As President and CEO of The Bozzuto Group, Toby Bozzuto provides strategic and day-to-day leadership for more than 2,500 employees in eleven metropolitan areas. By fostering a strong corporate culture, he guides future growth and encourages the company to create extraordinary experiences for residents, clients, partners and each other. Mr. Bozzuto regularly lends his real estate expertise to leading publications such as The Wall Street Journal and The Harvard Business Review, as well as media outlets such as CNBC, Marketplace, Bloomberg Media, and Baltimore’s NPR Station WYPR. As a regular guest lecturer at Harvard University, Georgetown University, Cornell University, University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University, Mr. Bozzuto strives to share his insight and passion for creating community. For two years in a row, The Washington Post has named The Bozzuto Group as a “Top Workplace,” based solely on employee feedback and submissions. In 2016, Mr. Bozzuto, alongside his father Tom Bozzuto, accepted the William Donald Schaefer Industrialist of the Year Award from the Baltimore Museum of Industry. Additionally, he has received many recognitions, such as Developer of the Year by the District of Columbia Building Industry and Maryland Building Industry Association, one of Maryland Daily Record’s “Most Influential Marylanders,” Baltimore Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” and as a Commercial Property Executive Rising Leader. He also proudly joined the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion pledge, committing himself to advancing diversity throughout all levels of the workplace. An active member of his community, Mr. Bozzuto serves on the Board of Trustees for Colgate University, Kennedy Krieger Institute and the Gilman School. He is also a member of the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Policy Advisory Board, National Advisory Board for ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing, and the Young Presidents’ Organization. Mr. Bozzuto holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Colgate University and a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from New York University.