Lucy Billingsley

Partner, Billingsley Company


Lucy Billingsley has spent her career in real estate, developing and managing commercial developments. Lucy started Billingsley Company with her husband, Henry, in 1978 to manage their growing real estate portfolio in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The company specializes in developing office buildings, multi-family, retail and industrial properties, and several large master-planned communities.

Lucy’s non-profit engagement was launched in microfinance with Grameen Foundation, from which she co-found and launched Chiapas International. She is a member of National Geographic Society’s International Council of Advisors, Council of Foreign Relations, and the UT Dallas Center for Brain Health Advisory Committee; is a Trustee of Southwestern Medical Foundation; and is on the Board of Directors for The Real Estate Council, the Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations, and for Southern Methodist University’s Tower Center for Political Studies and Folsom Institute for Real Estate.

Lucy Billingsley was born and raised in Dallas and is a graduate of The University of Texas with a B.B.A. in finance. She presently lives in Dallas with her husband, Henry, has four adult children and five grandchildren.

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