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DreycottKayeton
Director of Real Estate Development
(UAE, Qatar, Bahrain) Responsibilities involve real estatedevelopment, land acquisition, feasibility studies, projectmanagement, marketing and more. The company is hiring fourdirectors in Dubai, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.

EDAW Inc.
Sustainable Economics Analyst
(San Francisco) The candidate should have an interest insustainability and capable of supporting the company in developinga new practice line focused on socio-economics, sustainablecost-benefit analysis, and economic modeling.

Lowe Enterprises Inc.
Assistant Vice President of Development
(Los Angeles) The company is developing 1,469 residential units,50,000 square foot of commercial/ office space, and an 18-hole golfcourse & clubhouse along with community related amenities. Thehire will ensure the construction budgets, schedules and quality ofconstruction are maintained.

KeyBank
Senior Asset Manager
(Denver) This position will be responsible for managing aninvestment portfolio consisting of debt and equity positionscollateralized by income producing and for sale real estate.
CB RichardEllis
Production Analyst / Capital Markets
(Los Angeles) The successful candidate will be directly involved inall aspects of real estate finance, including the placement of debtand equity capital on all product types (with a focus onmultifamily).

ING Clarion
Senior Analyst-Acquisitions
(New York Center) In this role, the individual will support anM&A investment team in performing financial analysis, cash flowmodeling, due diligence and investment research for both corporateand property transactions.

Prudential
Investment, Director
(Parsippany, NJ) The hire will provide general management anddirection for a defined portfolio of office, hotel, retail,multifamily and self-storage properties.

Ernst & Young
Senior Advisor-Transaction Real Estate Advisory
(Raleigh, NC) Specific responsibilities involve: market dataresearch, valuation review, real estate documents analysis(including site/building plans, leases, appraisals, and mortgageunderwriting/lending documents), market studies, and more.
Promotions
AMCDELANCEY GROUP
(PHILADELPHIA) Christopher M. Parker rises to vice president offinance and treasurer. He joined the firm four years ago ascorporate controller.

CHARLES DUNN
(WEST LOS ANGELES) David B. Eitches is named director of investmentservices after joining the company earlier this year as aninvestment sales associate.

CORNISH & CAREY COMMERCIAL
(SANTA CLARA, CA) Todd Shaffer earns a newly created position assenior vice president to lead the office brokerage division in thefirm's headquarters city.

CRESAPARTNERS
(HOUSTON) Julie King and Sue Rogers become principals in the firm.Both executives joined the team in 1999.
AMC DELANCEY GROUP
(PHILADELPHIA) Christopher M. Parker rises to vice president offinance and treasurer. He joined the firm four years ago ascorporate controller.

CHARLES DUNN
(WEST LOS ANGELES) David B. Eitches is named director of investmentservices after joining the company earlier this year as aninvestment sales associate.

CORNISH & CAREY COMMERCIAL
(SANTA CLARA, CA) Todd Shaffer earns a newly created position assenior vice president to lead the office brokerage division in thefirm's headquarters city.

CRESAPARTNERS
(HOUSTON) Julie King and Sue Rogers become principals in the firm.Both executives joined the team in 1999.
NewHires
THORNTONTOMASETTI
(IRVINE, CA) Bruce K. Arita joins as vice president after servingas president of Pulaski Arita Olsson Inc., a firm he founded in1985 and merged earlier this year into Thornton Tomasetti.

INTERNACIONAL REALTY GROUP
(DALLAS) J. Ronald Miller starts as executive vice president.Miller was founder and principal of Meridian Global Investors andan executive at several well-known firms, including LendorffUSA.

STUDLEY
(WASHINGTON, DC) Jason Bart and Jonathan Glass start as associatedirector and associate. Bart previously worked for a team atMeister, Seelig & Fein and consultant to DeepMile Networks.Glass most recently worked for Vesper Realty Advisors inBoston.

JONES LANG LASALLE HOTELS
(SEATTLE, LOS ANGELES and WASHINGTON, DC) Mark Lukens and JasonJones begin as senior vice presidents in Seattle and Los Angeles.Lukens most recently was vice president of acquisitions for WyndhamWorldwide. Jones was vice president of real estate for HansjiHotels. In Washington, DC, Bruce Stemerman is named managingdirector of the asset management business, a newly created positionwith oversight for existing teams in New York City and Chicago. Hepreviously was executive vice president of operations for CapitalHotel Management.

