ATLANTA, May 24, 2016 – Cushman & Wakefield announced today that Laurie Harper has been promoted to lead the firm’s Atlanta Asset Services team, which manages a portfolio of 12 million square feet.
Harper has served as a Portfolio Manager for Cushman & Wakefield’s Asset Services platform for the past three years. Additionally, she’s held senior positions in property and asset management at Jones Lang LaSalle and Equity Office Properties Trust.
“I couldn’t imagine a better fit to step into this leadership role than Laurie, who has shown tremendous aptitude and enthusiasm for everything she’s been tasked with,” said John O’Neill, Cushman & Wakefield Atlanta Managing Principal. “Given her skillset and work ethic, she’s the perfect fit for leading this important service line.”
Marla Maloney, Cushman & Wakefield President, Asset Services, Americas, said she’s anticipating a bright future for Harper and Atlanta’s Asset Services team.
“Laurie is a proven leader in our industry and will be a real catalyst for growth and delivering exceptional client services,” Maloney said. “She’s done nothing but impress during her time working with us. I can’t wait to see what she accomplishes as we continue to expand our portfolio and attract top talent.”
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