Jordan D. Schnitzer
Jordan D. Schnitzer, President
Native Oregonian and President of Harsch Investment Properties, Jordan D. Schnitzer, runs the Portland-based real estate acquisition, development and management company started by his father in 1950. He is a 1973 graduate of the University of Oregon and in 1976 received his doctorate degree from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College.
In addition to his role as CEO at Harsch, Jordan is also Director of the Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation and has served on over 31 civic and cultural boards including the Portland Art Museum, the Japanese Garden Society of Oregon, the High Desert Museum in Bend, and the Friends of Astoria Column, to name a few. Following his family’s commitment to support art and culture, Jordan has created one of the nation’s largest contemporary print collections, which is shared with the public through the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.
He and his Family Foundation have funded and organized over 100 exhibitions of art from his collection which have traveled to over 100 museums, including the recent Andy Warhol exhibition at the Portland Art Museum with a record-breaking attendance of over 101,000 visitors. The Foundation also supports numerous outreach programs that enhance and educate the community about the importance of the arts.
Executive Vice President
Arlene Schnitzer, Vice President
No individual personifies the Portland arts community more than Arlene Schnitzer. A native Oregonian, she founded and directed the legendary Fountain Gallery of Art from 1961 until 1986. Through the Fountain Gallery, Arlene pioneered a nationwide appreciation for art produced in the Pacific Northwest as she continued to support regional artists and develop a commercial and critical market for their work. In the process, she and her husband, Harold, amassed a major collection of Pacific Northwest art, international glass sculpture, and early Chinese art, much of which is destined for the permanent collections of the Portland Art Museum.
In 1994, Arlene and Harold co-founded the Harold and Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation, which supports a variety of programs in Oregon. In addition to her work with the CARE Foundation, Arlene’s commitment to the Portland community led her to found CommuniCare, a year-long, student-directed program which provides an environment for young adults to learn about the needs of their communities through grant making and thus promote a long-term understanding and ethic of philanthropy and volunteerism. Arlene currently serves on the boards of the Oregon Health & Science University Foundation, Portland Art Museum, Oregon Symphony, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Portland, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Palm Springs Art Museum and the McCallum Theatre (Palm Desert, CA), as well as advisory committees for many other organizations.
Arlene is perhaps most popularly recognized as the woman whose name graces the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, affectionately known to Portlanders as “The Schnitz.” The City of Portland recognized the Schnitzers’ major gift toward the Portland Center for the Performing Arts by naming the concert hall in her honor.
She has also been in the public eye for decades as a tireless advocate for social causes. From 1968 through 1980, she produced public service television programming, as well as hosted her own program on public broadcasting, taking pride in focusing on controversial social concerns such as homosexuality, child abuse, abortion rights, and the death penalty — issues that were not widely discussed at the time.
Arlene has received many public service awards, including:
- Distinguished Service Awards from both the University of Oregonand Western Oregon State College
- Aubrey Watzek Award from Lewis & Clark College
- Honorary doctorate degrees from both Portland State University and Pacific Northwest College of Art
- Governor’s Award for the Arts
- Tom McCall Leadership Award
- Simon Benson Award, Portland State University
- Portland First Citizen Award
- Lifetime Service Award, U.S. District Court or Oregon Historical Society
SVP, Chief Financial Officer
Ryan Irwin, SVP, CFO
As Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Harsch Investment Properties, Ryan Irwin is responsible for all aspects of corporate finance operations, treasury management, accounting, IT, lender relationship management, risk management and financing of the company’s commercial real estate portfolio, acquisitions, construction and redevelopment projects.
Ryan joined Harsch in 2004 and his work brings over 20 years of real estate finance, retail, and development experience with the successful completion of over $3 billion in financing transactions with commercial lenders, banks, and life insurance companies. Prior to joining Harsch Investment Properties, Ryan held real estate finance positions with Limited Brands in Columbus, Ohio, and Gap Inc. in San Francisco, California.
Ryan’s education consists of a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and International Relations from the University of California, Davis and a Master’s in International Policy Studies from Stanford University. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, and is on the advisory board of the Institute for Youth Success at Education Northwest (formerly Oregon Mentors), a Portland-based non-profit dedicated to expanding mentoring and strengthening youth development organizations in Oregon.
