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Todd Bancroft

Alderman Ward 3
(630) 443-7974
Ward 3

Positions Held

Appointed 2013; Elected Since 2015

Todd grew up in St. Charles and graduated from St. Charles High School, where he met his wife Michelle. Todd and Michelle have two sons.

Todd is president and chief executive officer of Draper and Kramer, Incorporated, and its parent company, DKH, Incorporated. An industry veteran, his career has spanned a wide range of real estate areas including more than 20 years of experience in law, acquisitions and development, commercial finance, residential management, residential mortgage lending, sales and marketing.

He was appointed president and CEO in 2018 after more than four years as chief operations officer and general counsel, overseeing operations across all four of Draper and Kramer’s divisions including acquisitions and development, commercial finance, residential management and residential mortgage services. In this role he optimized operations across all departments, and was responsible for strategy and direction of all aspects of operational policies, objectives, initiatives, and legal matters. He joined Draper and Kramer in 2012 as chief administrative officer, senior vice president and general counsel, responsible for mortgage and cash management operations.

Previously, Todd was a founding partner with Bancroft, Richman & Goldberg LLC, a Chicago-area law firm focused on real estate and commercial transactions. He started his career with Equity Marketing Services, Inc., as executive vice president with a focus on condominium sales, marketing, and conversions.

Todd graduated from the University of Illinois College of Commerce in 1990, and received his bachelor’s degree in accountancy. In 1993, he graduated from the University of Florida College of Law with a juris doctorate. He is a licensed real estate managing broker in the state of Illinois and a licensed real estate broker in the state of Michigan. He is also a member of the bar in both Illinois and Florida and the senior editorial board for the Florida Law Review.