Doug Curtis, President & CEO
Doug Curtis is the President and CEO of the AT&T Performing Arts Center, a nonprofit organization that operates and programs three premier performance venues and a 10-acre park in the Dallas Arts District. Since joining the Center in 2002, he also has held the positions of the Center’s Chief Operating Officer, Senior Vice President, General Manager, Vice President of Design and Construction and Interim CEO.
Prior to joining the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, Doug was Senior Construction Manager for Trizechahn Development Company in California, where he assisted in the development of Hollywood & Highland; a $600 million mixed-use landmark facility. He successfully managed all activities of the design and construction teams for the Kodak Theater, now the Dolby Theatre. Doug also served as Trizechahn’s representative to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
A seasoned real estate development professional, Doug’s extensive background also includes serving as Director of Construction for Trammell Crow Company, Head of Construction for Walt Disney, Project Administrator for Beck and many other projects and companies.
Doug is actively involved in the community, including serving on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Downtown Dallas, Inc., TACA Board of Governors, The Salvation Army Advisory Board, SMU Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics & Public Responsibility Advisory Board, and as a member of The Dallas Assembly.