CB RICHARD ELLIS
(HOUSTON) Warren Savery becomes senior vice president with the movefrom Crescent Real Estate Equities as director of leasing forGreenway Plaza.

SPERRY VAN NESS/COMMERCIAL ADVISORS
(SALEM, OR) Curt Arthur will serve as managing director andJennifer Martin as senior advisor for the combined firm.

SHW GROUP
(DALLAS) Joining the higher education design studio are EricMiller, Deborah Ebersole, Jeremy Theodore and Troy Contreras.Miller, joining as an intern architect, spent the past six years atthe University of Texas' special project studio, rising to seniorproject manager of construction and supervisor of the studentintern program. Ebersole, starting as project manager, is aLEED-accredited professional who previously worked as an associatefor Cotera+Reed Architects and project manager for Opus 3,Architects and Planners. Theodore, coming on board as seniorproject architect, relocated from Portland, OR, where he spentseven years as project architect for BOORA Architects. Contrerasjoins as a project designer after working for firms in Austin, LosAngeles and Chicago.

KRAHL CONSTRUCTION
(DENVER) Alexander V. Lagerborg starts as vice president ofbusiness development, tasking with oversight for sales and newaccounts in the western region. He most recently was CEO, presidentand director of Across America Real Estate.
LEE & ASSOCIATES
(NOVI, MI) Lee & Associates of Michigan add John Khami to itsranks. As senior associate in the office division, Khami will beresponsible for sales and leasing of office and investmentfacilities in the Oakland County market. He previously owned andoperated Parkwood Properties in Troy and worked in Cushman &Wakefield's Detroit office.

LIQUID REALTY PARTNERS
(SAN FRANCISCO) Scot Marsh comes on board as senior controller.Prior to joining the company, he was CFO and controller ofChemrisk. Marsh also previously served as controller of OnMarkTechnologies and CFO of Newbury Ventures.

UGL EQUIS
(CHARLOTTE, NC) Randy Carriker is hired as vice president of thefirm's local office as a member of the Portfolio Management Group.He joins from Grace Development Corp., also in Charlotte.

FIRST REALTY INDUSTRIAL TRUST
(CHICAGO) John B. Ficker joins the REIT as a vice president, supplychain solutions. Most recently he was president and CEO of theNational Industrial Transportation League.

CB RICHARD ELLIS
(BOSTON and DETROIT) Robert Kinlin, Jr. starts as vice president inthe suburban brokerage group in the Boston office. Prior to joiningCBRE, Kinlin worked for Meredith & Grew and Kinlin Grover RealEstate. In Detroit, Phyllis Riina is named executed account leaderfor selected corporate accounts in Michigan and Ohio.

COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL
(WARSAW) The firm welcomed Guy Simmons as senior associate of thehospitality department His European career includes stints atRadisson Hotels in Szczecin and Moscow, and Holiday Inn Hotels andin the InterContinental in Warsaw.

EMORY HILL REAL ESTATE SERVICES
(NEW CASTLE, DE) Joining the firm are Eileen Conway as residentialproperty manager, James German as property manager and AllisonSweeten as brokerage and marketing administrative assistant. Conwaypreviously was regional vice president for Camco management.German, a property management veteran, has worked for several firmsand owned an insurance agency. Sweeten most recently was anassistant manager for American Eagle Outfitters.

GRIFFIN PARTNERS
(HOUSTON) Joe Veytia joins the firm as senior vice president ofdevelopment.

MASSEY KNAKAL REALTY SERVICES
(NEW YORK CITY) Larry Kimagarov joins the Nassau County division asdirector of sales, covering the southeast part of the county. Hispreviously worked with Dakota Realty Group in Queens and ResMaeMortgage Corp. in Long Island. Yonaton Pielet joins the firm'sQueens office as an associate. Most recently he worked as projectengineer at Tribble & Stephens in Austin.

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Anthony J. LoPinto

Tony LoPinto is the Global Sector Leader of Korn Ferry’s Real Estate Practice and founder of SelectLeaders. For the past 18 years LoPinto has been serving his clients with deep knowledge and perspective on talent needs and organizational challenges to public and private companies – knowledge gained from a 25-year career in real estate. Prior to his current position, he founded and served as chief executive officer of a boutique real estate executive search firm, where he oversaw offices in New York, Chicago, Washington, DC, San Francisco and Los Angeles. He has successfully led several high profile search engagements for chief executive officers, directors and a wide-range of executive level positions across all industries and sectors. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in European history from Loyola University in Chicago.