Marvin Wilmoth

Marvin Wilmoth
Marvin is a real estate developer and consultant focused on providing holistic housing solutions. Over his career, he has led community development efforts responsible for ~$500 million of economic impact.

Marvin began his career at J.P. Morgan Investment Banking in New York where he transacted over $9.6 billion of total value.

Marvin also served as Vice Mayor and Harbor Island Commissioner for North Bay Village, Florida where he led the city’s sustainability, health and wellness and workforce housing efforts. During his tenure he worked with Miami Waterkeeper to pass the first Fertilizer Ordinance in Miami Dade County for the protection of Biscayne Bay.

Marvin has also been selected for several leadership development programs including The Miami Foundation’s Miami Fellows Class VIII, Leadership Florida’s Connect Florida Class VI, the 2018 Marshall Memorial Fellowship, and the 2020 Presidential Leadership Scholars.

Marvin earned a B.S. and M.B.A. from Florida A&M University and an M.S. in Real Estate Development from Columbia University.