14A — April 24 - May 14, 2020 — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

Lacy joins Pennrose Property Management

NJ broker plays vital role in expanding the chapter’s profile SIOR New Jersey names NAI Hanson’s Vetter president

For the past 12 years, Lacy served as director of Inglis Housing Corporation where she developed and provided property management for hous- ing communities for physical challenged adults. Her industry experience also includes urban planner, property manager, director, and developer roles serving market-rate, senior, disabled, and family properties. Lacy was awarded the desig- nation of Certified Property Manager (CPM) by the In- stitute of Real Estate Man- agement in 2013. In 2016, she was named CPM of the Year by the Southern New Jersey Chapter of IREM and has served as its president since 2017. Lacy also holds numer- ous industry designations and certifications.  nationally. During his time on the team, Norris was involved in high-profile transactions across the office, retail, indus - trial and multi-family sectors. “At Colliers, we are commit - ted to adding top-tier talent in order to provide the best service for our clients,” said Dennis Waggner, executive managing director and market leader of Colliers New Jersey. “Patrick’s return to the firm highlights Colliers leading corporate cul - ture and growth opportunities for both our employees and our clients.” “I am thrilled to return to Colliers International,” said Patrick Norris. “Colliers pro - vides me with the ability to work with an outstanding team, and I look forward to helping grow our presence throughout the tri-state met- ropolitan area.” In addition to executing high - ly competitive traditional mar- keting campaigns, Norris is an expert at selling properties via online auction platforms, such as Ten-X Commercial. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Pennrose , a leader in multi- family development and man- agement, has announced that Christine Lacy has joined the organization as vice president of operations. Lacy, an indus- try veteran with more than 30 years of experience, will provide property management leadership and oversight for properties in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. “We are thrilled to have someone of Christine’s cali - ber join our team,” said Lisa Landis , senior vice president of property management with Pennrose. “Her industry knowl- edge and leadership style will enhance the support and guid- ance we provide to our site teams.” WOODBRIDGE, NJ — Global commercial real es- tate services and investment management firm Colliers International Group Inc. an- nounced that Patrick Norris has returned to the company as associate director of Capital Markets & Investment Ser - vices. Norris will specialize in business development and the execution of institutional and private investor sale transac- tions throughout New Jersey and the surrounding tri-state metropolitan region. Norris first joined Colliers In - ternational’s New Jersey office as an office leasing broker in 2016, where he played a signifi - cant role in growing the firm’s presence in the Princeton mar- ket. He was selected to joined the firm’s Capital Markets & Investment Services team in 2017 and worked closely with executive managing director Jacklene Chesler, who has achieved Everest status four out of the last five years and has been recognized as one of Col - liers’ top sector professionals SALISBURY, MD — SVN | Miller announced that Alyssa Shockley as administrative assistant. Shockley will be the first point of contact for SVN while performing clerical duties for the office. She will directly assist brokerage and property management. Before joining SVN Miller, Shockley worked at Windmill Creek Winery in Berlin, MD event planning, advertising

ETERBORO, NJ — NAI James E. Han- son has announced that Thom- as A. Vet- ter, SIOR , was recent- l y name d p r e s i d e n t of the New J e r s e y Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Officer Realtors (SIOR NJ) . Established in 1971, the So- ciety of Industrial and Office Realtors is recognized world- wide as the leading profession- al commercial and industrial real estate association. The New Jersey Chapter of SIOR is made up of 75 of the most knowledgeable, experienced, and successful commercial real estate brokerage specialists in the state, ten of which are NAI James E. Hanson brokers. “I would like to thank SIOR NJ for this tremendous honor READING, PA — The Greater Reading Chamber Alliance (GRCA) Board of Directors announced that it has named Jim Gerlach as presi- dent and CEO. GRCA is Berks County’s premier business re - source for facilitating new and existing business expansion, project funding, redevelopment, business-to-business promo- tion, advocacy and workforce development. T Thomas A. Vetter “We are thrilled to have Jim accept this leadership role at such an important time in our community. Jim’s history of public service, high integrity, and ability to work with a wide variety of constituencies will serve him and our community Cinnaire announced that Brett Oumedian has been appointed chief financial of- ficer (CFO). Oumedian will succeed Christopher Cox who served Cinnaire since 1995 and announced his retirement in January. Oumedian brings more than 15 years of financial expertise to the role, serving most recently as Cinnaire’s con - troller for the past seven years where he played a key role in establishing best practices for the organization’s accounting operations, financial reporting and forecasting. Cinnaire’s

