Ann Mikiko Bouslog, PhD

Director of Land Economics & Real Estate

Dr. Bouslog has over 30 years of experience in entitlement, market assessment, economic and fiscal impact analysis and strategic planning for large or complex developments throughout Hawai‘i and around the Pacific.

As Project Director at PBR HAWAII, Dr. Bouslog has led a variety of initiatives, including economic and fiscal impact assessments supporting Interim Planned Development-Transit permits on Oʻahu; obtaining 201H approvals for a 320-unit affordable housing project; infrastructure finance, market and economic aspects of various TOD and other regional initiatives on O‘ahu; and several projects on the Big Island, including the Kea‘au Town Center, Waimea Town and Mauna Kea Resort.

Prior to joining PBR HAWAII, Dr. Bouslog served as Forest City Hawaii’s development manager for the $770 million Kamakana Villages, a 2,200-home master planned community in partnership with the State of Hawai‘i, Housing Finance and Development Corporation. At Forest City, she also supported entitlement initiatives for a 19-megawatt solar farm in Kunia, O‘ahu.  Prior professional ventures include founding and operating Mikiko Corporation, a real estate and economic advisory firm, and serving as Director of KPMG’s Hawai‘i Real Estate and Hospitality Consulting practice. In these capacities, Dr. Bouslog directed services for prominent government, resort and community developments such as the U.S. Navy (Ford Island and bulk dispositions), U.S. Army (Residential Communities Initiative), Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Koa Ridge, Mauna Lani Resort, Waikoloa Beach Resort, Hualālai, Kukui‘ula, Kō‘ele and Mānele, Hilton Hawaiian Village and Ho‘opili, as well as projects in Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Saipan, Guam, and Palau. In 2013-14, she helped organize a 10+ party mediation to address a proposed critical habitat designation in West Hawai‘i, resulting in beneficial agreements between area landowners and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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