Chief Administrative Officer
The Bozzuto Group

As Chief Administrative Officer, Julie is responsible for the oversight and strategy of Bozzuto’s Marketing, Human Resources, Technology, and Research departments. Julie’s expertise in brand building, talent, and technology is integral in the company’s ongoing expansion efforts into targeted markets as well as in the alignment of the Bozzuto brand with the evolving expectations of today’s customer. Previously, Julie served as president of Bozzuto Management Company, overseeing a $9 billion portfolio that included more than 50,000 units in more than 200 apartment communities throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Southern regions. Under Julie’s leadership, Bozzuto Management grew from an organization with 15 employees to one of more than 2,000, and was named Property Management Firm of the Year once by Multi-Housing News (2011) and twice by the National Association of Home Builders (2000 and 2009). In 2015, Julie was named one of Washington’s Women of Influence by the Washington Business Journal as well as the top ten most influential women in multifamily by Multifamily Executive Magazine. She was also named the magazine’s 2013 Multifamily Executive of the Year. Julie holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Economics from the State University of New York at Oswego. She serves on the board of Victory Housing and is an Advisory Board Member for the Master in Real Estate Development (MRED) program at the University of Maryland. She also chairs the Diversity Committee for the National Multifamily Housing Council and is Vice Chair of Women’s Leadership Initiative for ULI Washington, DC.

Sessions

Apr 17

April 17, 2018

Concurrent Session- Diversity In Building Resilient Real Estate Companies

2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Ballroom A

In today's competitive commercial real estate market, companies must seek every advantage to achieve business success, and must be resilient against any eventuality.  Companies that respond to the distinctive real estate needs of diverse groups…