J. Ronald Terwilliger

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"Mr. Terwilliger is Chairman Emeritus of Trammell Crow Residential which he joined in 1979. Trammell Crow Residential is a national residential real estate company and is the largest developer of multi-family housing in the United States. Mr. Terwilliger is an honor graduate of the United States Naval Academy. After serving five years in the Navy, he received his MBA degree with High Distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Business where he was elected a Baker Scholar.

"He is past Chairman of the Urban Land Institute and remains a Trustee. He additionally is Chairman Emeritus of the Wharton Real Estate Center, and past Chairman of the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership. Mr. Terwilliger is the immediate past Chairman of the International Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity, is an ex-officio member of the Board, and chairs Habitat's $4 billion Global Capital Campaign. He currently serves on the Investment Committee of the Naval Academy Foundation, and is a past Chairman of the National Association of Homebuilders Multifamily Leadership Board. He also serves as a member of the Executive Committee of Enterprise Community Partners Board of Trustees.

"Mr. Terwilliger has been recognized with the ULI Atlanta Community Achievement Award and the ORT Award, bestowed for his support and efforts to improve the world through his good deeds. He received the Hearthstone Builder Humanity Award in 2006 for his commitment to housing related charities and in 2008 was elected to the National Association of Homebuilder's Hall of Fame in recognition of his efforts to advance housing opportunities for all Americans. In 2009, Mr. Terwilliger was honored by the National Housing Council with the Person of the Year Award, for his commitment and contributions to the affordable housing community. In addition, he has been honored by the United States Naval Academy with the 2009 Distinguished Graduate Award, for his lifetime commitment to service, personal character and distinguished contributions to our nation. "[1]


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  1. ihaveadreamfoundation J. Ronald Terwilliger, organizational web page, accessed June 2, 2013.