Brian F. Lavin, president and chief executive officer of NTS Development Company

Brian F. Lavin, president and chief executive officer of NTS Development Company, will visit UMSL on March 11 to discuss “Public Private Partnership’s Maximum Value for a University Foundation” as part of UMSL’s Distinguished Speaker Series.

Brian F. Lavin, president and chief executive officer of NTS Development Company, will discuss “Public Private Partnership’s Maximum Value for a University Foundation” at 5:30 p.m. March 11 in the Millennium Student Center at University of Missouri–St. Louis.

The event is part of UMSL’s Distinguished Speaker Series and invites leaders of notable achievement to speak on a timely topic.

Lavin, who earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from UMSL, has served as the president and chief executive officer of each of NTS Realty Capital and NTS Realty Partners, as well as director of NTS Realty Capital since their formation in 2004. Lavin also has served as president of NTS Corporation and NTS Development Company since June 1997 and of NTS Mortgage Income Fund since September 1997. As such, he is responsible for all NTS commercial real estate development and land acquisitions, and oversees the management of all office buildings, business centers, multi-family and single-family residential divisions.

The UMSL Executive Leadership Consortium coordinates the speaker series. ELC prepares students and a cross-section of career professionals to become effective leaders to meet current and future demands in response to regional needs and beyond.

Karen Carroll, executive fellow at the consortium and president of kcienterprise, will moderate the program. A reception will follow.

The series is sponsored by the E. Desmond Lee Professor for Developing Women Leaders and Entrepreneurs in International Business, the College of Business Administration; UMSL Alumni Association and UMSL Executive Leadership Consortium.

The program is free and opened to the public. Visit pcs.umsl.edu or call 314-516-4749 for more information.

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