Genevieve Bauer has been hired as senior vice president in charge of multifamily communities in the Mid-Atlantic region for WinnResidential, the property management arm of property developer and manager WinnCompanies, the Boston-based company announced Monday.

Bauer, who has 15 years of management experience, will be responsible for overseeing property management and maintenance of WinnResidential operations in the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, a portfolio spanning 52 properties with approximately 7,700 apartments.

Most recently, Bauer served as the vice president of operations for Forest City Residential Management, where she was responsible for managing the company’s privatized military housing communities across the United States.

In her new role, she will be based in the company’s Baltimore office.

“Gen is a great fit for our needs because of her proven success in strategic planning, problem solving, and creating operating efficiencies for multifamily property management” said Deirdre Kuring, president of WinnResidential. “We will benefit immeasurably from her insight and leadership as we continue to build our portfolio and strengthen our presence in the Mid-Atlantic.”

The company release also highlighted Bauer’s education and volunteer service:

Bauer received her bachelor’s degree in International Studies from the University of Denver and is pursuing a master’s in Leadership and Organization from the University of Denver. She is a Certified Property Manager as designated by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), and a Certified Defense Privatization Manager as designated by the Military Housing Lodging Institute (MHLI).

Bauer also is active in several charity organizations, serving as a Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Milestones Autism Organization, past Committee Vice Chair for the National Apartment Organization’s Military Housing Committee, and as a team member of the American Heart Association’s Corporate Leadership Team.

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