Sandy Apgar is an international authority on housing, real estate and infrastructure. He advises senior executives and boards on strategy and operations in large, complex urban projects and designs and manages public-private partnerships. A Senior Counselor on Real Estate to the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), he has counseled more than 150 companies, institutions, governments and not-for-profits on some 500 portfolios and projects in 12 countries with an aggregate value over $500 billion. During the Clinton Administration, he served as Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations and Environment, where he oversaw the Army's global real estate portfolio and pioneered the award-winning military housing privatization program known as RCI (Residential Communities Initiative). He has taught at Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Oxford and is an "Eminent Fellow" of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a Counselor of Real Estate.