Terrence Maiden currently serves as Chief Executive Officer for Russell Glen, a real estate development and investment company in Dallas, Texas. He draws on more than two decades of real estate experience to lead and inspire the company’s growth. Terrence is well recognized for his vision and approach to transformational real estate projects in the commercial real estate development industry. He is currently at the forefront of the multi-award-winning Shops at RedBird (former Red Bird Mall redevelopment).
Before establishing Russell Glen, Terrence served as Executive Vice President at Corinth Properties. While at Corinth Properties, his most signature development projects were Glen Oaks Crossings, Hatcher Station, Center City, Canyon in Oak Cliff, and Alexan West Dallas. Terrence began his real estate career with The Woodmont Company, project leasing and developing projects throughout Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, and North Dakota. He subsequently managed the development and expansion strategy for Panda Express and Panera, LLC (Director of Real Estate/VP of Real Estate) throughout the central United States.
Terrence received a Bachelor of Science and Engineering degree from Texas Christian University, where he and his identical twin brother Tim were standout football players for the Horned Frogs. In 2015 both Maiden brothers were inducted into the Texas Christian University Hall of Fame.
Terrence currently serves as Chairman of the Maiden Foundation, a nonprofit organization that invests in educational and community revitalization projects. He is also actively involved in many other charitable/civic organizations, including UT Southwestern Medical (President’s Advisory Board), International Council of Shopping Centers (Board of Trustees), Urban Land Institute Dallas/Fort Worth (Executive Board), Circuit Trail Conservancy(Board of Directors), University of North Texas Dallas Foundation (Board of Directors), Harmony Community Development Corp. (Board of Directors), Methodist Health System, Dallas (Advisory Board), Dallas Black Dance Theater (Board of Directors), Dallas Arboretum (Board of Directors), and Texas Christian Black Alumni Association (Former Chair
Terrence has widely been recognized for his leadership and community impact. He has been listed as DALLAS 500 most influential leader by D CEO Magazine for three consecutive years. For nine consecutive years, he has been named to the Dallas Power Broker list and in 2019 he was named “Power Broker of the Year” by D CEO Magazine. In 2017 Terrence was recognized by WFAA (ABC News) and Cadillac for Shaping DFW for his business and philanthropic successes.