Assistant Vice President for VCU Capital Assets and Real Estate
Jeff Kidd joins VCU as Assistant Vice President for VCU Capital Assets and Real Estate. In this role, Kidd is responsible for developing the overall real estate strategy for VCU, the VCU Health System, and its affiliated foundations. Kidd previously served as executive director of The Citadel Real Estate Foundation, an affiliated entity of The Citadel, which undertakes a broad scope of real estate-related endeavors including strategic planning for underutilized assets, long-term acquisition strategy, asset management and capital project structuring and delivery. Prior to The Citadel, Jeff served as a director and university property officer at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His responsibilities there included administrative oversight of the real estate operations office, commercial lease portfolio management, asset management, design and construction build-out for leased spaces and gift property management. A licensed civil engineer and LEED accredited professional, Kidd holds degrees in economics and civil engineering from UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC-Charlotte, respectively.
"I feel honored to be joining VCU, particularly at this time in the early stages of the ONE VCU master plan implementation. The Capital Assets and Real Estate team will play a vital role in support of this plan, which ultimately supports both the VCU and VCU Health strategic plans. My family and I are very excited to join and integrate into the Richmond community as well. The vibrant culture and rich history make Richmond a truly unique city and we’re looking forward to all it has to offer."