing. Alecia has been a featured facilitator on community development finance structuring and policy with HUD and the EPA. She holds an MPA in Management and Finance from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, a BA from Columbia University, and is an alumna of McKinsey & Company’s Black Leadership Management Accelerator and the Wharton Social Impact Initiative. Alecia is an Advisory Board Member for the BILT Foundation, iGlobal ESG & DEI Real Estate Summit, and a Leadership Council Member for the Washington Partnership to End Homelessness. She is Chair of Smart Growth America’s LOCUS Coalition for inclusive, transit-oriented development across the U.S. and a Black Venture Institute Fellow (Berkley Hass). Alecia received an Emerging Leaders Award at the 2024 National Multifamily Housing Council Annual Meeting.

About FCP
FCP® is a privately held real estate investment company that has invested in or financed more than $12.9 billion in assets since its founding in 1999. FCP invests directly and with operating partners in commercial and residential assets. The firm makes equity and structured investments in income-producing and development properties. Based in Chevy Chase, MD, FCP invests both its commingled, discretionary funds and separate accounts targeted at major real estate markets in the United States. For further information on FCP, please visit