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October Movers and Shakers

New Hires and Promotions
October 2019
Laurie BakerLaurie Baker  •  Executive Vice President  •  Camden Property Trust  •  Houston

Camden Property Trust promoted Laurie Baker to Executive Vice President of Operations. Baker previously served as Senior Vice President of Fund and Asset Management, a role where she led the creation and management of Camden’s first investment funds. Her new role retains oversight of the company’s investment funds and expands her responsibility over the company’s portfolio operations.

Diane Gilbert-GuthrieDiane Gilbert-Guthrie  •  Regional Vice President  •  Stonemark Management  •  Houston

Stonemark Management hired Diane Gilbert-Guthrie, CPM, as a Regional Vice President. She oversees the firm’s management portfolios in Texas and Tennessee. She earned the 2019 Houston Apartment Association Executive of the Year award. Gilbert-Guthrie serves on the Board of Directors for the Houston Apartment Association and is a board member for Texas Apartment Association and an NAA delegate. Gilbert-Guthrie was most recently Senior Vice President of Operations for Asset Living.

Ed WolffEd Wolff  •  Chief Revenue Officer  •  LeaseLock  •  Marina del Rey, Calif.

LeaseLock a provider of lease insurance hired former RealPage and Pinnacle executive Ed Wolff as Chief Revenue Officer. Wolff oversees the next phase of growth for LeaseLock as it strengthens category leadership by helping to lead all enterprise sales, account management and marketing functions.

Ted WeldonTed Weldon   •  Executive General Manager  •  Lendlease  •  Chicago

Lendlease promoted Theodore T. Weldon III from Senior Vice President of Development to Executive General Manager of Development for Chicago. Weldon manages Lendlease’s significant pipeline of Chicago projects. Weldon’s 30-year career as a real estate developer has included executive roles at RN Realty, Capstone Equity and Related Midwest, formerly LR Development Co. He joined Lendlease in 2015.

Nitin VigNitin Vig  •  Chief Operating Officer  •  Mobile Doorman  •  Chicago

Mobile Doorman, a provider of mobile apps connecting residents and their communities, hired Nitin Vig as its first Chief Operating Officer, Vig brings two decades’ worth of product, tech and general management experience. Most recently, Vig worked as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, where he advised executives at Fortune 100 companies and startups. Years ago, he was instrumental in the development of Motorola’s original Razr phone.

Tim PetersonTim Peterson  •  Chief Operating Officer  •  The Altman Companies  •  Boca Raton, Fla.

The Altman Companies promoted Tim Peterson to Chief Operating Officer. Peterson joined Altman in 2003 as Chief Financial Officer and Partner. He assumed the additional role of Chief Investment Officer in 2015, which he will continue with. Peterson manages the day-to-day operating activities of the company’s development, construction and management divisions. Peterson chairs the investment committee and oversees the strategic planning and budgeting processes for the company.

Robert RabinRobert Rabin  •  Chief Financial Officer  •  The Altman Companies  •  Boca Raton, Fla.

Joining The Altman Companies team is Rob Rabin as Chief Financial Officer. Rabin brings more than 25 years of knowledge and experience in the fields of finance and accounting. Rabin is be responsible for the financial reporting, IT, internal controls, budgeting, tax planning and compliance, forecasting and cash management functions for the company’s development, construction and property management divisions. He previously worked for Penn-Florida Companies and FirstService Residential.

Tracey GrayTracey Gray  •  Regional Account Manager  •  Watchtower Security  •  Scottsdale, Ariz.

Watchtower Security hired Tracey Gray as Regional Account Manager for the West Coast. Gray brings more than 22 years’ experience in the Security Industry to Watchtower Security. During the past three years, Gray has been National Sales Manager for Rent Dynamics, focusing on both conventional and student housing markets.