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Daniel P. Chappell (MBA ’14)

Director of Underwriting & Forecasting – Investments, Washington REIT

Dan Chappell works in the Investments group of Washington REIT, responsible for underwriting for new investment opportunities and asset dispositions, transaction due diligence, and budgets and forecasts for office, retail, and multifamily assets under management. Prior to joining Washington REIT in 2014, Chappell worked at Fannie Mae and Navigant Consulting.

He received a B.S. in Business from Indiana University with triple-majors in Finance, Marketing, and International Studies. Chappell received an MBA from Georgetown University where he graduated with honors.

David Crowley (MBA ’16)

Associate – Investment Banking, Robert W. Baird and Co.

David Crowley is an Associate in the Real Estate Investment Banking group at Robert W. Baird and Co. in Washington, DC. Prior to Baird, he was an Analyst on the Syndicated Loans team at the Inter-American Development Bank.

Crowley earned his MBA from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, where he was named the Class of 2016 McGowan Fellow. Crowley earned his B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Notre Dame and is a CFA charterholder.

Jonathan Cummings (B ‘05)

Director, Westbrook Partners

Jonathan Cummings is a Director with Westbrook Partners and is responsible for its investment and asset management activities in the Washington, DC market. Cummings joined Westbrook Partners in 2012 and has more than ten years of commercial real estate experience. After starting his career with CapitalSource Finance in the structured finance group, he spent four years with the JBG Companies where he was a project manager for office, residential and hotel developments. Following JBG, Cummings spent a summer at Morgan Stanley in the real estate investment bank.

Cummings earned a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Georgetown University and an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Ryan Dodge (B ’12)

Vice President, PCCP

Since joining PCCP in 2013, Dodge has been involved with the execution of more than 20 transactions along the East Coast across multifamily, office, industrial, retail and hotel property types. Prior to joining PCCP, Dodge was an analyst in the Global Real Estate Investment Banking Group at Barclays, specializing in M&A advisory and capital markets assignments on behalf of public REITs and private real estate clients. Dodge graduated from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University with a BSBA in finance and international business.

Matt Ferrari (MBA ’10)

Director of Acquisitions, TruAmerica Multifamily

Matt Ferrari heads the firm’s Arlington, Virginia office where he is responsible for sourcing acquisition opportunities throughout major markets in the Eastern United States. Previously, Ferrari was an Investments Director at AvalonBay Communities. Prior to his time at AvalonBay, Ferrari worked in Archstone’s leadership and development rotational program as a Management Development Associate before becoming a Regional Operations Director for their Eastside Manhattan portfolio in New York City.

Matt holds an MBA from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and a B.S. in Management and Business from Skidmore College.

Nicolas Franzetti (MBA ’06)

Senior Vice President, ASB Capital Management

Nicolas Franzetti oversees ASB’s Mid-Atlantic and Midwest regions, including all new investment activity and management of existing assets. Franzetti is a member of ASB’s Management Committee and Investment Committee. Since joining ASB Real Estate Investments in 2006, Franzetti has closed over $1.5 billion in transactions across property sectors and geographies. He received his MBA from Georgetown University and a BA in English Literature from McGill University. He is an active member of the Urban Land Institute Washington, D.C.

David Greek (B ’13)

Development Associate, F Greek Development

David Greek is responsible for new development and acquisition opportunities as well as expanding FGD’s core business and progressing its expanding services. In concert with both private and institutional capital partners, Greek manages sourcing and site selection, valuation modeling, securing financing, negotiating transactions, and packaging deals for clients.

Greek holds degrees in Finance and International Business from Georgetown University McDonough School of Business.

David Hammerman (B ’11)

Vice President – West Coast, Mack Real Estate Group

Mr. Hammerman is a vice president for Mack Real Estate Credit Strategies, L.P., based in Los Angeles and responsible for leading West Coast originations. Prior to joining in 2017, Mr. Hammerman was a Vice President for ICONIQ Capital’s real estate direct investing team.  Prior to ICONIQ, Mr. Hammerman was the senior-most investment professional in the Los Angeles office for Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies with responsibility for sourcing, underwriting and executing West Coast debt transactions across all property types.

Hammerman earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business where he graduated Magna Cum Laude.

