Mahlon (Sandy) Apgar

MAHLON (SANDY) APGAR, IV is an international authority on housing, infrastructure, and real estate.  His consulting, teaching, writing and speaking span management issues in private and public enterprise. He has advised boards and senior executives of more than 150 corporations, governments and non-profit organizations in the US and abroad on leadership, business development, strategic transformation, organizational realignment, portfolio and program management, operations improvement and information systems.  He served as Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations and Environment, where he oversaw a $220 billion infrastructure portfolio, managed a $12 billion operating budget, established the Army's signature program to privatize military housing, and streamlined the management of historic military properties.  He also patented a corporate real estate evaluation method and has pioneered strategies for workforce mobility and telework. Mr. Apgar has authored more than 60 professional articles, including seven in the Harvard Business Review, and has edited two books, including New Perspectives on Community Development.  He is a Governor of the Urban Land Institute Foundation, a former Chairman of ULI's Commercial-Retail and Corporate Real Estate Councils, and a former ULI Trustee.  He designed and taught the first MBA course in Real Estate at Oxford.  He received an MBA from the Harvard Business School and an AB from Dartmouth College, and researched British housing and urban development policy at Oxford.