2020/21 Board of Directors

Timothy R. Lowery is a Director with the global commercial real estate investment firm Hines and serves as the General Manager of the CityCenterDC project in  Downtown Washington, D.C.

Mr. Lowery has overseen the management, operations, marketing, and tenant relations for the retail center at the landmark, mixed‐use development since its  opening. Mr. Lowery is responsible for the general coordination of all uses, including office, retail, residential rental, condominium and hotel at CityCenterDC,  managing the activities of a team of approximately one hundred and fifty  professionals. Under Mr. Lowery’s noteworthy leadership, CityCenterDC has been  recognized as one of the most significant and transformative downtown projects in  the nation, garnering awards from the real estate, retail and marketing spheres  including MAXI® Awards from the International Council of Shopping Centers,  ADDY® American Advertising Awards from the American Advertising Federation,  two EMMY® Awards from The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and multiple DowntownDC Momentum Awards.

Mr. Lowery has been with Hines since 2002 in New York and Washington, D.C. and  has been responsible for the management, coordination, due diligence, project  management, leasing, marketing and programming of over eight million square‐ feet of property developed and acquired by Hines in multiple regions during his  tenure with the company.

A social and cultural luminary in the community of Washington, D.C., Mr. Lowery  was named by Washingtonian Magazine in 2016 as one of the top ten Washington,  D.C. Style Setters and by Washington Life Magazine as a Washington Trendsetter.  Mr. Lowery is currently a member of the Board of Trustees for The Shakespeare  Theatre Company and The Harmen Center for the Performing Arts, a member of  the Board of Directors for The Washington Ballet, a member of Children’s National  Hospital Foundation’s Corporate Advisory Council, a member of the Board of  Directors for the DowntownDC BID Foundation and a member of the Board of  Directors for the Penn Quarter Neighborhood Association.