3 for 3: Quentin Primo

Hear from Quintin Primo on his career in real estate and how his success with Capri Capital has enabled him to help those in need.

Company Video

2 minutes

Mar 15, 2022

Joining our hosts Dick Stockton, legendary sportscaster, and Bill Jacobs, Impact’s Chief Diversity Officer, on this episode of 3 for 3— Impact’s video series where we take a look at the journeys, careers, and achievements of extraordinary people who’ve made history, broken down barriers, and continue to bring change to their communities. In this episode, we’re joined by Quintin Primo, CEO and chairman of Capri Capital. 

A native of Chicago, Illinois, Primo began his career in banking after graduating from Indiana University with a B.S. in finance and an MBA from Harvard Business school. He founded Capri Capital in 1992 and is now one of the largest minority-owned real estate investment management firms in the United States. 

Primo’s success isn’t limited to just real estate, either. The Primo Center, a transition homeless shelter in Chicago founded 40 years ago by Bishop Quintin Primo Jr. (Quintin’s father), is one of his projects which aims to empower families to become productive, responsible, and independent members of their communities. It is the largest provider of services and shelter for homeless children in Chicago. 

About 3 for 3: As Impact continues to work closely with Bill Jacobs, Chief Diversity Officer, on various initiatives, this 12-month long video series featuring Dick Stockton will showcase 12 different guests about their journeys both personally and professionally. The series covers careers, diversity and technology. 


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