Local residents elected to Board of Building Owners and Managers Association
of Greater Baltimore January 2013
BALTIMORE, MD (January 28, 2013) – The Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Baltimore (BOMA Baltimore), the leading professional real estate organization for the commercial real estate industry, has elected its leadership for 2013.
John M. Pezzulla, Director of Asset Management at Federal Realty Investment Trust, was named President of BOMA Baltimore. Lynn L. Berger, Senior Property Manager at Liberty Property Trust, serves as Immediate Past President. Additional BOMA Officers include: Erika J. Palmer (First Vice President), Asset Manager at Manekin LLC; Stephen M. Enslow (Second Vice President), Vice President of Property Management for The Loughlin Management Group, and Tim A. O’Donald (Treasurer), Vice President of Property Management, Harbor East Management Group.
BOMA Baltimore also named four Directors to its leadership team: Kevin J. Bauer, Senior Property Manager, First Industrial Realty Trust; Joyce L. Frank, Vice President – Asset Management, MacKenzie Management Company LLC; Terri Gavin, Property Manager, Montecito Medical Management; Monica LaVorgna, Property Manager, St. John Properties, Inc, and Robert Shovan, City Leader, Cassidy Turley.
BOMA Associate Member Representatives include: Debbie Heaver, Divisional Account Manager, Brickman Group, and Christina Urquhart, President, Charm City Concierge, Inc.
According to BOMA Baltimore President John M. Pezzulla, the new leadership team has the breadth and depth of expertise required to take the professional association to a new level. “In 2013 we look forward to increasing awareness of the work of the commercial real estate industry in the region, enhancing our programming for current and prospective members, and introducing some exciting new initiatives,” notes Pezzulla.
BOMA Baltimore is a non-profit membership organization that provides advocacy, education, professional development, and networking to commercial real estate professionals and related service providers. The association, comprised of over 300 members, also serves the community and promotes a standard of excellence in the industry. BOMA Baltimore is federated with BOMA International, an association of 17,000 members who own or manage over nine billion square feet of commercial properties in North America and abroad. For more information on BOMA Baltimore, visit www.bomabaltimore.org.