14th Annual Dunlop Lecture with J. Ronald Terwilliger: Housing America's Increasingly Diverse Population

Location: Harvard Graduate School of Design | 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge Piper Auditorium

J. Ronald Terwilliger is chairman of the Enterprise Community Partners Board of Trustees, vice chairman Enterprise Community Investment, and chairman emeritus of Trammel Crow Residential, the largest developer of multi-family housing in the United States.  He is past chairman of the Urban Land Institute and the immediate past chairman of the international board of directors of Habitat for Humanity.  An honor graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Ron served five years in the Navy, then received his MBA from Harvard Business School. Philanthropically, Ron made a $5 million gift to establish the ULI Terwilliger Center for Workforce Housing in 2007 and a $5 million gift to Enterprise to create the Enterprise Terwilliger Fund, which is expected to create 2,000 affordable homes annually. His $100 million legacy gift to Habitat for Humanity International will help 60,000 families access improved housing conditions.   In 2009, he was honored by the National Housing Conference with the Person of the Year Award, for his commitment and contributions to the affordable housing community.