Eugene S. Rosenfeld is one of the nation’s leading real estate developers and has successfully led a number of major companies both in the residential housing and commercial real estate fields. Rosenfeld along with Apollo Advisors founded Western Pacific Housing, a residential development company which merged with Schuler Homes, Inc., a publicly traded homebuilder. Ultimately, the combined companies were sold in 2002 to D.R. Horton for $1.4 billion. Currently he is the sole proprietor of Forest Lane Group, a major investor and developer of commercial and residential property in both the U.S. and Europe.
He began his career with the international accounting firm Deloitte, Haskins & Sells. From 1963 to 1976, Rosenfeld was an executive with Kaufman and Broad, an international housing producer and insurance company. During his 13 years with the NYSE-listed company, he rose from division controller to president and chief executive officer. Under his leadership, Kaufman and Broad became one of the nation’s largest producers of housing, expanding internationally.
As a Los Angeles civic leader, Rosenfeld has served on numerous boards of art, health and academic organizations. He previously served as chairman and trustee of the UCLA Foundation and chairman of the Board of Visitors for The Anderson School at UCLA. Currently he is a member of the Board of Visitors, ULCA Chancellor's Associates, and a member of the Advisory Board for The Riordan Programs. Additionally, he also serves on the board for The RAND Graduate School.
Rosenfeld received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of California in 1956, and is a C.P.A.