As President and Chief Executive Officer of The Bozzuto Group, Toby Bozzuto is responsible for providing strategic as well as day-to-day leadership for the company and its nearly 2,000 employees, in addition to helping guide future growth for all four of the company’s operating businesses - Bozzuto Development, Bozzuto Construction, Bozzuto Management and Bozzuto Homes.
Toby joined The Bozzuto Group in 2001, in 2007 was named Partner, and in 2013 was named President. He previously worked with J.P. Morgan Chase's Real Estate Debt Group, and was also a financial analyst with Columbia National Real Estate Finance.
In 2010, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley appointed Toby to a seat on the Maryland Health and Higher Education Facilities Authority, where he served for five years. He actively serves on the National Advisory Board for the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing, the Board of Trustees for the Kennedy Krieger Institute, and the Board of Trustees for The Gilman School.
Toby is a member of YPO (Young Presidents' Organization), a group that aims to develop better leaders through education and idea exchange, as well as the Urban Land Institute. He serves as a regular guest lecturer for the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, the Cornell University Baker Program in Real Estate, the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business real estate program, and Georgetown University.
Toby was named as the Maryland Building Industry Association’s 2014 Developer of the Year, one of The Daily Record's 2014 "Most Influential Marylanders", as Commercial Property Executive’s 2013 "Rising Leader" as well as to the Baltimore Business Journal’s "40 Under 40" list and The Daily Record's "Successful by 40" list. Toby holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colgate University and a Master of Science degree in Real Estate Development from New York University.