Senior Director
Hayat Brown

Jenifer Boss, PMP, a Director in Hayat Brown’s St. Louis, MO office, has 12+ years of public sector and advisory experience with local, state, federal, and higher education entities. She specializes in capturing value and delivering facilities through public-private partnerships. Ms. Boss leads the real estate program management office for Howard University and served as the project manager for Dartmouth College student housing initiatives, leading project scoping and development partner selection activities. She recently assisted Robert Morris University to assess occupancy options for their downtown campus and is currently advising Carlow University as it delivers a mixed use academic/commercial facility at the gateway to its campus. Ms. Boss has assisted the City of Falls Church, VA to commercialize of a 10-acre tract of land with education-friendly uses to offset the costs of constructing a new high school, including housing, a hotel, and retail uses. She also supported Travis County’s monetization project of the 308 Guadalupe site in downtown Austin and is currently supporting its Civil and Family Courts Facility project. Prior to Hayat Brown, Ms. Boss was a Senior Director in Alvarez & Marsal’s P3-Real Estate-Infrastructure Advisory practice and before consulting, she served as the Director of Business Development for the District of Columbia, where she led business attraction and retention efforts by crafting and implementing economic strategic plans, conducting economic impact analyses, and devising public incentives arrangements. Ms. Boss earned a Master’s in Urban Planning from the University of Michigan and a BA in sociology and international studies from St. Xavier University. She also holds a graduate certificate in Real Estate Development from the University of Michigan.


Jul 28

Thursday, July 28, 2022

Panel – Where We Are Today

1:00pm – 2:15pm

This panel will provide examples of current efforts to intertwine equity and real estate development and outline both continued barriers and positive efforts made for full inclusion in the industry.