SVP, HR & Risk Management
Rojita Raghubansh, SVP, HR & Risk Management
Rojita Raghubansh joined Harsch Investment Properties in 2015 and currently serves as Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Risk Management. She is responsible for providing human resources and risk management services throughout the company’s portfolio.
Prior to joining Harsch, she was the Director of Human Resources for a multi-state, multi-site senior housing company focused on providing independent living, assisted living and memory care for seniors. Rojita has extensive experience in talent acquisition, strategic planning, leadership development, succession planning, employee relations, organizational development, employee retention and risk management. Her passion for talent development fosters an environment of collaboration, which drives results.
She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources from Portland State University and a professional designation of Senior Professional in Human Resources from Society of Human Resources.
SVP, Seattle Regional Manager
Rob Aigner, SVP, Regional Manager, Seattle
Rob has been an active leader in the Puget Sound Area commercial real estate industry for over 35 years. Rob joined Harsch in XXXX and oversees the Seattle Region, which includes over two million square feet of office, industrial, and retail space. Prior to joining Harsch, Rob was the Executive Managing Director overseeing the Puget Sound Region offices with Colliers International while also serving on the Colliers International Board of Directors. Prior to running the Colliers regional operations, he led CBRE’s Puget Sound offices as its Managing Director for 8 years. His introduction to the business came as an industrial salesperson, working on the Eastside during the 1980s.
Rob is actively involved with a number of industry and community organizations, where he serves in leadership roles. Rob is a graduate of the University of Washington with a BS degree in Zoology, and where he sits on the advisory board of the Runstad School of Real Estate.
SVP, Portland Regional Manager
Steve Roselli, SVP, Regional Manager, Portland
Steve Roselli began his real estate career with CB Commercial in 1985, working with brokerage, management, and information services in both the Bellevue and Seattle offices. He joined Harsch in 1996, where he is Portland Regional Manager, responsible for all office and industrial operations and leasing in Portland. Prior to joining Harsch, he spent six years with SUHRCO Management and Development as Vice President & Director of Brokerage and Leasing in Bellevue. Steve received his Bachelor of Arts in Finance from the University of Washington and is currently on the Board of Directors of Portland Business Alliance and Portland State University’s Real Estate Advisory Board. He has also served on the Board of Directors of Portland’s Commercial Association of Realtors and is past President of the Oregon Chapter of NAIOP, as well as Director of Oregon for NAIOP International.
SVP, San Francisco Regional Manager
Eric Stein, SVP, Regional Manager, San Francisco
Eric joined Harsch in 2011 with over 25 years of real estate experience and an MBA from Golden Gate University in San Francisco. In his previous role as Director, Space and Property Management at the prestigious California Pacific Medical Center, Eric oversaw a 65-building portfolio with over 400 tenants and 65 employees. He currently serves as Chair of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Codes Committee.
SVP, East Bay Regional Manager
Julie Remy, SVP, Regional Manager, East Bay
Julie Remy is responsible for leasing and property operations for the 1.2 million-square-foot East Bay portfolio within the San Francisco/Bay Area region. Since joining Harsch in 2005, Julie has successfully integrated five acquisitions, comprising more than 20 buildings, into the portfolio. In addition to building and directing a top-notch team, Julie is directly responsible for all acquisitions, marketing, leasing, management, and capital projects. She also currently serves on the Board for Hacienda Business Park Owners Association and is a member of East Bay CREW and BOMA. Julie is a California native, born and raised in the Pleasanton / East Bay area and coaches her local Challenger Division Little League baseball team in her free time.
SVP, Sacramento Regional Manager
John Shorey, SVP, Regional Manager, Sacramento
SVP, Las Vegas Regional Manager
Reed Gottesman, SVP, Las Vegas Regional Manager
As the Senior Vice President and Las Vegas Regional Manager, Reed Gottesman oversees over 10 million-square-foot portfolio of commercial parks and a staff of 50 employees serving 1,900 tenants throughout Southern Nevada. Before joining Harsch, Reed was an industrial broker in the South Bay port market of Los Angeles with CBRE. He began his professional career on Wall Street as a NASDAQ Market Maker in 1997 with Deutsche Bank Capital Markets. Reed is a graduate of the University of Maryland.
