Multihousing Leadership Forum 2019

11/18/2019 Miami, FL

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November 18, 2019
Duration: 3 Days
Miami, FL, United States
JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort

Multihousing Leadership Forum Advisory Board

Tim Reardon
Chief Operating Officer
Bridge Property Management

Tim Reardon is the Chief Operating Officer of Bridge Property Management. Tim oversees Bridge’s 30,000+ units with an emphasis on process and increased efficiency through data analysis. He has spoken at numerous conferences including NAA Apartmentalize, NMHC Optech and NAA Maximize, to name a few. He was also the subject of Multi Housing News’ article “Mission Success: Driven by Data” in September 2018.

Previously, Tim created and oversaw the Revenue Management department for Bridge. He helped launch and oversee in excess of 50,000 units onto Revenue Management and more than 30,000 units onto Bridge’s Business Intelligence platform.

Prior to his time with Bridge, Tim founded a sports related retail business in addition to having had successful tenures in sports media with Fox Sports Network in Los Angeles, CA and Broadband Sports in Santa Monica, CA.

Tim holds a B.S. from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Greg Bonifield
Founding Partner
Woodfield Development

Founding partner Greg Bonifield has a lead role in financing, portfolio management, and strategic direction for Woodfield Investments. He sources and negotiates debt and equity, oversees portfolio operations in the Mid-Atlantic, and is directly involved in all project development. Prior to Woodfield, Greg worked with the other founding partners at Summit Properties as the Mid-Atlantic Vice President. Before Summit, he was the President of a private multi-family management company in Texas. Greg earned his BBA degree from Southern Methodist University and his MBA from Georgia State University, Atlanta.

Patrick McCloud
Virginia Apartment Management Association

Mr. McCloud is native of Virginia. He spent most of his life growing up in the Richmond area. Upon completion of high school he enrolled in and attended Bridgewater College in Harrisonburg, VA where in 1993 he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science. After that he did what many college grads with political aspirations do, he went to Washington. Patrick spent the spring and summer of 1994 interning with the Clinton administration in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs. Upon completing his term there Patrick was hired by The State Affairs Company, a public relations, government affairs firm based in Arlington, VA. During his 6 years with the firm, Patrick spent a considerable amount of his time uncovering the political involvement and contribution structure of the American Trial Lawyer Industry. Patrick’s work helped focus national attention on the call for Tort Reform in such publications as the Wall Street Journal.

In 2000 Patrick took over the leadership helm of the association as its Chief Executive Officer. In his role Patrick oversees all administrative and legislative coordination for the Virginia Apartment Management Association. Since his arrival in 2000 Patrick has been a strong supporter of enhanced career development opportunities and professionalism within the multi-family housing industry. His legislative coordination and messaging has lead to passage of numerous pro-industry pieces of legislation. He is considered by many an expert in multi-family public relations and legislative interpretation.

Patrick has served as a Board of Directors of the National Apartment Association (NAA) and the NAA Education Institute (NAAEI). He is past chair of NAA’s Association Executive’s Council, a member of the NAA Budget and Finance committee, former chair of the NAAEI Program Administration Committee and a NAAEI Faculty member.

Jim Ledbetter
Drucker + Falk

Cheering "War Eagle" amid all things orange and blue is where you'll find Jim during football season.  An Auburn alum and supporter of anything "but Bama, "Jim is a workout enthusiast, bike rider, avid fisherman and skier, whose business discussions are often fronted by a throwback sports analogy.

A respected industry veteran, Jim joined Drucker + Falk in 2009, bringing with him 23 years of commercial real estate leadership experience. As a senior-level investment and asset management executive with some of the industry’s most prominent firms, Jim has extensive experience in commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, finance, development, brokerage, and property management.  He has been instrumental in the transformation of Drucker + Falk from a family business to now being among the Top 50 most prestigious property management firms in the country.

A graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management, Jim obtained a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in finance from Georgia State University. He is a member of the National Multifamily Housing Council, National Apartment Association, Urban Land Institute, National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, the International Council of Shopping Centers, and the Institute of Real Estate Management.

Lisa M. Trapp General Partner
Senior Vice-President 
Sequoia Equities, Inc.

Ms. Trapp is responsible for Sequoia’s investment activities, from on-boarding capital, capital allocation, acquisition, and stabilization. She originally joined Sequoia in 2007. Throughout her career, she has been responsible for numerous activities including portfolio operations vis a vis marketing, business technology, investor relations, and revenue management in addition to asset management and acquisitions. Ms. Trapp has been directly involved in developing the investment thesis, proforma, procurement and business planning of more than $2B of real estate across the country.

Prior to re-joining Sequoia, Ms. Trapp was Vice President of Marketing at CWS Apartment Homes in Austin, Texas. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications and has served on numerous industry boards; to include, the Rental Housing Association and National Apartment Association’s Global Outreach and Communications Advisory Boards. Ms. Trapp 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.


