BMC Appoints Douglas Wilson to its Policy Advisory Board

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Photo is of Douglas Wilson

In October, the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate (BMC) announced the appointment of Douglas Wilson, chairman and CEO of Douglas Wilson Companies, as the newest member of its policy advisory board (PAB).

The PAB provides policy guidance and financial support to the BMC and real estate students at the University of San Diego School of Business. With this new appointment, the BMC's PAB is currently comprised of 55 members, including six emeritus members. 

“We are thrilled to have Doug rejoining our PAB and we welcome him on board,” says Stath Karras, executive director of the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate. “Doug is well regarded in our industry and will make significant contributions to our student-centric mission.”

About Douglas Wilson
Douglas Wilson is chairman and CEO of Douglas Wilson Companies. For 35 years, he has offered problem resolution, development and real estate management services. Douglas has overseen the development and management of nearly $15 billion in assets and has served as a court-appointed fiduciary for over 1,200 state and federal court matters. Previously, Doug served as the managing general partner of the company that developed Symphony Towers, one of downtown San Diego’s largest mixed-use projects. Douglas is actively engaged in numerous organizations including California Receivers Forum, San Diego Bankruptcy Forum (where he served as president), Urban Land Institute and the Lambda Alpha land economics. He is past vice chair of the Downtown San Diego Partnership and past member of the boards of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, La Jolla Playhouse, Museum of Photographic Arts and San Diego County Metropolitan YMCA. Douglas earned his bachelor’s in arts from the University of Denver. He has authored articles for general news and business publications and is often a featured speaker at industry functions.


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