Rod Mullice is the Managing Member for Windsor Stevens Holdings LLC, a partnership he founded to focus his expertise in real estate development on transit-oriented development (TOD). He has worked in project planning, design, development, real estate brokerage, and financing for the last 20 years.
Rod is committed to programs and organizations that support transit-oriented development (TOD) and walkable urban developments. He serves on Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority(MARTA); the City of Atlanta’s Office of Buildings Technical Advisory Committee; the Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance Board of Directors; the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors Board of Directors, who’s Mentoring Committee he chairs, and a member of its Million Dollar Club, the Urban Land Institute Committee. Born in Liberty County, GA, where his multigenerational family ties continue, Rod graduated from Savannah State University with a BA in Political Science and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design Advanced Management Development Program.
Since the success of The Pad on Harvard and the launch of College Park’s special TOD District, which he actively supported, Rod has been invited to speak to a number of professional organizations. His presentation offers insight about the benefits of TOD and how to leverage transit for thriving communities.