Real estate developer, consultant, and entrepreneur Benjamin C. Dalley laid the foundation for his career with an education from Rhode Island’s Brown University. He began his studies at the school’s undergraduate level, earning honors and winning an award for his thesis en route to completing a B.A. in Economics and Sociology in 2003. While a senior at Brown, Benjamin Dalley served as Co-president of his class and Co-chair of its class gift campaign, leading a 14-member team that tied the school’s 66% participation record for class gifts. He went on to earn an M.A. in Sociology from Brown in 2004, where he wrote his Master’s Thesis about urban economic development in underserved neighborhoods.
After earning his Master’s degree, Benjamin C. Dalley moved to Washington, D.C., and accepted a position as a Development Associate with National Capital Revitalization Corporation (NCRC). He held the position for three years, overseeing large-scale developments including a 500,000-square-foot retail project in Washington, D.C.’s Columbia Heights area. Benjamin Dalley also worked on the Waterfront Mall, Broadcast Center One, the Washington Community Center, and several other property projects during his tenure at NCRC.
Today, Benjamin C. Dalley holds the position of Managing Partner at Xebec Enterprises, LLC, which he founded while still employed with NCRC. Xebec Enterprises has found success in both real estate development and consulting under his guidance. Outside of his work with the company, Mr. Dalley serves as Operations and Development Director for the nonprofit Bike to the Beach, Inc., which raises funds for autism research. He also sits on the board of Adams Morgan Main Street Group, a community organization dedicated to promoting local businesses. In his free time, Mr. Dalley enjoys cycling, boating, barbecuing, carpentry, and sailing.