1/31/23 5:11 PM | Company News The People Behind the Performance - An Interview with Doug Bibby

In this interview series, our CEO Donald Davidoff sits down with key industry leaders and disruptors to tell the stories of the people behind the performance. Today, we’re joined by Doug Bibby, outgoing President of the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC), which is the leader of the trillion-dollar apartment industry. NMHC is the place where the leaders of the apartment industry come together to guide their future success. With the industry’s most prominent and creative leaders at the helm, NMHC provides a forum for insight, advocacy, and action that enable both members and the communities they build to thrive.

Join us to celebrate Doug's incredible career at the helm of multifamily, expertly navigating the industry through the 2001 terrorist attacks, the 2008/2009 financial crisis, and the 2020 pandemic. Tune in for his insights on the myths he's dispelled over the years with policymakers, the mentors he's leaned on along the way, the evolution of the OpTech conference, his biggest accomplishments and how he will & will not, spend his time after his NMHC tenure is up.

Congratulations Doug & thank you!


About Doug Bibby

Doug Bibby is the President of the National Multifamily Housing Council set to retire from the role at NMHC’s Annual Meeting in January. For more than twenty years, Bibby’s leadership has proven critical to the national success of the multifamily industry. Most recently, guiding the association and its members through unparalleled challenges caused by the pandemic and resulting financial distress. Prior to joining NMHC, Bibby spent 16 years as a senior officer of Fannie Mae, where he served on the company’s Management Committee throughout his tenure.  Bibby began his career with the worldwide communications firm J. Walter Thompson where he served a variety of clients both domestically and internationally over his 12-year career with the company. Bibby has been active in the non-profit community of Washington, D.C. for the past 30 years.