Terry Wood

Vice President, Real Estate
Kaiser Permanente

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Terry Wood is Vice President, Real Estate at Kaiser Permanente, one of America’s leading health care providers, with an annual operating revenue in excess of $70 Billion. Kaiser Permanente has more than 12 Million members and is growing.

Founded in 1945, Kaiser Permanente pioneered the integrated delivery model, which, through a partnership between the health plan, hospitals and Permanente medical groups, delivers high quality care to its members.

Terry is responsible for executing real estate services for Kaiser Permanente’s over 70 million square foot real estate portfolio, including more than 1,000 facilities, with a replacement value of over $32 Billion. He is accountable for developing industry leading tools, implementing strategy, and establishing industry best practices for all key functions within the Real Estate Division.

Terry has more than 25 years of experience in all facets of domestic and international corporate real estate, including strategic planning, real estate transactions, facilities management and construction.

Prior to joining Kaiser Permanente in 2015, Terry was the Vice President, Global Real Estate, responsible for Hewlett Packard’s global real estate portfolio. He previously served as the Vice President, Global Real Estate for JDSU Corp. Terry spent 19 years in the Canadian Military Engineers, serving throughout Canada, Europe and the United Kingdom, retiring as a lieutenant colonel.

He graduated with an Engineering degree from The Royal Military College of Canada and maintains his Professional Engineering status. He is an active member in several real estate organizations. He is a past president of the Northern California Chapter of CoreNet Global and a past Officer on the CoreNet Global Board of Directors. He is a member of the Client Advisory Boards of JLL and Revista, and a Board Member of the Lake Merritt /Uptown District Association.

Terry is married, has two children, and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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