Reed currently serves on the Executive Board of Directors for NAIOP Southern Nevada and is the Board Liaison to the Programs Committee. He is also a member of the NAIOP National Marketing & Leasing Forum. Reed is married to Tonya, and is the proud father of three beautiful girls, Cassidy, Kennedy, and Becker.
SVP, San Diego / Arizona Regional Manager
Bill Rodewald, SVP, Regional Manager, San Diego
Bill Rodewald began his commercial real estate career in 1980 as an office leasing specialist with Grubb and Ellis, moving to Colliers International in 1982. Before joining Harsch in 2002, he was a member of Colliers’ US Board of Directors and served as Executive Managing Director of its Southwest Region. Bill is responsible for managing Harsch’s San Diego, CA, Salt Lake City, UT and Phoenix, AZ regions. He earned his marketing degree from San Diego State University and serves on the San Diego SIOR chapter board. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the San Diego chapter of NAIOP.
SVP, Retail South
Michael Corbitt, SVP, Retail
Mike Corbitt joined Harsch in 2000. He spearheaded the 47-acre, 550,000 square foot South Shore Center redevelopment project in Alameda located on the San Francisco Bay. Managing day-to-day operations and leasing he also was instrumental in obtaining the required entitlements for this major redevelopment project. After 10 years and more than 350,000 square feet of new leases, the $85M redevelopment sold for $181M to German-owned Jamestown Properties. Mike now directs the Retail Division which currently includes over 2.2 million square feet of property throughout the West Coast. Before working at Harsch, Mike worked for Trammel Crow in their Foster City office and is a longtime active member of ICSC.
SVP, Retail North
Jay Fetherston, VP, Retail Acquisition and Development
His transaction experience spans the acquisition of over 100 commercial properties and includes redevelopment and repositioning retail shopping centers and malls with financial, construction, legal, and environmental considerations.
Jay’s specific specialty areas include redeveloping retail, value-add, medical office building (MOB), green building, site planning, historic buildings, construction management, defects resolution, environmental remediation, in-house counsel, contract negotiation and documentation, financial analysis and underwriting, due diligence, structuring debt, and equity.
Prior to Harsch, Jay served as a commercial real estate acquisition and redevelopment professional applying a private sector skill-set to Transit Oriented Development along Phoenix’s expanding light rail corridors to create Economic Development along light rail, utilizing both publicly and privately owned properties. In previous roles including ScanlanKemperBard Companies and MBK Northwest, Jay acquired and redeveloped retail properties, and redeveloped centers to serve the customers and communities as retail evolves.
Jim Sather, SVP, Development
Jim Sather joined Harsch Investment Properties in 2015 as Senior Vice President of Development focused on providing development and construction management services throughout the company’s portfolio. Jim brings over 30 years of experience in commercial construction and development. Prior to joining Harsch, Jim spent 19 years at Howard S. Wright, a leading West Coast contractor and subsidiary of Balfour Beatty Construction, a national contractor operating throughout the United States. During Jim’s tenure at Howard S. Wright, he held numerous positions including Project Executive, Vice President/Manager of the Special Projects Group, and ultimately President of the Oregon Division from 2012-2014. His experience includes all aspects of commercial construction including initial design management through project completion. Jim holds a Construction Engineering Management degree from Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon, and has served on the Board of Directors for NAIOP Oregon Chapter.
VP, Leasing, San Diego / Arizona
Alex Aboud, VP, Leasing
Alex Aboud joined Harsch Investment Properties in 2013 and is responsible for leasing Harsch’s San Diego portfolio, consisting of over 400 tenants in 1.7 million square feet of office, flex and industrial space. Additionally, Alex oversees the leasing and asset management of Harsch’s Phoenix and Tucson portfolios, totaling 700,000 square feet. Alex has 18 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry and is a licensed California real estate broker.
Alex has worked as both a Leasing Director and Property Manager in San Diego and Orange County, and has assisted in the underwriting, development and acquisition of over 1 million square feet of commercial multi-tenant properties during his career. He is also responsible for tenant improvement and capital projects of over $1 million in size. Alex holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Maryland.
