Norfolk, Va.–based real estate management firm Harbor Group Management Co. has announced the promotion of staff members Michelle Campbell, Amanda Stoeber, Sheila Sehlhorst, and April Weand to senior regional manager (SRM) positions.
“The key to HGM’s long-standing success is our ability to hire and retain the brightest professionals in the industry. These fine leaders are committed to creating the very best work environments and communities possible. Their vision, integrity, and discipline have been a large driving force behind our success,” said Robert Friedman, president of Harbor Group Management, in a statement.
Campbell will serve as SRM for Florida. She joined HGM in 2013 with more than 24 years of real estate experience. She has overseen a variety of real estate types and portfolios.
Stoeber will serve as SRM for Dallas and Houston. She joined HGM in 2007 with more than 16 years of property management experience. She has been nominated for the Tarrant County Regional Manager of the Year Award by the National Apartment Association, and was honored with HGM’s Presidents Award in 2012.
“Michelle and Amanda bring strong financial acumen and operating expertise to all of the assets they manage,” said Karen Schrah, vice president of multifamily for HGM, in a statement. “I’m excited to watch their careers grow and know they will benefit their teams with their passion for providing exceptional service to our customers.”
Sehlhorst will serve as SRM for Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. She joined HGM as a property manager in 2002 and has since driven the firm’s success in many new markets, including Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, Texas, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut.
Weand will serve as SRM for Dallas, Atlanta, and third-party properties in Tampa, Fla. She joined HGM in January 2007 and has held many on-site and corporate positions during that time. Her expertise is in property management leadership, and she has completed many successful acquisitions and dispositions.
“Sheila and April have contributed to some of our most successful projects, spearheading numerous acquisitions, dispositions, and receiverships for HGM, and have been recognized for their leadership and teamwork,” Schrah continued. “They are known for their ability to inspire others and their comprehensive market knowledge.”
Harbor Group Management’s holdings encompass 4.7 million square feet of commercial space and over 22,000 apartment units, valued in excess of $4.5 billion.