Pamela D. Bundy founded Bundy Development Corporation (BDC) as a vehicle to realize her vision for thriving city neighborhoods in her adopted hometown – Washington, DC. Over the past decade, BDC has been a pioneer in urban-style development that has been an integral part of the rebirth of Washington’s downtown.

BDC was a partner in the development of two of the City’s largest mixed-use projects. BDC was co-developer and an equity partner in CityVista, a $300 million development that provided more than 685 condominiums and approximately 100,000 square feet of retail. BDC is also currently a development partner in the old convention center site, “CityCenter”, a $1 billion, 10 acre, mixed-use development. Both are located in the heart of downtown Washington D.C.

Ms. Bundy began her professional career in retail management, which brought her to Washington, DC. She became certified as a real estate appraiser and opened her own appraisal firm. She graduated cum laude from Lincoln University, a historically Black College, and has studied at the Graduate School of Indiana University in Pennsylvania. Ms. Bundy is a 2008 alumna of Harvard Business School’s Executive Owner President Manager (OPM) management program.

Pamela D. Bundy commands the respect of the business community. She has been recognized as an entrepreneur and business woman. Most recently, she was awarded the 2014 CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Placemaking Award. She was also the recipient of CREW’s heralded Network Impact Award in 2011. Ms. Bundy was also awarded the Washington Business Journal’s 2008 Minority Business Leader Award. In 2004, Ms. Bundy was also named one of the “Women Who Mean Business” by the Washington Business Journal and “Entrepreneur of the Year” by the Parren J. Mitchell Foundation. Under her leadership, BDC was nominated for Black Enterprise’s “Emerging Company of the Year” award in 2001.

Ms. Bundy is involved with several prestigious civic organizations. She is an appointed board member of the Executive Committee of the District of Columbia Building Industry Association. She is a former member of the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Executive Council, a 2003 member of Leadership Greater Washington, and a member of Commercial Real Estate for Women (CREW). She currently serves on Lincoln University’s Board of Visitors and on the Board of Advisors of the Lowe Economic Development Corporation. She has served on the Capital One Advisory Board, and the Board of Directors of Jubilee Housing and the Women’s Business Roundtable. Ms. Bundy was honored by Girls, Inc. in 2008.

Born in Hustle, Va., Ms. Bundy grew up working in a family-owned and operated business.