VP, Corporate Controller
Bill Agnew, VP, Corporate Controller
Bill Agnew is responsible for Harsch’s corporate accounting functions, which include financial and investor reporting, budgeting, forecasting, financial analysis and cash management. Prior to joining Harsch in 2005, Bill held various financial management positions over a 25 year career in the banking, leasing and loan servicing industries. Bill has an undergraduate degree from Portland State University and is a certified public accountant. He served on the 2015-2017 board of directors for United Way of the Columbia Willamette and actively serves as an assistant coach for various sports with Special Olympics Oregon.
VP, Regional Leasing
Steve Barragar, VP, Director of Leasing
As Regional Leasing Director, Steve Barragar leads the Portland leasing efforts for the 3.5 million square feet of office and industrial buildings that make up the diverse Portland Region Portfolio. With over 18 years of commercial real estate experience, Steve was an industrial real estate broker with Colliers International and previously Grubb & Ellis. He was ranked by Co-Star Group among Portland’s 2004 top 20 brokers based upon industrial leasing transaction volume prior to joining Harsch Investment Properties in 2005. Steve received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Puget Sound. He is past president of the NAIOP Oregon Chapter and is a licensed principal real estate broker in the State of Oregon.
Renee Dockweiler, VP, Tax
Renee Dockweiler, CPA, is VP of Tax for Harsch Investment Properties. She is responsible for the corporate tax department, including the tax strategy, business planning and tax accounting.
Additionally, Renee is responsible for the company’s implementation of tax-saving opportunities, family and wealth planning, and counseling management on tax matters and regulatory developments.
Before coming to Harsch, Renee was Chief Financial Officer and Real Estate Counsel for Killian Pacific LLC, Associate Tax and Real Estate Attorney for Holland & Knight LLP, and an adjunct professor in graduate level taxation at Portland State University. She is an Oregon Certified Public Accountant a member of the Oregon State Bar and holds a J.D. with a Certificate in Taxation from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College and an undergraduate degree in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Puget Sound.
VP, Human Resources
Brenda Davey, VP, Human Resources
Brenda Davey joined Harsch Investment Properties in 1996 and is currently Vice President of Human Resources. Formerly, she was Director of Recruiting at Harsch.
Brenda’s role encompasses the full cycle of employment for Harsch staff across all regions in the portfolio from onboarding forward, working with current employees to help guide their career planning. She is responsible for building training and development programs to ensure that we provide a workplace that supports our staff in achieving their professional goals.
Brenda has worked in the real estate industry for more than 19 years, managing staffs of more than 100 employees. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management.
Maya Hausmann, CPM, LEED GA
VP, Operations, San Diego
Maya Hausmann, VP of Operations, San Diego
Maya Hausman has over 20 years of experience in the real estate industry and began her career managing Class A office buildings in downtown Boston, including the Boston Celtics headquarters. During her career, she won three local and regional BOMA The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) awards and established the San Diego regional office of a publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). Maya joined Harsch Investment Properties in 2004 as a Property Manager in San Diego. She took a brief break from the company between 2010-2019 to raise her family. She now oversees the operations for 2.7 million square feet in Harsch’s San Diego Region, which also includes the Utah and Arizona portfolios.
Maya studied Economics, Finance and Public Policy at Simmons University, Boston and holds her Certified Property Manager (CPM®) designation, as well as the LEED GA designation.
Senior Counsel, Retail
Diana Hodge, Senior Counsel, Retail
Diana Hodge joined Harsch in 2005 and represents the company in all facets of retail leasing transactions, including letter of intent and lease negotiations, tenant disputes, construction and delivery schedules, and other related retail leasing matters. For over 23 years, Diana has focused her law practice on retail leasing and has negotiated hundreds of leases with national, regional and local retailers. After serving two years as a judicial law clerk for Judge Edmonds of the Oregon Court of Appeals, she worked for 10 years in private practice in Portland, Oregon, with McEwen Gisvold, et al. , representing the Oregon Public Employee’s Retirement Fund in commercial leasing matters involving retail, office and industrial properties. Diana joined Hollywood Video’s legal department in 2004 and negotiated leases and related documents on behalf of the national tenant that had over 2,000 stores nationwide. For the past 12 years at Harsch, Diana has successfully negotiated leases with many national anchor tenants, including Whole Foods Market, Nordstrom Rack, Best Buy, Ross, Petsmart, Golf Galaxy, TJ Maxx, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s, Borders, Dollar Tree, Petsmart, Old Navy and Starbucks.
