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Chairman Linda Cropp, at the request of the Mayor
A PROPOSED RESOLUTION IN THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
To confirm the appointment of Mr. Terence C. Golden to the Washington Convention Center
Board of Directors.
RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this resolution may be cited
as the Washington Convention Center Authority Board of Directors Terence C. Golden
Confirmation Resolution of 1997.
Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the
Mr. Terence C. Golden
4869 Glenbrook Road, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016
as a public member of the Washington Convention Center Authority Board of Directors,
established by section 205 of the Washington Convention Center Authority Act of 1994, D.C.
Law 10-188, effective September 28, 1994, replacing Alberto Gomez, whose term ended May
16, 1996, for a term to end May 16, 1999, and as Chairman to serve at the pleasure of the
Sec. 3. The Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy
of this resolution, upon its adoption, each to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.
Sec. 4. This resolution shall take effect immediately.
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4869 Glenbrook Road, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016
1985- 1988: GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION Washington, DC
Administrator. Appointed by President Reagan and confirmed by the Senate to head
the government's largest central agency. GSA had 20,000 employees and a budget of $10
billion. GSA is responsible for the construction and management of Federal facilities
(7,000 buildings), the procurement of the government's telecommunications equipment and
computers (17,000 mainframes and 750,000 minicomputers), the procurement of federal
supplies and materials (4.2 million items) and the disposal of the government's excess
facilities ($500 million per year). GSA is also responsible for establishing and
maintaining regulations for procurement, travel, and property disposal.
1984-1985: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Washington, DC
Assistant Secretary (Administration Management). Responsible for administration
within the Treasury Department, including budgeting, congressional relations with the
Appropriation Committees, personnel, accounting, financial systems, long-range planning,
management information systems, purchasing and facilities. The Department of the Treasury
has 125,000 employees and a budget of $5.2 billion.
1995-Present: HOST MARRIOTT CORPORATION Bethesda, Ml
President and CEO. Host Marriott Corporation is an acquisition company focusing on
acquiring high quality, full service hotels Host Marriott purchased approximately $1.5
billion worth of real estate in 1996. Host Marriott is one of the largest owners of
lodging properties in the world. Total assets: Over $4 billion. Number of full service
1991-1995: BAILEY REALTY CORPORATION Washington, DC
Owner and Chairman. Bailey Realty is an investment company which buys multifamily
housing projects, loan portfolios, high yield tax exempt bonds and office buildings
throughout the United States. Bailey Realty also provides a range of real estate related
services to institutions and individuals, including market studies, financial
analyses project evaluations, asset management, property management and asset dispositions
Bailey Realty Corporation has been a financial advisor to commercial banks concerning
their problem real estate.
1989-1991: THE OLIVER CARR COMPANY Washington, DC
Chief Financial Officer. Responsible for accounting, cash management, tax, and
corporate and project financing for one of the largest real estate companies in the
Mid-Atlantic Region (Assets: $1.5 billion).
1916-1984: TRAMMELL CROW RESIDENTIAL COMPANIES Dallas, TX
TRAMMELL CROW AFFILIATED COMPANIES
National Managing Partner. The Trammell Crow Residential Companies and Affiliated
developed apartments, office buildings, warehouses, single-family homes, subdivisions and
condominiums and managed apartments and shopping centers. The Trammell Crow Residential
and Affiliated Companies had assets in excess of one billion dollars and over 2,000
employees. Construction volume in 1983: approximately $310 million.
1973-1 9?6: PALMAS REALTY CORPORATION Palmas del Mar, Puerto Rico
President and Chairman of the Board. Puerto Rican real estate and resort operating
company. Sales: $17 million. Assets: $98 million.
1970-1973: NUCLEAR ENERGY DIVISION -- BABCOCK & WILCOX COMPANY
1971-1973: BABCOCK BROWN BOVERI REAKTOR GMBH Manheim, Germany
Manager, Marketing and Business Planning.
1970: B&W COMMERCIAL NUCLEAR FUEL PLANT Lynchburg, Virginia
Manager, Systems & Controls.
1968-1970: HARVARD UNIVERSITY, GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Master of Business Administration, 1970.
1966- 1967: MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering, 1968. Atomic Energy Commission Fellowship.
1962-1966: UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (nuclear option), 1966. Cum Laude.
CIVIC AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Director, Board of Directors, National Capital Development Corporation (MCI Arena
Director, Board of Directors, The Cafritz Foundation
Director, Board of Directors, Cousins Properties Inc.
Director, Board of Directors, Prime Retail, L.P. (NYSE company)
Co-Chair, Early Childhood Collaborative Committee
Member, Federal City Council
Member, Rivlin Commission (1991-1992)
Co-Chair, District of Columbia Mayoral Transition Committee on Education (1995)
Member, District of Columbia Inter-Governmental Coordinating Committee on Education
Member, Board of Directors, East of the River Community Development Corporation (September
1993 - April 1994)
Member, Corporation Support Committee, Washington Parent Group Fund (1990-1993)
Member, Committee on Strategies to Reduce Chronic Poverty (1990-l 993)
Member, Advisory Council, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The
Johns Hopkins University (1990-1992)
Chairman, District of Columbia Public Education Cornmittee (1989- 1993)
Trustee, National Building Museum (1989-1993)
Director, Board of Directors, Greater Dallas Planning Council (1981-1984)
Director, Board of Directors, Dallas Challenge, Inc. (1984)
Member, Urban Design Task Force, City of Dallas (1983-1984)
Member, Advisory Board, Arts Magnet High School, Dallas Independent School District
Member, Advisory Board, Graduate School of Business, University of Dallas (1919-1982)
Chairman, Board of Directors, Park Cities Montessori School (1980- 1982)
Member, Residential Council, Urban Land Institute (1978-1982)
Director, Board of Directors, Love Field Citizens Action Committee (1979-1982)
Member, Joint Committee on City Planning, City of Dallas (1983)
Director, Board of Directors, Dallas Market Center (1981-1984)
Washingtonian of the Year (1989)
Surgeon General of the United States Public Health Service Award (1987)
Board of Directors Award, Senior Executive Service, U. S. Government