Toby Bozzuto Joins National Advisory Board for ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing

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WASHINGTON (August 14, 2013) – Toby Bozzuto, a nationally recognized leader in housing, has been appointed to the National Advisory board of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Terwilliger Center for Housing, the Center announced today. In this role, Bozzuto will be tasked with providing strategic direction and ongoing program guidance, identifying ways the Center can support the creation of a full range of housing opportunities in communities across the United States.

“Toby’s energy and expertise are a wonderful addition to the National Advisory Board,” said Lynn Ross, executive director of the Terwilliger Center. “It is our privilege to have a member of Toby’s caliber join the board and provide strategic direction for the Center’s ongoing work.”

Bozzuto currently serves as the president of The Bozzuto Group, based in Greenbelt, Md. In this role, he is responsible for the overall day-to-day direction of the company, its six divisions, and more than 1,300 employees. Prior to his current position, he was president of Bozzuto Development Company, where he oversaw development activities for the company’s apartment development operations. Before joining The Bozzuto Group as a partner in 2001, he worked with J.P. Morgan Chase’s Real Estate Debt Group and as a financial analyst with Columbia National Real Estate Finance.

“It is an honor to join the Board of the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing,” said Bozzuto.  “I have the upmost respect for Ron Terwilliger’s efforts to expand workforce housing and very much look forward to contributing to the Center’s goal of facilitating, creating, and sustaining a full spectrum of housing opportunities—including affordable and workforce housing—in communities across the country.”

The Terwilliger Center’s National Advisory Board, chaired by J. Ronald Terwilliger, chairman emeritus, Trammell Crow Residential, is comprised of a diverse group of top developers, public officials and thought-leaders from across the country. In addition to Terwilliger and Bozzuto, other Board members include:  Doug Abbey, chairman, Swift Real Estate Partners; Victoria Davis, president, Urban Atlantic; Marty Jones, president and chief executive officer, MassDevelopment; Hal Ferris, principal, Spectrum Development Solutions; Dara Kovel, chief housing officer, Connecticut Housing Finance Authority; John K. McIlwain, senior resident fellow and ULI/ J. Ronald Terwilliger Center for Housing, ULI; Peter Pappas, chief executive officer, Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners; Patrick Phillips, chief executive officer, ULI; Michael Pitchford, president and chief executive officer, Community Preservation and Development Corporation; Susan Powers, president, Urban Ventures; Nic Retsinas, senior lecturer, Harvard Business School; Rick Rosan, past president, ULI Foundation; Jonathan F.P. Rose, president, Jonathan Rose Companies; Robert M. Sharpe, president, Robert Sharpe and Associates; Alazne (Ali) Solis, senior vice president and public policy & corporate affairs executive, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.; and Bob Youngentob, president, EYA.

About the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing
The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing was established in 2007 with a $5 million endowment to ULI from former ULI Chairman J. Ronald Terwilliger, chairman emeritus of Trammell Crow Residential and chairman of the ULI Terwilliger Center. The mission of the Center is to expand housing opportunity by leveraging the private sector and other partners to create and sustain mixed-income, mixed-use urban and suburban neighborhoods that incorporate a full spectrum of housing choices including workforce housing.

About the Urban Land Institute
The Urban Land Institute (uli.org) is a nonprofit education and research institute supported by its members. Its mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. Established in 1936, the Institute has nearly 30,000 members representing all aspects of land use and development disciplines.