Robert H. Schottenstein

Chief Executive Officer at M/I Homes, Inc.

Robert H. Schottenstein

Robert H. Schottenstein

Chief Executive Officer at M/I Homes, Inc.

Overview
Career Highlights

M/I Homes, Inc.

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2744

Primary Location

Ohio

Number of Boards

19

Birthday

1953

Age

68

Number of Awards

5

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Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer at M/I Homes, Inc.

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Founder at L Brands, Inc.

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Secretary, Director, Chief Legal Officer & Executive Vice President at M/I Homes, Inc.

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Chief Evangelist at International Business Machines Corporation

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Chief Executive Officer & President at Donahue Schriber Realty Group, Inc.

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Founder at Center For Family Safety & Healing

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Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer at Huntington Bancshares, Inc.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Crane Group Co.

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Former Interim President at The Ohio State University

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Co-Founder at The New Albany Co. LLC

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Robert H. Schottenstein
Chief Executive Officer at M/I Homes, Inc.
Education
Graduate

Capital University Law School is a school.

Undergraduate Degree

Indiana University is a major multi-campus public research institution, grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, and a world leader in professional, medical, and technological education. Indiana University’s mission is to provide broad access to undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education for students throughout Indiana, the United States, and the world, as well as outstanding academic and cultural programs and student services. Indiana University seeks to create dynamic partnerships with the state and local communities in economic, social, and cultural development and to offer leadership in creative solutions for 21st century problems. Indiana University strives to achieve full diversity, and to maintain friendly, collegial, and humane environments, with a strong commitment to academic freedom.

Memberships
Member
Current

The Columbus Partnership acts as a non-profit, membership-based CEO organization. It engages in all major projects that need strong civic leadership and intend to enhance the quality of our schools, arts and cultural organizations, or the development of downtown Columbus. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Columbus, OH.

Member
Current

TO PRESERVE HOME AFFORDABILITY FOR AMERICAN FAMILIES.

Career History
Chief Executive Officer
1990 - Current

M/I Homes, Inc. engages in the construction and development of residential properties. It operates through the following business segments: Homebuilding and Financial Services. The Homebuilding segment designs, markets, constructs and sells single-family homes and attached townhomes to first-time, millennial, move-up, empty-nester, and luxury buyers. The Financial Services segment offer mortgage banking services to homebuyers. The company was founded by Irving Schottenstein and Melvin Schottenstein in 1976 and is headquartered in Columbus, OH.

Boards & Committees
Independent Director
2017 - Current

L Brands, Inc. engages in the retail of women’s intimate and other apparel, personal care, beauty and home fragrance products. It operates through the following segments: Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works and Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works International. The Victoria’s Secret segment sells women’s intimate and other apparel, personal care and beauty products under the Victoria’s Secret and PINK brand names. The Bath & Body Works segment offers body care, home fragrance products, soaps and sanitizers under the Bath & Body Works, White Barn, C.O. Bigelow and other brand names. The Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works International segment includes the Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works stores located outside of the U.S. and Canada, as well as the online business in Greater China. The company was founded by Leslie Herbert Wexner in 1963 and is headquartered in Columbus, OH.

Chairman, Board of Directors
1993 - Current

M/I Homes, Inc. engages in the construction and development of residential properties. It operates through the following business segments: Homebuilding and Financial Services. The Homebuilding segment designs, markets, constructs and sells single-family homes and attached townhomes to first-time, millennial, move-up, empty-nester, and luxury buyers. The Financial Services segment offer mortgage banking services to homebuyers. The company was founded by Irving Schottenstein and Melvin Schottenstein in 1976 and is headquartered in Columbus, OH.

Independent Director
2014 - 2021

Installed Building Products, Inc. engages in the business of installing insulation for the residential new construction market. Its products include garage doors, rain gutters, shower doors, closet shelving, and mirrors. The company was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Columbus, OH.

Board Member
Current

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center provides healthcare services. It offers health and wellness services, health care services such as allergy immunology care, arthritis rheumatology, brain and spine, orthopedics, palliative care, transplant center and wound healing. The company was founded in 1834 and is headquartered in Columbus, OH.

Director & President
Current

The M/I Homes Foundation, a subsidiary of M/I Homes, Inc., is an American nonprofit company that provides residential care services.

Member, Board of Directors
Current

The Ohio State University Foundation is the university’s primary fundraising and gift-receiving organization. It was founded in 1985 as a non-profit, tax exempt organization that advances the mission of Ohio State by pursuing and securing private support to benefit Ohio State students, faculty, programs, and/or facilities. The Ohio State University enjoys a robust history of private support from its alumni and friends. The fundraising results of almost three decades, combined with an understanding of the environment in which those results were achieved, provide the context and background from which the current operation, staffing model, strategic direction, and opportunities flow. The first focused campaign at Ohio State raised approximately $1 million to help build Ohio Stadium, which was dedicated in 1922. Fundraising was institutionalized 15 years later when the Board of Trustees created the Development Fund. In the fund’s first full year, more than 3,300 donors gave the university almost $82,000. In 1985, Ohio State announced its first major comprehensive campaign, with a goal of $350 million. The campaign successfully closed in 1990 with gifts and pledges over $460 million. In 1995, the university publicly launched its second major fundraising campaign with a goal of $850 million. Named “Affirm Thy Friendship” from a line in the alma mater, "Carmen Ohio," the campaign goal was later raised to $1 billion. When the campaign ended in 2000, the university had raised $1.23 billion, making Ohio State one of only five public universities at that time to have exceeded the billion-dollar mark. Total gift receipts raised during “Affirm Thy Friendship” exceeded all gifts received during the previous 123 years of the university’s existence. On October 4, 2012, the university launched the But for Ohio State campaign, a $2.5 billion fundraising endeavor that is the largest campaign in Ohio State’s history. More than 400,000 alumni and friends have contributed to the campaign so far. The campaign will allow Ohio State to implement visionary new ideas for the student experience and to use our breadth of disciplines to tackle complex global problems related to food production and security, health and wellness, and energy and the environment. Given the rising cost of academic excellence and the decline in state support of college and university budgets, private support will be critical to higher education in the 21st century. Ohio State is no exception, as the State of Ohio is allocating only 8 percent of its annual budget to higher education, which is attributable in part to a decrease in federal funding. Ohio State’s Foundation Board of Directors will be asked to play an increasingly important role in helping to shape the future of the institution.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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$25K - $100K
2014

The Federation, founded in 1926, has as its cornerstone the centuries old belief that social justice (Tzedakah) is a community responsibility. In practice, this means that each Jewish person has the duty to help other Jews – one responsible for the other – one family, one community, one people. Today there are more than 300 volunteers and 2,000 contributors involved in The Federation, dedicated to strengthening our own community and establishing a secure and vital future for Jewish life worldwide. We are mindful of our past and thank the leadership listed, whose tireless efforts created a strong foundation rooted in our core Jewish values.

Political Donations
$2,400
2013

Senator from Ohio

$2,600
2013

Senator from Ohio

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Awards & Honors
2012
Capital University Law School
2009
Ohio Dominican University
2008
Builder Magazine - Executive of the Year
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