As President and CEO of Bozzuto, Toby Bozzuto provides strategic and day-to-day leadership for more than 2,100 employees in eleven metropolitan areas and guides future growth for the company’s four operating divisions: Bozzuto Development, Bozzuto Construction, Bozzuto Management and Bozzuto Homes. Toby’s leadership encourages the company and brand to become more innovative, thoughtful and dynamic while resting firmly on Bozzuto’s core values of Concern, Creativity, Passion, and Perfection as a goal.
Recently featured in leading publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Harvard Business Review, and The Washington Post, Toby regularly lends his real estate expertise to additional top-tier media outlets such as CNBC, Wharton Business Radio Real Estate Hour, Bloomberg Media and Baltimore’s NPR station, WYPR. Toby serves as a regular guest lecturer for Harvard University, Georgetown University, Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate, and Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
Toby is an active member on the Board of Trustees for Colgate University, the Board of Trustees for the Kennedy Krieger Institute, the Board of Trustees for the Gilman School, the National Advisory Board for the Urban Land Institute’s Terwilliger Center for Housing, the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Policy Advisory Board and is a member of the Young Presidents Organization. In 2010, then Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley appointed Toby to the Maryland Health and Higher Education Facilities Authority where he served for five years.
Toby holds a B.A. in English from Colgate University and a M.S. in Real Estate Development from New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies.