Chief Operating Officer, Property Management
Lisa is responsible for portfolio operations including property management, maintenance, safety & risk management, information technology, revenue management, marketing, and employee education. She originally joined CWS in 2017. Throughout her career, Lisa has been directly involved in developing the investment thesis, pro forma, procurement and business planning of more than $2B of real estate across the country. Prior to re-joining CWS, Lisa was a General Partner and Senior Vice President of Business Development at Sequoia Equities in the San Francisco Bay Area. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in communications and has served on numerous industry boards including the Rental Housing Association and the National Apartment Association’s Global Outreach and Communications Advisory Board. Lisa is a member of the Urban Land Institute, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, and holds a real estate license in the State of California.
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Private placement real estate securities offerings are speculative and involve substantial risks. Risks may include, but are not limited to, illiquidity, lack of diversification, loss of capital, default risk, environmental, development, and capital call risk. Investments may not achieve their objectives as outlined in their business plans.