Lexington Henn (B ’13)

Associate – Debt & Equity Finance Team, Mission Capital

Ms. Henn is an associate for the Debt & Equity Finance Team at Mission Capital where she has been actively involved in the raising of more than $650 million of capital in the form of debt, equity, mezzanine, and preferred equity for a variety of asset classes including residential, office, hospitality, industrial and retail throughout the United States.  Prior to joining Mission, Henn worked at Cushman & Wakefield (f/k/a DTZ) in the research and capital markets departments.

Henn graduated from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University with a B.S. in Business Administration.

Robert Holuba (MBA ’11)

Vice President of Acquisitions, CenterSquare Investment Management

Robert Holuba is responsible for sourcing, underwriting, and closing of acquisitions and investment transactions in the eastern region of the U.S.  Prior to joining CenterSquare, Holuba was an associate with Lubert-Adler Real Estate Partners where he was responsible for all aspects of the investments including sourcing and acquisition of new investments, implementation of business plans, coordination with operating partners, leasing agents and other third-party resources.

Holuba received a B.A. from Princeton University and an MBA from Georgetown University.

Campbell Hudson (MBA ’12)

Vice President Debt Capital Markets, M&T Bank

Campbell Hudson is a vice president in M&T Bank’s debt capital markets group. In this role Hudson is responsible for the syndication and distribution of commercial real estate mortgages to outside investors. Prior to joining M&T’s debt capital markets group in 2016, Hudson was a relationship manager in M&T Bank’s Washington, DC commercial real estate group where he was responsible for originating commercial mortgages. Previously, Hudson held roles as a commercial real estate leasing broker and as an analyst for a real estate investment firm.

Hudson received a B.A. in History from the University of Texas and an MBA from Georgetown University.

Zach Levine (B ’16)

Analyst – Originations Team, Morgan Stanley Commercial Real Estate Lending

Zach Levine is an analyst on the originations team with Morgan Stanley’s Commercial Real Estate Lending unit and currently works as a large loan underwriter across all property types and U.S. geographies, evaluating and closing loans for both CMBS and balance sheet execution.  Levine is one of the co-founders of the Steers Center – Young Professionals Group that organizes events for recent Georgetown graduates working in New York City real estate.

Levine graduated Cum Laude from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, where he received a B.S. in Business Administration.

Andrew Lohrfink (B ’12)

Director – Office Leasing, Tishman Speyer

Andrew Lohrfink is a director in the office leasing group at Tishman Speyer in New York City.  Prior to this role, Mr. Lohrfink worked in Tishman Speyer’s Washington, D.C. office where he was responsible for underwriting new investment opportunities and the execution of existing asset business plans.  He was also actively involved in the development of a speculative office tower in Atlanta, GA.  He started his career with Tishman Speyer in New York as an analyst in its Leadership Development Program.  Prior to joining Tishman Speyer in 2013, Lohrfink worked for The GFI Group as a credit derivatives broker.

Lohrfink graduated from the McDonough School of Business with a B.S. in Business Administration.

Bret D.S. McLeod (B ’04)

Senior Vice President – Corporate Strategy & Investor Relations, Host Hotels and Resorts

Bret D.S. McLeod oversees the firm’s buy and sell side relationships, external messaging, and strategic planning efforts. Prior to that, McLeod served as vice president and assistant treasurer, leading various special projects and capital market transactions. Since joining the company as an analyst in 2004, he has held positions of increasing responsibility in strategy, finance, investments, and investor relations and has been involved in over $15 billion of real estate transactions.

McLeod holds a BSBA from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University where he graduated cum laude and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Andrew McNeill (MBA ’15)

Director – Investments, Host Hotels and Resorts

Andrew McNeill is responsible for underwriting new investment opportunities and asset dispositions, transaction due diligence, and management agreement and contract negotiations. Prior to joining Host, he was an Associate at Eastdil Secured / Wells Fargo Securities Real Estate Investment Banking team in Washington, DC, where he was involved in executing over $10 billion in capital markets transactions spanning equity and bond offerings, private debt placement, mergers and acquisitions, and portfolio sales.

McNeill holds an MBA from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and earned a B.S in Finance and Marketing Management from Syracuse University.

