NAIOP South Florida, a Commercial Real Estate Development Organization, has announced the following officers and executive committee of the 2017 Board of Directors:
Greg Martin of Avison Young is president; Marc Kopelman of Raymond James Financial is treasurer; Patty Bedley of Legacy Bank of Florida is secretary; and Marty Busekrus of HFF is the national board representative. Kyle Jones of Stiles Corporation is immediate past-president and Heidi Davis-Knapik of Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart, P.A. is president-elect. Executive committee members are Darcie Lunsford of Butters Realty and Traci Miller of Miller Construction Company.
“Our executive committee, board of directors and volunteers play a vital role in orchestrating NAIOP South Florida’s annual events, which include our bus tours in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties, our unique trade show, the Awards of Excellence, our charity golf tournament, and our special speaker events, which address issues and trends in our local commercial real estate industry and foster the education of real estate professionals,” said NAIOP South Florida Executive Director Jules Morgan. “We are looking forward to an exciting and action-packed year with all of our 2017 committees and events planned!”
The 2017 Board of Directors also includes an active Emeritus Board, which consists of: Stiles Corporation Vice Chairman Doug Eagon; Colliers International Executive Vice President John Geisen; Alice Lucia-Jackson, who recently retired from JLL as senior vice president; Miller Construction Company President Harley W. Miller; Liberty Property Trust Vice President Andy Petry; Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson Shareholder George A. Pincus; Akerman LPP Managing Partner Eric D. Rapkin; Avison Young Principal and Managing Director Pike Rowley; Sharpe Project Developments, Inc. President Orlando Sharpe; Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Shareholder Adele Stone; and Treadwell Franklin Partner Eric Swanson.
NAIOP South Florida is a commercial real estate development organization. It provides strong advocacy, education and business networking opportunities and connects its members through a powerful North American network. For more information, contact NAIOP South Florida at 954-990-5116 or email@example.com