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DBSI-Discovery RealEstate Services
Development Manager
(DALLAS) The qualified candidate will have a bachelor's degree andminimum of five years of similar experience, or equivalentcombination of education and experience. MBA and CCIM designationpreferred. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:negotiating terms of purchase and sale agreements, managing outsideconsultant team, and interpreting municipal comprehensive plans andzoning regulations.

CB Richard Ellis
Finance Manager
(DALLAS) The manager will be an excellent motivator with superiorcommunication and presentation skills, possess an extensiveknowledge of Excel and accounting software, a BA/BS, five-plusyears of related commercial real estate experience, a CPA Licenseand JD Edwards E1 knowledge.

SelectLeaders
Vice President
(NEW YORK CITY) The candidate will have five-plus years ofcommercial real estate experience and a BA/BS in accounting or aCPA license. They will be required to manage cash, train a smallstaff, and conduct oversight on tax and grant compliance.

The Urban Land Institute
Vice President for Development
(WASHINGTON, DC)The vice president will assist in the developmentof the center's program of work, identify surplus public land andbrownfields for future workforce housing developments sites inpilot markets, research innovative building technologies, anddevelop and implement strategies to engage the privatesector.
SelectLeaders
Senior Vice President
(SOUTHEASTERN US) The qualified candidate will have a minimum of 15years of experience on the construction and architecture side ofthe resort/residential/destination/mixed-use business, with thelast five years in a senior level corporate position.

Duke Realty Corporation
Corporate Real Estate Attorney
(INDIANAPOLIS) The attorney will possess, along with excellentcommunication and organizational skills, a minimum of six years ofpractice in real estate law within a corporate and/or law firmsetting. Primarily, the candidate will be involved in the legalaspects of the company's development, ownership, leasing andmanagement of healthcare facilities with hospitals andphysicians.

CIM Group, Inc.
Commercial Office Leasing Agent
(LOS ANGELES) The leasing agent will negotiate commercial leases toensure maximum occupancy and ensure high renewal rates and willhave a bachelor's degree in real estate, business or a relatedfield, as well as either a California salesperson's or broker'slicense and three to five years experience in a direct commercialleasing capacity.

John Hancock
Property Manager
(SCHAUMBURG, IL)The qualified manager will manage relationshipswith tenants, maintain property and grounds to highest standards,prepare quarterly reports on administration and operations withfive to 10 years of commercial-building management experience.
PromotionsNo more than one submission per company will be considered perweek.
Submissions with multiple names will be capped at three forcoverage in Executive Watch.
GRUBB& ELLIS REALTY INVESTORS LLC
(SANTA ANA, CA) Danny Prosky has been raised to executive vicepresident, healthcare real estate, Christine Teagle has beenappointed vice president of asset management and Shane Woloshan hasbeen named vice president, specializing in the leasing and sale ofindustrial properties. Prosky and Teagle both joined the company in2006, Prosky as managing director of healthcare properties andTeagle as regional asset manager. Woloshan has been with Grubb& Ellis since beginning his commercial real estate career in2004.

RTKL
(WASHINGTON, DC) Eric Carle and Kenneth Webb, both architects inthe firm's healthcare group, have been named principals.

THE MISSNER GROUP
(SKOKIE, IL) Alba Jimenez has been appointed marketing coordinator.She has been with the company since 2003, when she joined as aconstruction administrative assistant.
CONCORD HOSPITALITYENTERPRISES
(RALEIGH-DURHAM, NC) The company has named William G. Gant generalmanager of the Renaissance Raleigh at North Hills. He waspreviously assistant general manager at Concord's RenaissanceMeadowlands in New Jersey.

GE REAL ESTATE
(NORWALK, CT) GE has promoted longtime employee John Oliver to vicepresident, marketing communications. He has been with GE since1995, most recently as communications director with GE CapitalServices.
NewHiresNo more than one submission per company will be considered perweek.
Submissions with multiple names will be capped at three forcoverage in Executive Watch.
AZTECCORP.
(ISELIN, NJ) Katherine Horohoe comes on board as a facilityanalyst. She was previously a project designer for commercialoffice projects with Institutional Interiors, Inc.

