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Roland O. Campbell, Jr., GRI - President & CEO
Roland O. Campbell, Jr., GRI - President & CEO
Telephone: 410-486-0100 - Ext.11
Email: rocampbell@rocrealty.com

Work Experience

Roland O. Campbell, Jr. is the President and CEO of ROC Incorporated. Roland formed ROC Incorporated in 1989 and has been a licensed real estate professional since 1982. In this position as President and CEO, Roland is responsible for strategic planning, managing daily operations, project coordination and business development for ROC Real Estate Advisors. He has provided real estate services to a number of major clients including: The Federal Home Loan Bank/ Freddie Mac, The Bon Secours Baltimore Health System, McDonald’s Corporation, Coppin State University, The State of Maryland’s Department of General Services, the University of Maryland Medical System Corporation, The Maryland Department of Transportation (Md/Ta) and the Johns Hopkins Health System, and the Forest City New East Baltimore Partnership.


Roland has managed many successful mixed-use development projects which required creative financing. Funding sources often used included tax credits, block grants and other Federal and State funding sources. Roland’s other responsibilities with these projects included, coordinating and managing the activities of sub-contractors to project completion.


Roland has served in leadership roles in a number of professional and civic organizations. He currently serves or has recently served on the Board of Directors for organizations including: The Governor’s Commission on Small Business, The Governor' The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce, Vice Chair; The Baltimore County Revenue Authority; The Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, Chairman; Baltimore County Workforce Development Council; The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce, President; The Bon Secours Baltimore Health System, Secretary; The Bon Secours Foundation, Uniting For Life, Inc., Chair; The Greater Baltimore Committee’s Leadership Program (class of “92”); and, The Leadership’s Minority Out-Reach Committee, Chair. He has also served on the Urban Land Institute’s District Council Executive Committee and the Greater Baltimore Committee’s Bridging the Gap Advisory Committee. He is a graduate of the 2005 Leadership Maryland Program.


Roland has received numerous awards including: The Governor’s Citation in recognition of his efforts to provide equal opportunity in economic development for people of all races in the State of Maryland; The Governor’s citation for participation on the Small Business Task Force in 2009, The Monumental Bar Association’s Certificate of Achievement in Economic Development Award and an Award of Appreciation from the Social Security Administration’s Black Affairs Advisory Council. He was recognized by The University of Maryland University College/ The Maryland Chamber of Commerce and The Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs as one of the 2007 TOP 100 MBE’S.


ROC Incorporated is certified as a MBE by The City of Baltimore (92-001940), The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) 00-094 and has graduated from the Small Business Administration 8(a) SDB (case # 106853).

Roland is a Graduate of the Realtor’s Institute (GRI) and has earned a certificate from the Allan Berman Real Estate Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. Roland is currently a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) candidate. He is a licensed real estate broker in the State of Maryland and Washington D.C.

Roland O. Campbell, Jr., G.R.I.
Statement of Qualification: Principle-In-Charge
  • Over 30 years of full-service Real Estate experience

  • Tenant and Owner Representation

  • Lease Acquisitions and Negotiations

  • Market Surveys

  • Development Management

  • Property Acquisition and Disposition

  • Tenant Improvement Negotiations

  • Sub-Leasing/ Out-Leasing Negotiations

  • Lease Renewal Negotiations

  • Space Expansion Negotiations

  • Real Estate Advisory and Consulting

  • I-95, I-895 and I-395, Real Estate and Market Analysis Consulting for Md/Ta. ROC was responsible for the evaluation of authority air space properties. Our task was the review of the available inventory of Md/Ta owned air space properties for each location. ROC reviewed existing lease, tax records and site information made available by Md/Ta. We conducted site visits, provided photographs, and prepared a summary report for each site describing the site, its current use as well as a summary of the lease terms and the market potential for each site. We delivered site summary forms with a spreadsheet to enable the department the capability to maintain up to date information on each location. We also provided our valuation of current lease market value for each location.

    State of Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development: Contract SOOOP5201164, the ROC team’s responsibility as a sub-contractor was the coordination of and review of appraisal valuations provided on certain multi-family apartment buildings through out the State of Maryland which utilized low income housing tax credits and other State Funding sources provided and administered by DHCD.


    State of Maryland Asset Maximization Project, The ROC team was assigned the task of meeting with the leadership of various State agencies to determine how their real estate was being utilized in the fulfillment of their various missions. We also made recommendations as to whether some agencies could potentially co-locate and if there would be a synergistic or cost savings benefit realized by doing so.


    Project Name: Md/TA Contract Number 10132131, Market Study

    ROC was responsible for the identification of available existing office space or vacant land that was within five miles of all three Central Region Maintenance Centers. As part of that effort, ROC Realty and the prime contractor met with the Baltimore Development Corporation and other property owners to discuss available sites and redevelopment plans in the study area. ROC provided a written summary of the study results including the location, size, advertised cost or assessed value as appropriate, driving distance from the site to each maintenance facility. We estimated driving time to each maintenance site during rush hour, size of the site and the available or potential office space, distance to the nearest transit stop and number of transit stops with 1000 feet of the site.