June 23, 2014

Lafayette Entrepreneur Named to NFIB Leadership Council

Lafayette, IN (June 23, 2014) – The National Federation of Independent Business, Indiana’s leading small-business association, has named Loren King to its state Leadership Council.  King is the Chief Executive Officer of Trinitas Ventures, a student housing company that finances, develops, constructs and manages high quality student housing communities at major universities throughout the United States.  As a member of the NFIB/Indiana Leadership Council, King will assist in developing the association’s statewide agenda and building strategies to support small business throughout the state. Council members are nominated by either NFIB’s state director or current members and elected by the council. “I am honored to serve on the NFIB’s Indiana Leadership Council,” said King.  “I look forward to working with the other council members to ensure that the small business community in Indiana continues to grow and prosper.” Loren is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Law and earned a loren_kingMaster of Business Administration degree from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, with a concentration in New Venture and Real Estate Finance. He also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from DePauw University.  Prior to completing his law degree and Master of Business Administration degree, Loren worked in the international corporate affairs office of a multinational Fortune 500 company. He is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Indiana Apartment Association as well as a member of the Indiana and Illinois bar associations, his local chamber of commerce, and local, state and national apartment associations. Trinitas is a fully integrated student housing company that finances, develops, constructs and manages high quality student housing communities at major universities throughout the United States.  Trinitas currently owns and manages over $400 million in student housing assets consisting of more than 5,600 student housing beds.  Trinitas has financed more than $80 million in student housing through Q4 2013, is currently developing over $100 million in student housing assets consisting of over 1,200 beds for Fall 2014 completion.  The privately held real estate development company is headquartered in Lafayette, Indiana.  Learn more about Trinitas at www.trinitas-ventures.com.