||Arthur I. Segel
Poorvu Family Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business School, Harvard University
Segel is a professor at the Harvard Business School specializing in real estate and urbanization issues. In 1982, Segel was a cofounder/owner of TA Associates Realty, before which he was vice president at Boston Properties and deputy for finance at Massport under Governor Dukakis. In 2005, he also cofounded the Xander Funds, primarily focused on private equity real estate in India. He is also cofounder of two nonprofits, the 21st Century Fund and the Tobin Project, which won the MacArthur Genius Award for its work on inequality. Segel is a trustee of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and of Yad Hanadiv, a Rothschild family foundation, and serves on the advisory committees of High Vista and the SRB Corporation.