20D — October 21 - November 17, 2022 — Women in Business — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


Women in Business

Barley Snyder adds Shaw, Nankerville & Nyman

Jenn Stokes joins NAI Summit as officer manager NAI Summit promotes Hagenauer to prop. accountant

ville is a member of our Litigation Practice Group in our Lancaster office. She received her J.D. from Vil - lanova University Charles Widger School of Law (cum laude), her master’s degree from Villanova University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (magna cum laude), and her bachelor’s degree from Millersville University of Pennsylvania. Nanker - ville worked as an intern with the Lancaster County District Attorney’s office and Villanova Law’s Institute to Address Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE Institute). She also spent three months as a summer associate with Barley Snyder in 2021. Charmaine E. Nyman: A Clinton County native, Ny - man brings an extensive background working in the legal field through various internships, externships and other experiences. Nyman is a member of our Business and Real Estate practice groups in our Hanover office. Nyman is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Richmond School of Law and summa cum laude graduate of Kutztown University. She has worked as a paralegal for two years and worked as a judicial intern in the United States District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania. “I have no doubt that Ta - sha and Charmaine and will be great assets to the firm based on their ambition, impressive backgrounds and diligence,” Lobach said. “We are truly fortunate to attract and retain high-quality tal- ent to serve our communities throughout Central Pennsyl - vania and beyond.” Barley Snyder is a law firm based in Pennsylvania with more than 120 attor- neys practicing from offices located in Lancaster, York, Reading, Harrisburg, Mal - vern, Hanover, Gettysburg, Wyomissing and Schuylkill Haven, PA, and Hunt Val - ley and Columbia, MD. The firm serves businesses, indi - viduals and organizations in all major areas of civil law including: business, employ - ment, immigration, employee benefits, finance & creditors’ rights, intellectual property, litigation, estate planning and administration, real es- tate, tax, construction, envi - ronment and energy, health care, education, municipal authority, hospitality, senior living, cybersecurity and food and agribusiness. MAREJ

WYOMISSING, PA — Barley Snyder announced the following attorneys have joined the firm: Rachael


advancement. Prior to joining NAI Summit, she was the of - fice manager at Preit Services,

the support of my husband to help carry out. His work day starts later, so he handles get- ting the kids getting ready and off to school in the mornings so that I can be with them in the afternoons and evenings. I am grateful that there is flex - ibility and understanding of work life balance at Oliver Fire Protection and Security, which has helped to make the hectic schedule manageable. What outside activities do you enjoy during you free time? My first priority is spending time with my kids. I enjoy cook - ing, and we sit down to a family dinner every night during the week. On the weekends I try to see my extended family as often as possible. When I have time to myself I can be found diving into True Crime podcasts, docu - mentaries, dramatic mini-series based on true events, books…I can’t get enough! I also like reading or watching fiction se - ries of the same genre. What inspiring word of advice would you give to a young woman about to go into the field of commercial real estate or your allied field? Be bold and be confident in yourself, always. MAREJ an exciting dimension of experience and market con - nectivity to our business.” Stokes brings over 25 years of experience to her office manager role, with the ma- jority of her career split be - tween technology and real estate. She began her career in real estate as a regional webmaster for a local real es - tate office, managing it for six years. After leaving real es - tate, Stokes spent time work - ing for a local software com- pany where she spent seven years successfully leading the company as chief operating officer. Following the sale of the software company she moved south and returned to real estate as a property manager. Upon moving back to Pennsylvania in 2021, and prior to joining NAI Summit, Jenn continued her career in property management where she managed residential apartment buildings. Stokes holds Paralegal and Webmaster certifica - tions from Penn State, as well as a degree in Business Management. MAREJ

LLENTOWN, PA — NAI Summit announced the pro -

Shaw has joined the firm in its Wyomissing office. Shaw will work in the firm’s Busi - ness and Real Estate p r a c t i c e groups. She concentrates her practice on business law where she counsels her clients on a vari- ety of busi - ness matters such as cor- porate for - mation, gov- ernance and mergers and acquisitions. In her real estate prac - tice, Shaw