VP, Property Controller
Ed Kanter, VP, Property Controller
Edward Kanter joined the Harsch family in 1996 and is currently responsible for the property accounting and reporting of the Company’s portfolio of 24 million square feet of industrial, office, retail, and construction and redevelopment projects. Edward brings years of property management experience with both fee and owner managed properties, as well as real estate syndication and investor reporting.
Edward’s most recent positions prior to joining Harsch, were at Mackenzie Patterson, Inc. a Real Estate Investment Company and RPS Management Company a national, privately owned Real Estate owner, manager, and syndicator of low income housing units. Edward earned his undergraduate degree from the University of West Florida and is a CPA licensed in California.
Chief Information Officer
Kyriacos Kitsis, Chief Information Officer
As the Chief Information Officer of Harsch Investment Properties, Kyriacos Kitsis is leading the organization’s technology strategy and is responsible for executing strategic and tactical information technology initiatives that align with the mission of Harsch. Kyriacos is known for his expertise in building high performance IT Organizations and brings 28 years of experience in Information Technology from both the private and public sectors. Prior to joining Harsch Investment Properties in 2015, Kyriacos held senior technology leadership positions with AirTouch Cellular, Sony Pictures Entertainment, County of Ventura, and State of Oregon.
Kyriacos received an Associate degree in Computer Science from Cyprus College, a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of Central Oklahoma, a Master in Business Administration from Pepperdine University, and a Certificate for completing the one-year Executive Program in Management at the Anderson school of business at UCLA.
VP, Operations & Leasing, Las Vegas
Amanda McCauley, AVP, Portfolio Manager, Las Vegas
Amanda McCauley joined Harsch Investment Properties in 2013 and is responsible for the leasing and management of the Speedway and North Las Vegas Portfolios, totaling over 2.5 million square feet and growing. Amanda has over 20 years of experience in the real estate industry working in both residential and commercial real estate. Prior to working with Harsch, Amanda worked in leasing and property management in the Chicagoland area and Beverly Hills.
Amanda is a graduate of DePaul University and is an active member of both NAIOP and BOMA.
VP, Leasing, Sacramento
Chris McConnico, AVP, Leasing Manager, Sacramento
Chris McConnico is responsible for leasing efforts within the 2.4 million-square-foot office and industrial Sacramento portfolio. Previously, he managed leasing for Harsch’s 1.2 million square feet of property in the East Bay Area. Prior to joining Harsch in 2014, Chris spent six years as a Senior Leasing Manager for Legacy Partners in the Bay Area. Chris began his career with Grubb & Ellis as an office real estate broker and also worked for Jones Lang LaSalle. Chris received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Saint Mary’s College. Chris is also a board member of The Bermuda Research Corporation.
VP, General Counsel
Jennifer Nichols, VP, General Counsel
Jennifer (Jen) Nichols joined Harsch Investment Properties in 2019 and currently serves as Vice President, General Counsel. In her role, Jen is responsible for overseeing the company’s legal initiatives and leading the corporate legal department.
Prior to joining Harsch, Jen was the Deputy General Counsel of Banner Real Estate Group located in the greater Chicagoland area, where she focused her efforts on multifamily and self-storage acquisitions, development, and the debt and equity financings related thereto. Prior to her work at Banner, Jen was a Member of Ginsberg Jacobs LLC, where her work included real estate, finance, and tax credit transactions. Prior to joining Ginsberg Jacobs, Jen acted as the Associate General Counsel for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe where she counseled the multi-million dollar operations of Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort. She started her career with Warner, Norcross & Judd LLP.
Jen received a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish from Michigan State University in 2003, a Juris Doctorate from Boston College Law School in 2006, a Masters in Taxation from Grand Valley State University in 2009, and a Masters of Business Administration from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management in 2015.
Jeff Nudelman, VP, General Counsel
Before coming to Harsch in 2008, Jeff was in the private practice of law in Portland, Oregon for more than twenty years. During that time, he was the leader of the Corporate and Business Practice Group of one of Oregon’s largest law firms and worked on several high profile real estate developments in and around the Northwest. In 2006, Jeff became General Counsel to one of the nation’s largest building material suppliers. After attending the University of Oregon and the Lewis and Clark Law School, Jeff served as an aide to a U.S. congressman. A fourth-generation Oregonian, Jeff has led and served on numerous boards of not-for-profit organizations, coached youth baseball and basketball, and received the University of Oregon’s Jeanne Johnson Alumni Service Award. He currently serves the community on the Boards of the following organizations: Friends of the Children, Greater Portland Hillel, University of Oregon Portland Council, Peninsula One Drainage District, and the TCU Parents Association.