Nicholas Menzies (C ’07)

Principal, Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies

Nicholas Menzies is a Principal in Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies and is based in New York. Prior to joining Blackstone, Menzies was a Senior Vice President at H/2 Capital Partners, an institutional investment manager focused on commercial real estate credit. While at H/2, he was responsible for the trading and structuring of the firm’s commercial real estate related debt securities. Prior to that, Menzies was an Associate at Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. on the CMBS trading desk. Menzies received a BA in Economics from Georgetown University.

Elizabeth Morrison (B ’06)

Senior Vice President – Capital Markets, JBG SMITH

Elizabeth is Senior Vice President of Capital Markets at JBG SMITH, a fully integrated pure-play REIT focused exclusively in the Washington DC region. At JBG SMITH, Elizabeth is responsible for sourcing and managing all aspects of the Company’s debt portfolio and capital planning. Prior to joining JBG SMITH, Elizabeth spent 8 years at Bank of America where she managed a $1 billion credit portfolio and underwrote and structured complex commercial real estate transactions. Elizabeth began her career in the Commercial Real Estate Banking Group at LaSalle Bank in Chicago.

Elizabeth holds a Masters in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Georgetown University.

Mark Negus (MBA ’11)

Director, Debt Capital Markets, PGIM Real Estate

Mark Negus is director of debt capital markets for PGIM Real Estate. In his role, he is responsible for originating, structuring and executing both fund and asset level debt across PGIM Real Estate’s US investment funds. Prior to PGIM Real Estate, Negus was a vice president in M&T Bank’s Washington, D.C. commercial real estate group where he was responsible for originating commercial mortgages.

Negus received his BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara and an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

Matt Nicholson (MBA ’13)

Director, Washington, D.C. office, HFF

Matt Nicholson is a Director in the Washington, DC office of HFF and a member of its Office Investment Sales Team. Specializing in the sale, finance and recapitalization of office properties in the Washington, DC Metro, Nicholson has successfully executed more than $6 billion in sales and other investment activity throughout his career. Prior to HFF, Nicholson was a Loss Mitigation Analyst at Deutsche Bank.

Nicholson holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

Chad Provost (MBA ’13)

Director – Portfolio Management, Invesco Real Estate

Mr. Provost is currently a Director on the Portfolio Management team for Invesco Core Real Estate – Invesco Real Estate’s open-end, commingled fund. Prior to Mr. Provost’s current role, he worked on IRE’s Transaction team focusing on new equity placements in the Northeast US. Prior to joining IRE, he served stints in Marriott’s Corporate & Development Finance group, SunTrust’s Real Estate Risk Management group and on Keystone Consulting Group’s Real Estate Valuations team.

Mr. Provost holds a Masters of Business Administration from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Florida.

Laura Sanint (MBA ’16)

Director – Investment Management, Ascento Partners

Ms. Sanint joined Ascento Partners in 2015 as Director, Investment Management, responsible for investor relations, business development, and asset management efforts.  She formerly worked at KTR Capital Partners where she underwrote over 37M SF, valued at over $1.2B, in deals across the U.S. and Mexico.  She has extensive knowledge in real estate valuation, acquisition, and due diligence.

Sanint holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

John Sikaitis (C ‘01)

Managing Director of Research, Advisory & Business Development, JLL

John Sikaitis is Managing Director of Research, Advisory & Business Development for JLL’s Mid-Atlantic business based out of Washington, DC. In his current role, Sikaitis leads the region’s Research, Business Development and Advisory teams and serves as the regional Head Strategist. Sikaitis joined the firm in 2005 and held many roles of increasing responsibility prior to his current position.

Sikaitis received a B.S. from Georgetown University; a Specialization in Central American Relations from the Universidad de Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica; and a Specialization in Latin American Economics and Development from the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Jason Ward (MBA ‘10)

Senior Vice President – Acquisitions, FCP

Jason Ward focuses on multifamily development and commercial investing throughout the Carolinas, Nashville and Atlanta. Since joining FCP in 2011, he has been a leader in the company’s structured finance, multifamily acquisitions, multifamily development and commercial investing activities. In 2017, Mr. Ward led FCP’s expansion into Florida, where the firm invested in seven multifamily acquisition and development deals over 18 months and opened a Miami office.

Mr. Ward earned an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and a BS in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance from Washington and Lee University.