LLC where she was re- sponsible for prepar - ing receiv- ables, sales reporting, and audit- ing customer service. Hagenauer

motion of Diana Ha- genauer to property ac - countant. In her new role, Hagenauer will be re - sponsible for a full portfo - lio of prop -

Rachael Shaw

Jenn Stokes

Diana Hagenauer

begun the process of joining a few organizations that I feel would be meaningful such as GBCA/CLC and CREW. Tell us a little about your family: My husband, Fran and I will be celebrating our five year anniversary this coming December. We live in South - ern Chester County, and have three sons that keep us very busy! Frank is a sophomore at Avon Grove High School and is the starting Quarterback for their Varsity football team. Our identical twins, Jack and James, are 2.5 years old and starred as “Jericho” in three seasons of M. Night Shyamalan’s SERVANT on AppleTv+. If you are the primary caregiver to your children what obstacle and chal- lenges do you meet on a day to day basis? The most challenging aspect of my day to day as the pri - mary caregiver to my children is scheduling. I think it is often “assumed” that mothers will take care of all the “housekeep - ing.” Sure, I take on the major - ity of managing the household as well as the family calendar, but that also means designating which responsibilities I need graduated from Taylor Busi- ness Institute with a Diploma in Business Management. NAI Summit also, an - nounced that Jenn Stokes has joined the firm as office manager. In this role, she will be responsible for the day-to-day office operations as well as oversee NAI Summit’s community outreach efforts. “We are delighted to wel- come Jenn to NAI Sum - mit,” said chief revenue officer, Kelly Berfield . The improving economy and outlook for commercial real estate market continue to create new opportunities for our clients and Jenn adds

What unique qualities and or personality do you feel makes you most suc- cessful in your profession? I have always been outgoing and personable. I feel that my ability to connect with people quickly and build relationships is what has made me be the most successful in sales. With my current position at Oliver, I am able to extend that person - ality further and connect with many great people in the fire protection industry. What challenges and or obstacles do you feel you needed to overcome to be- come as successful as you are today? When I first started out in a predominantly male industry, I was a little intimidated. I real - ized though that if you know what you are talking about, and you are confident in not only yourself, but also with the problem-solving ability you bring to the table, you will be taken seriously. I also found that surrounding myself with knowledgeable people in the industry is quite a comfort. I like to be a part of teams that can help to solve bigger pictures. Since starting at Oliver, I have erties as well as continue to oversee the accounts receiv- able and collections for all of the properties NAI Summit currently manages. “Diana has been an inte - gral part of our accounting team over the past 16 years”, said Karen Koch , director of property accounting. Her willingness to learn and un- dertake new challenges has helped facilitate her growth into this position.” Hagenauer joined NAI Sum - mit in 2005 as an accounting clerk. Over the past 16 years, she has continuously taken on more responsibility, making her new role a well-deserved

Tasha R. Stoltzfus Nankerville

Charmaine E. Nyman

helps clients with agree - ments of sales and leasing matters. “I am very excited to further my legal career at Barley Snyder, a reputable and dominant law firm in Pennsylvania,” said Shaw. “The number of available re - sources and professionalism that the firm exudes will be a tremendous advantage to achieving clients’ goals.” Shaw received her under- graduate from Washington College and her law degree from Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law where she won the CALI Excellence for the Future Award/Best Student Perfor - mance in Contract Drafting. “We are thrilled to have Rachael join our firm,” Bar - ley Snyder managing part - ner Jeff Lobach said. “We wholeheartedly believe that she is going to be an excellent addition to our team and the community.” Tasha R. Stoltzfus Nan- kerville and Charmaine E. Nyman have joined the Lancaster office. Both joined the firm in September of 2022, then received news of passing the Pennsylvania Bar Exam in October. Tasha R. Stoltzfus Nan - kerville: A Lancaster native with Amish roots, Nanker -

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