Bill is responsible for formulating and implementing Microsoft’s main campus refresh initiative, consisting of 502 acres (203 hectares) of campus setting and 14 Million SF (1.3 million meters sq.) of work place and support spaces. The program will deliver an environment that enables Microsoft employees to do their best innovative work.
As a senior real estate executive, Bill possesses 22 years of achievements in real estate development and finance, project development and execution, acquisitions, campus planning and engineering in both public sector and major real estate development companies. He directly managed highly visible and key development projects involving complex equity groups and financing in the 11 major markets in the US as well as implementing strategies for development operations internationally.
Bill holds a Master in Urban Planning from Harvard University, a customized multidisciplinary program consisting of studies from Harvard Business School, Harvard Law School, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Kennedy School of Government, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Bill also has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Studies from Bucknell University.
In his free time, Bill enjoys an intense squash match, hiking, and pays green fees to perform gruesome landscape work on the world’s finest golf courses.
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
11:00 AM – 11:45 AM
Fullerton Hotel Ballroom, Lower Lobby Level
Improving the resilience of existing assets and cities, re-purposing assets and responding to changing user patterns of urban space