HELMSLEYSPEAR
(NEW YORK CITY) Jeffrey Rosenblatt and Lewis Cowan have been namedsenior vice presidents with the company. Both move from Grubb &Ellis.

THE DOW HOTEL CO.
(SEATTLE, WA) Dan DeFrancia has been appointed director of salesand marketing for the Hilton Bellevue. Before joining DHC, he waswith the Salish Lodge & Spa.

RUSSO DEVELOPMENT LLC
(HACKENSACK, NJ) Ben Videña has been hired as project architectwith the firm. He previously worked for the RBA Group, EIAssociates and The Spector Group Architects.

FALCON REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT CO.
(NEW YORK CITY) Salah Brahimi has been named special representativeto the Middle East and North Africa. He will be responsible forhelping Falcon strengthen its ties in the region.

CRESAPARTNERS
(ATLANTA) Kathleen Burke has been hired as a vice president. Shemoves from Colliers International, where she was also a vicepresident.

COHEN BROTHERS REALTY CORP.
(NEW YORK CITY) Michael A. Szollosi takes the position of chiefoperating officer and senior vice president of the company. He wasmost recently COO of Macklowe Properties.

TRANSWESTERN
(PHOENIX) Dennis L. Desmond has been hired as senior vice presidentin the investment services group. He was previously a senior vicepresident with Grubb & Ellis/BRE Commercial.

CONCORD EASTRIDGE INC.
(SCOTTSDALE, AZ) The company has named Steven Schnoor senior vicepresident and regional director of the western U.S. He waspreviously director of alternative project finance and delivery forTurner Construction.

MAYFIELDGENTRY REALTY ADVISORS
(DETROIT) Anyeka Wallace joins the firm as asset manager. She waspreviously an assistant vice president/commercial real estatelender at SunTrust. In addition, the company has named KristenCalkins director of human resources. She was previously with H.B.Stubbs Co. LLC.
UGL EQUIS
(CHICAGO) Gregory T. Nagel has been hired as director of finance inthe firm's Chicago office. In this role, he will provide generaloversight of business financial analysis and accounting.

THE LIGHTSTONE GROUP
(NEW YORK CITY AND LAKEWOOD, NJ) The company adds two new hires toits payroll. Edward J. Kaigh has been named vice president ofproperty management, and Jack Cassidy was appointed president ofLightstone's subsidiary, Beacon Management, which is beingrebranded as Cedarbridge Residential. Kaigh was previously managingdirector of property operations for Equity Office Properties Trust.Cassidy moves from America First Apartment Investors, Inc., wherehe was president and chief executive officer.

RREEF ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS
(NEW YORK CITY) Susan Barlow has come on board as managing directorand head of global client relations. Before joining RREEF, sheco-founded American Value Partners and founded Fiduciary Capital,Inc.

RICHARDS BARRY JOYCE & PARTNERS LLC
(BOSTON) The company has hired Vincent Erfe as an analyst in itsconsulting services practice. He will focus on corporate realestate consulting and financial analysis. He moves from Hilda'sHouses, a multifamily real estate business in Rhode Island.

DYL GROUP
(MIAMI) Joseph Geluso has been named controller and Syed Shah hasbeen appointed senior financial analyst. Geluso previously held theposition of controller with Tarragon Corp. and Shah was a financialanalyst with SunVest Communities and Finest Realty Group.

WWCOT ARCHITECTS
(SANTA MONICA, CA) Derrick Washington has joined the company as asenior associate and director of staff development. In this role,he will be responsible for recruiting key personnel andspearheading the company's career development programs.

HOLLAND & KNIGHT
(CHICAGO) David B. Allswang will be a partner in the firm's realestate section. He moves from DLA Piper, where he was also apartner.

COLLIERS ABR, INC.
(NEW YORK CITY) After 12 years at CB Richard Ellis, RobairReichenstein has taken a managing director role at Colliers ABR. Hewill be tasked with expanding the firm's not-for-profitdivision.

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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.