Thomas Lopez-Pierre serves as President/CEO of Black Lives Matter Real Estate Forum, LLC, a Black and Hispanic-owned social impact advisory firm that specializes in launching economic empowerment campaigns that build wealth and create jobs for Black and Hispanic people.
Black Lives Matter Real Estate Forum, LLC was founded on June 12, 2020, in the wake of the murder of George Floyd by the police.
Black Lives Matter Real Estate Forum, LLC sponsors a family of private equity real estate funds (i.e.: BLMREF Fund I, LLC, Black Doctors Real Estate Fund, Black Lawyers Real Estate Fund).
As the Fund Manager of BLMREF Fund I, LLC, a Black and Hispanic-owned social impact private equity real estate fund, Thomas Lopez-Pierre plans to invest with Black and Hispanic real estate developers in Black and Hispanic communities across America (including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands).
In 2021/2022, BLMREF Fund I, LLC will utilize Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Reg. D, Reg. CF, and Reg. A+ exemptions to raise millions of dollars from Black and Hispanic investors.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre is a New York State Licensed Real Estate Broker with Lopez-Pierre Realty, LLC.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre attended John Jay College/CUNY.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre is an "Agitator, Advocator & Activist" for economic justice for Black and Hispanic people in America!
Thomas Lopez-Pierre is committed to reforming capitalism from an exploitative Racist vehicle (urban colonialism) to an engine of economic empowerment for Black and Hispanic people.
For Thomas Lopez-Pierre, "Black Lives Matter" is more than a catchy slogan about police brutality, his twin brother was executed by an NYPD officer at 28 years old, so, unfortunately, he understands ALL too well the pain of having a family member killed by the police.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre was NOT born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he was abandoned at birth by his mother, born addicted to drugs, raised in foster care, and group homes, and attended low preforming public schools.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre and his ex-wife are partners in raising their three children (a 15-year-old son and 11-year-old twin daughters).
Thomas Lopez-Pierre is of Dominican, Puerto Rican, and Haitian descent.