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New Members Join Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's Policy Advisory Board Executive Committee
The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to the Policy Advisory Board (PAB) Executive Committee. Joe Tyson, Tom Sudberry and Brad Geier will offer their industry insight to the now 40-person committee, which is headed by chairman John Robbins, managing director of Wachovia Securities Wholesale Mortgage Division. The PAB Executive Committee is comprised of senior business and real estate executives and provides policy guidance and financial support to the real estate program at USD.
Joseph B. Tyson is currently consulting in the capital markets area for several real estate and privately held technology companies. Tyson's focus prior to consulting includes two decades of operational management, capital markets and investment in the real estate area. Most recently, he served as president and chief operating officer at The Picerne Group, an international real estate investment company. Prior to joining The Picerne Group, Tyson worked at Pan Pacific Retail Properties Inc., a public Real Estate Investment Trust. He was executive vice president, chief financial officer, treasurer and secretary from 1999 until the sale of the company in October 2006. Tyson received his bachelor's degree in accounting from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.
Brad Geier is a founder, co-owner and chairman of Merlone Geier Partners, a private real estate investment and development firm focused on retail and mixed-use properties on the West Coast. Since 1994, Geier has also served as a managing director and general partner of M&H Realty Partners. Prior to the formation of M&H Realty Partners, Geier held senior positions with Trammell Crow Co. and The Taubman Co. from 1983-93. Geier received his bachelor's degree from Stanford and his MBA from Harvard Business School.
Tom Sudberry is president and founder of Sudberry Properties Inc. Under his leadership, Sudberry has developed nearly 6 million square feet with a market value of $800 million. Prior to starting Sudberry Properties, Sudberry was a U.S. Naval aviator and served on two Vietnam combat cruises. Sudberry received his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Rice University and his MBA from Stanford University. Sudberry also recently completed the Advanced Management Development Executive Program from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
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