Roger Perry

President of East West Partners Management Company, Inc. (Outside Director)

Roger Perry

Roger L. Perry, President of East West Partners, is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and The Executive Program at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. Roger began his development career in 1972 when he joined the Sea Pines Company at River Hills Plantation near Charlotte. Four years later, he joined the sales force at the Brandermill community near Richmond, Virginia. He quickly rose to Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. In 1983, Mr. Perry returned to North Carolina to develop Woodcroft, an 800-acre community located in Durham near the Research Triangle Park. A few of East West Partners’ more well-known projects include Downing Creek, Meadowmont and East 54 in Chapel Hill, Falls River in Raleigh, Cary Park in Cary, Riverbend, Fairway Row and Davis Lake in Charlotte and Adams Farm in Greensboro.

Roger is a member of the UNC-Chapel Hill Foundation Board of Directors, UNC-Chapel Hill Real Estate Company, UNC Institute for Arts & Humanities Advisory Board, and the Institute for Defense and Business Board of Directors. He also is Co-Chair of the UNC Development Campaign Committee, and serves on the Executive Committee of the Center for Real Estate at Kenan-Flagler Business School.

Roger is a past member of the UNC Healthcare Systems Board of Directors, past trustee and chairman of the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Board of Trustees, past member of the UNC Board of Visitors, Triangle Service Center Board of Research Triangle Park and past member and chair of the Orange County United Way Board of Directors. He has served on the National Development Council at UNC as past chairman of fundraising for UNC’s golf facility.  He has been a member of the McAllister Heart Center Board of Directors, Wells Fargo Bank Regional Board, North Carolina Progress Board, Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce Board, Triangle YMCA Board, Triangle Board of Centura Bank and the chair of Triangle Tomorrow Regional Board. He is active in the Urban Land Institute and is a past member of the Young Presidents’ Organization.