Grand Rounds with Dan Millman
About Dan Millman
Dan Millman is a Co-Founder, Principal, and Chief Operating Officer of Tuner Impact Capital, a vertically integrated, institutional real estate investment company focused on creating innovative and durable solutions to many of today’s societal challenges by investing in community-enriching infrastructure in underserved communities throughout the U.S. Founded in 2014, the firm is on course to surpass $3 billion in investment potential. Dan plays a role in all of the firm’s investment strategies and is an architect of the Turner Healthcare Facilities Fund, which targets a reduction in preventable healthcare disparities through the delivery of cost-effective, clinically efficient healthcare facilities for best-in-class healthcare providers focused on the delivery of value-based healthcare.
A 30-year real estate industry veteran, Dan has a broad range of experience in fund formation, investor relations, portfolio management and investment-level strategies, and is an expert in helping scale high-performing organizations. Throughout his career, he has been responsible for the development, financing, operation and disposition of over $10 billion of real estate assets across all major property types.
Immediately prior to co-founding Turner Impact Capital, Dan spent over a decade overseeing all of the equity and debt investments of Canyon Capital Realty Advisors, where he was a Principal and served as a member of the investment and executive committees. While at Canyon, Dan was also responsible for the launch of several ground-breaking real estate funds including the $200mm Canyon Catalyst Fund, the $200mm Canyon Multifamily Impact Fund, and the take- over, management and realization of a $570mm portfolio of urban real estate for a large U.S pension fund. Prior to Canyon, Dan held numerous corporate and operational roles in the areas of asset management, development, redevelopment, leasing and property operations within large publicly-traded real estate investment trusts.
Dan has served on numerous civic and charitable boards and is currently the Chair of the University of Maryland Incentive Awards Advisory Committee, a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Maryland College Park Foundation, a member of the Board of Directors of the Terrapin Development Corporation and a member of both the Pension Real Estate Association and the International Council of Shopping Centers. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland (B.A., Economics).
The Public Health Grand Rounds lecture series, launched in 2011, hosts distinguished public health leaders to speak on current topics and trends in public health research and practice. We invite community members and public health practitioners to join University of Maryland students, faculty and staff for these dynamic and educational talks.