Darryl Street has served as the Senior Financial Policy Advisor to the District of Columbia’s Chief Financial Officer, Jeffrey S. DeWitt, since February 2015. Mr. Street provides advice on a wide array of financial issues, including debt structuring and refinancing opportunities. He is
responsible for calculating and managing the District's debt capacity model to ensure that the District stays within its federally and locally mandated debt limits. Mr. Street also leads the OCFO's team responsible for the development of a long-range capital financial plan to address
the infrastructure financing challenges of the District of Columbia. He is responsible for instituting direct outreach to institutional investors in the debt of the District of Columbia by organizing investor conferences and the development and management of the District’s investor relations website. He serves as a financial liaison from the Office of the Chief Financial Officer to the Washington Convention and Sports Authority (WCSA) and other select governmental agencies performing various financial analyses for those entities. Mr. Street serves as part of the
OCFO executive team for issues related to the financial challenges of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), and also serves as liaison to the Mayor's Office of Public Private Partnerships in evaluating financing opportunities for various P3 proposals and their impact on the District's debt limit.
Mr. Street is a former vice president of a financial advisory firm located in Irvine, California. While at that firm, he advised on more than $12 billion in debt issuances for state and local governments, including the state of California and the city of Los Angeles. Prior to working as a
financial advisor, he served in a variety of positions within public finance, including as an investment banker, a guaranteed investment contracts provider, as well as working for the city of Los Angeles in the debt management group within the Office of the City Administrative Officer.
Mr. Street holds a Master's degree in finance and a Bachelor’s degree in business management from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He is also a member of the Government Finance Officers Association and the Association of Public Finance Professionals for the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.