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M id A tlantic R eal E state J ournal Previously served as the organization’s executive dir. CORFAC International names Jonathan Salk CEO of org.


offices have joined CORFAC since 2015, bringing the total to 75 offices globally. Salk and staff have also been responsible for expanding the CORFAC sponsorship program, arrang - ing industry alliances to benefit the CORFAC membership, expanding programs to better meet the needs of the members, rolling out new education/ networking initiatives to keep members connected during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and more. “From inception, Jonathan has been a consummate pro - fessional and highly effective leader who is equally respected by our industry, CORFAC sponsors and members alike. This is a well-deserved promo - tion,” added Latina. MAREJ

ES PLAINES, IL — CORFAC Interna- tional announced that

International in Wilmington, DE, made the announcement. “It is with great pleasure that we are announcing Jonathan Salk’s new title as CEO of CORFAC. Jonathan has been a strong asset for the organiza- tion and this accomplishment is well deserved,” said Joel. “His ability to adapt to changing en- vironments has been critical to our organization’s stability and continued success. Jonathan is the right person to navigate our organization into the post- COVID era.” Since joining CORFAC In - ternational in 2015, Salk has been responsible for day-to-day operations of the organization and has spearheaded the ini- tiatives that have resulted in ongoing growth. Thirty new

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J o n a t h a n S a l k h a s been named CEO of the o r g a n i z a - t i o n . S a l k ha s p r e v i - ously served for nearly six years as the organization’s executive direc- tor. 2020 CORFAC president Alan Joel, CCIM , of Joel and Granot Commercial Real Es- tate/CORFAC International in Atlanta, GA, and 2020 COR- FAC vice president Joe Latina of Patterson-Woods Com- mercial Properties/CORFAC WILMINGTON, DE – NAI Emory Hill announced the hiring of Brian Ashby as an associate. Ashby joins NAI Emory Hill after an award-win- ning career in restaurant own e r s h i p and real es- tate. In ad- dition to working in the com - Jonathan Salk Brian Ashby

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NAI Emory Hill hires Ashby as associate mercial real estate division, Ashby is an active real estate investor, who is currently de- veloping multifamily projects in one of Philadelphia’s hot- test neighborhoods. sales, and commercial devel - opment. Ashby has a proven track record of providing unparal- leled advisory and consulting services and is excited to be a part of the NAI Emory Hill team.

Ashby is licensed in Dela- ware, Maryland, and Penn- sylvania and will be focusing on all aspects of commercial real estate brokerage, includ- ing; acquisitions, disposi- tions, landlord and tenant representation, investment

Neil Killian, CCIM, SIOR principal at NAI Emory Hill said, “Brian brings a strong background in business own- ership and real estate with him to Emory Hill.” MAREJ


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