Senior Counsel, Acquisitions
Wes Raborn, Senior Counsel, Acquisitions
Wes Raborn, Senior Counsel, Acquisitions, represents Harsch Investment Properties in complex real estate transactions. Since joining Harsch in 2015, he has successfully closed approximately $450 million in real estate purchases in six western states. In addition, Wes negotiates commercial flex industrial leasing and development agreements throughout Harsch’s extensive and mixed portfolio of tenants.
Prior to joining Harsch, Wes served as Vice President & General Counsel at Shilo Inns from 2009-2014 with attention to all company-owned hotels, restaurants, management and holding companies, and their respective employees in ten states. During his tenure at Shilo, Wes was instrumental in selling over $50 million in commercial properties and provided legal and business counsel related to financing, real estate, and corporate transactions. Wes also worked in private practice for several years wherein he engaged multifaceted business and real estate transactions. Wes also served as in-house counsel with Standard Insurance Company after moving to Oregon from New Orleans in 2001, where he commenced his legal career.
VP, Seattle Region
Delilah Richman, Regional VP, Seattle
Delilah Richman began her 25+ year commercial real estate career with LaSalle Partners in 1987, managing Class A Office and Retail product in Minneapolis, MN. She was an active member of the national elite “LaSalle Swat Team”, launching new office towers, training new staff and setting up new office locations as additional Class A buildings came on board. With a relocation and promotion she moved to the Northwest overseeing their Class A Office and Retail in Seattle, WA.
She joined Harsch Investment Properties Seattle Region in 1998 and manages the regional staff, operations and leasing of its 2.1 million-square-foot office/industrial, 494+ multi-tenant portfolio. Delilah has successfully integrated ten acquisitions, comprising of more than 50 buildings, into the Seattle portfolio and has supported the corporate headquarters acquisition team in their due diligence investigations for future project procurements.
Delilah is an active member and has served on NAIOPcommittees, BOMA, CREW, and the Board of Directors for the Seattle South Park Business Association. Delilah currently serves on CREW’s Puget Sound Mentoring Program, which was established in the winter of 2017. She also completed the 9-month CREW Leadership Series Program.
VP, Property Management, Las Vegas
Katherine Rose, VP, Director of Property Management, Las Vegas
Kathy is Vice President, Director of Property Management. She is responsible for property management oversight and supervision of the currently eight million square foot office and industrial Las Vegas portfolio. Kathy’s responsibilities for the Las Vegas office include oversite of over 1,000 tenants, five satellite offices and 22 property management staff. For more than five years, Kathy was the Portfolio Manager for the South Central Portfolio of Las Vegas, which consisted of over two million square feet and 500 tenants. Before joining Harsch in 2009, Kathy spent over 30 years in fee property management with CBRE and Grubb and Ellis, in a range of duties from administrative assistant to Director of Asset Services. Kathy is involved with charitable activities for Three Square Food Bank and the American Cancer Society.
VP, Operations – Westside, Portland
Lisa Rummel, VP, Operations - Westside, Portland
Lisa has spent nearly two decades managing mixed-use assets and industrial parks in Oregon and Washington. Lisa joined Harsch in 2001 and now leads a team that manages a portfolio of 1.7 million square feet of commercial real estate ranging from office, multi-family and industrial flex properties. Prior to Harsch, Lisa has worked for Trammel Crow, Salinas Investment, Unico Properties and Norris, Beggs & Simpson. She has served on several boards, including Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Oregon, Clean & Safe, and the Citizens Crime Commission.
Angela Williams, VP, Finance
Angela Retz Williams joined Harsch Investment Properties in 2013. As a member of the Finance team, Angela is responsible for managing lender relationships and financing the company’s commercial real estate portfolio and construction projects.
Angela started her career in commercial real estate banking and brings over 13 years of banking experience with a various banks where she focused on construction and permanent lending throughout Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Her expertise lies in project feasibility underwriting, financial analysis, and relationship management. Angela is a Portland native and a graduate of Portland State University.