National Advisory Board

The Terwilliger Center’s National Advisory Board, led by J. Ronald Terwilliger, provides strategic direction and ongoing program guidance. The National Advisory Board is comprised of a diverse group of top developers, public officials and thought-leaders from across the country. Members of the National Advisory Board serve renewable two-year terms.

J. Ronald Terwilliger – Chairman
Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Properties

Douglas Abbey
Swift Real Estate Partners

Toby Bozzuto
President and CEO
The Bozzuto Group

Daryl J. Carter
Chairman and CEO
Avanath Capital Management

Victoria Davis
Urban Atlantic

Hal Ferris
Spectrum Development Solutions

Marty Jones
President and CEO

Gadi Kaufmann
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer

Dara Kovel
Beacon Communities Development LLC

Linda Mandolini
Eden Housing

Dionne Nelson
Principal and CEO
Laurel Street Residential

Peter A. Pappas
Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners

Pamela Hughes Patenaude
J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families

Michael Pitchford
President and CEO
Community Preservation and Development Corporation

Nic Retsinas
Senior Lecturer
Harvard Business School

Rick Rosan
Past President
Urban Land Institute Foundation

Jonathan F.P. Rose
Jonathan Rose Companies

Robert M. Sharpe
Sharpe & Associates

Alazne (Ali) Solis
President and CEO
Make Room USA

Douglas Tymins
President and CEO
AIG Global Real Estate Investment Corp.

Stephen Whyte
Managing Director
Vitus Group, Inc.

Margaret A. Wylde
ProMatura Group, LLC

Bob Youngentob

About the Center

The mission of the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing is to create and sustain mixed-income, mixed-use neighborhoods that incorporate a full spectrum of housing choices. The Center achieves its mission through a multifaceted program of work including research and publications that examine data, policies and best practices in housing. In this section, explore our current and past research efforts as well as selected reports. The featured projects and reports represent the range of housing issues address through the Center’s program of work: innovations in master-planned communities; the intersection of housing affordability and transportation costs; and the role of demographics in housing policy and practice.