and for providing me with the opportunity to lead one of the state’s most prestigious real estate organizations,” said Vetter. “In this new role, I hope to build upon the hard work of SIOR NJ’s previous leadership teams to continue to expand the profile of the New Jersey chapter within our industry. I look forward to growing SIOR NJ’s event and programming efforts to increase our organization’s visibility and exposure while continuing our contributions to the local community.” Widely regarded as one of the top brokers in the Mead - owlands market, Vetter has decades of experience in rep - resenting tenants, landlords, buyers, and sellers in indus- trial transactions. Through - out his distinguished career, Vetter has helped sell or lease millions of s/f of industrial space throughout the market. His work has had a direct impact in facilitating the on-

going economic activity of the market through bringing numerous companies and job creators to the region. A member of SIOR NJ since 2013 Vetter has played a vital role in expanding the chapter’s profile by contributing to the broader community through their strong relationship with The Rutgers Center for Real Estate. Joining Scott Perkins ( 2019 ) , Ken Lundberg (2009), Josh Levering (2005), William Hanson (2003) , Roy Lucas (1995), Mildred C. Hanson (1989), Peter O. Hanson (1973, 1974), and James E. Hanson (1952), Vetter is the ninth member of NAI James E. Hanson to serve as pesident of SIOR NJ. Additionally, Peter O. Hanson (1985) and James E. Hanson (1965) have served as National Presidents of SIOR andWilliamHanson currently serves on the SIOR Founda- tion Board of Trustees.  “Small businesses are the lifeblood of our community, and we rely on local industry for jobs that offer living wages and support our economy,” said Gerlach. “The Reading area is home to a thriving business community and diverse com- mercial and industrial enter- prises. I’m looking forward to serving as an advocate for this community and supporting Greater Reading’s continued growth and prosperity.” GRCA chose Gerlach with the help of Philadelphia-based Diversified Search, one of the nation’s top executive search firms. 

Colliers International adds Norris as Associate Director

Gerlach accepts role as GRCA president &CEO well in the years ahead,” said Board Chairman Dan Langdon. Gerlach, who served 12 years as the congressman for PA’s 6th District, most recently took on the role of president and CEO of the Business-Industry Politi- cal Action Committee (BIPAC). He also previously served for 12 years in the Pennsylvania Legislature, spending time in both chambers. Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Enterprise Award.

Gerlach has received numer- ous accolades for his efforts to support business and industry, including being repeatedly named as a “Guardian of Small Business,” receiving perfect scores from BIPAC’s Outline for Prosperity while serving in Congress, and earning the U.S. board of directors and executive team laid out a comprehensive strategy for succession plan- ning and Oumedian’s appoint- ment as CFO aligns with the plan. As CFO, Oumedian will be charged with managing Cin - naire’s fiscal functions. He will play a key role in facilitating financial strategy development along with providing leadership over capital allocation and busi- ness funding. He will also have a crucial role in maintaining relationships with partners, investors and lenders.

“As we deployed our succes- sion plan, Brett emerged as a natural successor as CFO,” said Mark McDaniel , Cinnaire president &CEO. “Brett has an incredible track record at Cin - naire, and his deep knowledge of affordable housing and com- munity development finance will be a big asset as he steps into the role. His expertise in operational finance and proven track record in capital raising and allocation make him uniquely qualified and we look forward to him joining our leadership team.”  Cinnaire appoints Oumedian new CFO

and overseeing customer satis- faction in the tasting room. She earned a Bachelor’s in Market - ing from Salisbury University in 2015. After graduation, she worked as a sales and market- ing director at Lakeside at Mallard Landing senior-living community in Salisbury, MD. Shockley was born and raised in SnowHill, MD and remains a permanent resident there in the Public Landing community.  SVN | Miller welcomes Shockley as administrative assistant

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