President and Chief Operating Officer,
Granite Properties, Inc.
As president and Chief Operating Officer for Granite Properties, Greg Fuller oversees strategy and direction for the firm through senior level managers in all corporate functions in the investment, development, management, and leasing of a portfolio of office buildings throughout the southern United States.
Managing Partner - Equity Ventures,
EverWest Real Estate Partners
As Executive Vice President and member of the Investment Committee, Larry Lance directs Everwest Real Estate Investors overall asset services, including development, asset management, and property management. He also leads joint venture partner relations and various portfolio management relationships as well as strategic planning for the current portfolio. During his 20 years with Everwest Larry has supervised the portfolio management of more than $3 billion of real estate investments.
Director of Acquisitions,
Morguard Investments Limited
David Ward is the director of acquisitions at Morguard Investments Limited in Toronto. Reporting directly to the Executive Vice President of Investments, Mr. Ward has acquired or disposed of over 10 million sq. ft. of industrial and commercial space valued over $1.7 Billion from 2005 to the present. Mr. Ward managed all the acquisitions for the Morguard Industrial Fund I and II is actively pursuing other industrial, office and development opportunities throughout Canada for Morguard’s own account and for third party pension fund clients.
Secretary and Vice Chair, Knowledge and Research
Beacon Capital Partners
Ms. Shank is based in Boston and oversees portfolio management, including technology initiatives to improve the tenant experience. In this role, she evaluates opportunities to invest in and pilot new technology to add value across Beacon’s portfolio. She spearheads technology adoption across functionalities, and has forged relationships with leading industry providers, including Wiredscore, Hightower, Honest Buildings, ExteNet, Floored and Building Engines.
Vice Chair, Business Development
President, Southwest Region,
Kim Snyder is southwest regional president of Prologis and responsible for all regional activities including development, acquisitions and operations. Key markets included in this region are Southern California, Las Vegas and Phoenix. He has more than 31 years of experience in real estate, development and construction, acquisitions and dispositions, leasing and finance. Snyder is also a former President of the NAIOP-Inland Empire Chapter.
Vice Chair, Education
Vice President of Development,
Kate Nolan Bryden is the Vice President of Development for MRP Industrial and has overseen the development of nearly 4 million square feet of industrial, flex, office, and retail projects. Ms. Bryden is primarily responsible for acquisition support, due diligence, entitlement procurement and also oversees the design and construction of industrial projects in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia.
Vice Chair, Government Affairs
Senior Vice President of Real Estate Development, Market Leader,
Ryan Companies US, Inc.
With nearly 15 years of experience at Ryan as a developer, Molly offers unique insight into the varied aspects of real estate development. She is responsible for site selection and acquisition, municipal use permits and approvals, design and construction coordination, financial packaging and lease or sale negotiation. Known for her unwavering commitment to ensuring customer satisfaction, Molly excels at building rapport with customers and finding intelligent, imaginative solutions to meet their development needs and goals. Her customers appreciate her creativity and her ability to lead a team with a focus on collaboration and communication.
Vice Chair, Membership and Chapter Relations
Bridge Development Partners LLC
Parsippany, New Jersey
Jeff Milanaik is a Partner – Northeast Region with Bridge Development Partners, LLC. Milanaik opened the Northeast Region office in Parsippany, New Jersey, in October 2014, and is responsible for the acquisition and development of investment-grade industrial buildings that provide opportunities to add value.
Vice Chair, National Forums
Linden Lane Capital Partners
Michael Wachs is the founder and managing principal of Linden Lane Capital Partners, a Philadelphia-based commercial real estate investment and development firm focused on the Mid-Atlantic market. Mr. Wachs has over 30 years of commercial real estate and finance experience. Prior to founding Linden Lane, Mr. Wachs co-founded Spring Mill Capital Management, a company focused on distressed commercial real estate debt investment management and prior to Spring Mill, Mr. Wachs was president and a director of AMC Delancey Group, Inc, an investment company focused on joint ventures in value-add commercial real estate projects.
Vice Chair, NAIOP-PAC
Courtland Development, L.C.
Jon Napper is CEO of Courtland Development. He has over 20 million square feet of warehouse/distribution experience and 35 years of real estate development experience in the Dallas, Texas area.
Immediate Past Chairman
EVP, Real Estate Development,
Jim Neyer leads Al. Neyer's business development activities with a balanced focus on client business objectives and project deliverables. Mr. Neyer has over 25 years of experience in commercial real estate, development, financing and construction.
Developing Leader Representative
Jason Ting is co-founder of Ting Financial Group, a niche private equity real estate investment firm, and principal of Ting Realty, a full service real estate development, management and brokerage company. His direct responsibilities include acquisitions and dispositions, property management and leasing, domestic and foreign client relations, and new business formation. Ting blogs about his work and personal life journeys via JasTing.com, and is actively involved in his local community church leading personal finance workshops.
President and CEO,
Thomas J. Bisacquino has served as the association's chief executive officer since 1991. He is responsible for overseeing the strategic direction of the association. He directs NAIOP’s legislative activities on behalf of its membership in the federal, state and local arenas. Under his guidance and leadership, the headquarters staff is responsible for serving more than 19,000 members who are involved with the development, ownership, and investment of industrial, office, retail and mixed-use properties throughout North America.