Hamid Moghadam

Hamid Moghadam

Formal First Name

Hamid Moghadam is Chairman and CEO of Prologis, a multinational logistics real estate investment trust and S&P 100 company. In 2011, Moghadam orchestrated the combination between AMB, a firm he co-founded in 1983, and ProLogis to create Prologis, the largest real estate company in the world. He has been a board member since the company’s inception and serves on the board’s executive committee. He is responsible for shaping the company’s vision, strategy, organizational structure and strategic capital franchise. A philanthropist and business executive, he has held a number of leadership roles within the real estate industry. Hamid received the 2013 Ernst & Young National Entrepreneur of the Year Overall Award and is a recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. He has been named CEO of the Year and received multiple lifetime achievement awards from leading publications and industry organizations, including Harvard Business Review, which in their latest rankings, voted him as the #17 Best Performing CEO in the world.

Professional Experience

Academic History




  • Hamid has served on various philanthropic and community boards in the San Francisco Bay Area.

  • He served on the boards of Town School for Boys, the California Academy of Sciences, and the Bay Area Discovery Museum.

  • He was Chairman of the Young Presidents Organization's Northern California Chapter.

  • He and his wife also established the Moghadam Family Professorship in the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

  • He started the Stanford Hamid and Christina Moghadam Program in Iranian Studies focused on undergraduate courses related to Iran.