Brooklyn, New York
B.A., Philosophy, Colgate University
Galton brings 5 years of invaluable real estate experience to MIT’s MSRED program. He started his career underwriting multifamily loans for Hunt Real Estate Capital. Later, he assumed a pivotal role on Rockefeller Center’s Asset Management team at Tishman Speyer, where his insightful contributions actively drove strategic growth.
Growing up in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, Galton cultivated a deep understanding and appreciation for the transformative power of real estate development as he witnessed his neighborhood evolve from a quaint community into a vibrant hub within the bustling city of New York.
Over the past 4 years, Galton has been privileged to explore 16 countries, a journey that has significantly enriched his global perspective. He aims to leverage these experiences into a successful international real estate venture, with an acute focus on housing and hospitality.
Galton received a B.A. in Philosophy from Colgate University. During his leisure time, he finds joy in photography, anime, and music.