BRYAN J. KOOP serves as Senior Vice President and Regional Manager for the Boston Region of Boston Properties. Mr. Koop is responsible for overseeing all operations, development and new business opportunities for the Boston region. The portfolio of properties includes the Prudential Center, John Hancock Tower, Atlantic Wharf, Kendall Center and Marriott Hotel Cambridge, totaling over 13.5 million square feet of commercial office and retail space. During Mr. Koop’s tenure, the Boston Region has developed over 2.7 million square feet of commercial office space. Projects include 111 Huntington Avenue, a 36 story high-rise in Boston's Back Bay, which was a recipient of the 2006 Urban Land Institute Award for Excellence; the Broad Institute World Headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts; 77 CityPoint (LEED Gold), New England’s First Speculative Green Office Building located in Waltham; and Atlantic Wharf, Boston’s first Green skyscraper (LEED Platinum), and recipient of the 2012 Urban Land Institute Award of Excellence. He has spearheaded innovations in sustainable LEED EB strategy portfolio wide. Prior to joining Boston Properties in 1999, Mr. Koop served at Trammell Crow Company from 1982-1999 where his career covered the development of commercial office buildings, shopping centers and hotels. From 1993-1999 his position was Managing Director and Regional Leader for Trammell Crow Company's New England region. Mr. Koop received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, in 1980, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, in 1982, from Texas Christian University. Mr. Koop is the Past Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Back Bay Association. He is also a Board of Director for the Massachusetts Chapter of NAIOP, Children's Hospital Champions for Children’s (2012 CoChair), Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and Former Chairman of Providence College Parent’s Foundation. In 2009, Mr. Koop was selected to serve on the City of Boston’s Climate Action Leadership Committee. Mr. Koop was named to the City of Boston’s Green Ribbon Commission, and co-chairs the Adaptation Working Group’s Steering Committee to advise the City on the implementation of its Climate Action Plan, and promote best practices that advance Boston’s goals for energy efficiency and other climate action steps. Mr. Koop was also selected to serve on the Citizen’s Committee on Boston’s Future. Mr. Koop is a member of ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers) in which he received the ICSC Annual Award for Shopping Center Design and Development.