Rick Cavenaugh
President and CEO

Stoneleigh Companies

Founded in 2007 by President and CEO Rick Cavenaugh, Stoneleigh Companies is a private real estate investment company focused on the acquisition and development of income-producing multifamily properties. Stoneleigh’s team is experienced in all facets of commercial real estate development, finance and operations. It has an extensive multifamily portfolio, having targeted the acquisition of existing apartment properties as well as the development of new luxury apartment communities in select markets to build a portfolio of institutional quality properties.

Stephanie Brock 
Senior Vice President

As Senior Vice President of Multifamily Operations and Asset Management, Stephanie manages the complete Multifamily portfolio including monitoring performance, creating and administering capital improvement plans, and managing budgets and actual P&L’s for each property. In addition, Stephanie develops and executes marketing and leasing strategy for all McWHINNEY managed Multifamily properties, ensuring stabilized operating properties maintain an annual average of 94% or higher physical occupancy and net NOI equals or exceeds 95% of approved budgets. Stephanie also manages and develops the Multifamily Operations team to ensure consistent execution of onsite performance and establishes consistent operating policies and procedures across all properties.

Stephanie joins McWHINNEY from US Residential, a full-service multi-family, third-party management firm operating in over 20 states and 35 markets across the United States. At US Residential, her duties included leading and managing five direct reports in administration, IT, accounting, marketing, training, human resources, legal, construction management, and property management, along with client relations and new business generation. Stephanie’s notable accomplishments at US Residential include reengineering the company from the top down to provide an institutional platform for operations and reporting, completing a rebrand of the company including vision, core values, attributes and region alignment, managing a second restructure of the organization due to an acquisition, integrating over 350 associates into US Residential, re-aligning regions, leadership and shared services, and finally, increasing EBITDA 10% through business growth and streamlining operations. 

Stephanie’s previous professional experience includes leadership positions with notable Multifamily-oriented organizations including Greystar, Riverstone Residential Group, and Trammell Crow Residential Services.

Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Journalism with a minor in Psychology from the University of Texas, Austin.


Justin Marshall
Chief Operating Officer

Justin Marshall is responsible for leading Fogelman’s property operations and regional operating teams, which includes management of 28,000 apartment homes. A veteran of the multifamily industry, Justin has been involved in the acquisitions, development and property management. Prior to Fogelman, Justin served as President of TriBridge Residential Management in Atlanta, Georgia. Justin is a graduate of the University of Georgia and earned his MBA in Real Estate and Finance from Emory University. He also earned a CPA license from the state of Georgia. Justin is an avid supporter of and volunteer for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

John T. Brazer
Director of Publicity

John joined the Philadelphia Phillies Marketing Department in 1994. From 1994- 1996, John served as the team’s Promotions Director. His responsibilities included generating publicity with the local and national media, creating and organizing promotional events on an annual basis, as well as negotiating barter deals for advertising and sponsorship purposes.

In 1996, John became the Phillies Publicist, acting as the marketing spokesperson for the media. He can be heard on virtually every major radio station in the Philadelphia market and can be seen regularly on many local, regional and national television programs. He is known throughout the region as the “Director of Fun & Games”.

John is the co-host of a weekly radio show on 1490 WBCB called “The Baseball Insiders Show” with former Phillies pitchers Tommy Greene and Ricky Bottalico. John also co-hosts a weekly podcast with the “best friend” of the Phanatic, Tom Burgoyne, called “Backstage with Burgoyne & Braze” and is a weekly guest on the Phillies pregame radio show on 94 WIP.

John currently serves on several Boards including the Liberty USO, the Greater Philadelphia Film Office and the Darren Daulton Foundation.

Before working for the Phillies, John spent five years in the Employee Benefits industry in sales and as a consultant. John also spent a year in Manchester, England playing and coaching lacrosse.

John grew up in St. Davids, Pa. and graduated from the Haverford School in 1983. He has a BA degree from the University of Virginia, Class of 1987.

John currently resides in Gwynedd Valley, Pa with his wife Jill and daughter Charlotte.

Multihousing Leadership Forum Event Manager - Leigh Curry

Leigh Curry has been actively running conferences for apartment executives for more than 20 years. Starting with the initial Multifamily Executive Conferences, Leigh also started the initial Multifamily Executive Leadership Summit in Vail in conjunction with the National Multi Housing Council (NMHC); the initial Executive Brainstorming Sessions; the Institute for Rental Housing Studies (IRHS) in Park City now in its 12th year in conjunction with the National Apartment Association (NAA); as well as helped produce sixteen Multifamily Exchanges, the only national reverse trade show for executives involved with new development, renovation/rehab, procurement and asset management.