Leslie B. Fox has served in an executive capacity at multiple companies in the real estate industry. Most recently, she was the Chief Operating Officer of Invitation Homes, the largest owner/operator of single family housing rentals in the United States. Under Ms. Fox's leadership at Invitation Homes, the portfolio grew to 50,000 homes under management. Before that, Ms. Fox served as the Chief Operating Officer of American Residential Communities, the largest manufactured housing community operator and owner in the United States, and as the Executive Vice President of the affordable housing division at Equity Residential. Ms. Fox also has served as an independent consultant in the real estate sector, with clients including Mercy Housing and the Denver Housing Authority. Currently, Ms. Fox is serving on the Endowment Board for Craig Hospital in Denver, Colorado.
Ms. Fox holds a J.D. and M.B.A from the University of Denver and a B.S. in Business from the University of Colorado, graduating Beta Gamma Sigma. Throughout her career she has served on key industry councils, including the National Multi-Family Housing Council and the Commercial Mortgage Securitization Council.
The Richmond American Homes companies (RAH), HomeAmerican Mortgage Corporation (HMC), American Home Insurance Agency (also known as AHI Insurance Agency) (AHI) and American Home Title and Escrow Company (AHT) are owned, directly or indirectly, by M.D.C. Holdings, Inc. and, therefore, are affiliated companies. Each of RAH, HMC, AHI and AHT offers services independently of each other, and if you obtain a product or service from one company, you are not required to utilize the services of, or obtain products from, the other company. Your decision to use a company that is not affiliated with RAH, HMC, AHI or AHT will not affect your ability to obtain products and services from these companies.
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