Fall 2015 Real Estate Resume Book Fall 2015 & Spring 2016 Graduates CONTENTS UNDERGRADUATE (BBA) PROGRAM BBA Program Description BBA Students Seeking: Full time Positions - Available Dec. 2015 Full time Positions - Available May 2016 Summer 2016 Internships GRADUATE (MBA) PROGRAM MBA Program Description MBA Students Seeking: Full time Positions - Available May 2016 Summer 2016 Internships ABOUT OUR RESUME BOOK As is true for resumes sent directly to your office by prospective employees, the students in this book are allowed to format their resume as they choose. The Terry Real Estate Program does not review the resumes for grammatical accuracy, nor do we verify GPAs. By allowing the students to control their resumes, we believe it offers a better overall signal to the employer. LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR RECRUITING If your firm has a potential employment opportunity that you would like to bring to our students' attention, we have found it very beneficial to employers to advertise their position using our mailing list. Simply email us ([email protected]) your position announcement and we will distribute it to our students. This way, students will contact you directly. This method allows you to avoid contacting students in the resume book that may not be interested in your position, as well as avoiding those who have already found permanent employment. Please take a moment to acquaint yourself with the students at The Terry College of Business who will soon be graduating from our Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program with a major in real estate or from our Master of Business Administration (MBA) program with a concentration in real estate. Please note that the Terry Real Estate Program, from which these students are graduating, is widely recognized as one of the best real estate programs in the nation by sources such as U.S. News and World Report. In fact, no other real estate program in the Southeast is ranked higher than Terry’s. The students graduating with a BBA are well grounded in the principles of real estate, appraisal, and finance. These students are interested in entry level positions in real estate offering opportunity for growth. The MBA students usually have at least three years of work experience, although it may be in a different field. Upon completing the MBA program, the students possess the ability to analyze the complex real estate environment using their strong technical skills and increased understanding of real estate markets. If your future needs involve the addition or replacement of a person on your staff, please contact our department office and we will do everything possible to assist you in finding the right person or feel free to contact these students directly. If you would like to come to UGA to interview, please contact the Career Planning & Placement Center at (706) 542-3375 for undergraduates or the Terry MBA Career Services department at (706) 542-3524 for MBA student interviews. Thank you for your support of the Terry College of Business. Sincerely, SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM We are looking for firms that are willing to provide our students with an educational experience that combines academic work with practical, applied experience in the real estate industry. The Internship Program offers flexibility to the firm to utilize student workers, while providing the student with a hands-on experience that can only be gained through practice. If you are interested in providing an internship for one of our students, an Employer's Guide to the Internship Program can be found under the Recruiters link on our web page. Henry J. Munneke Professor of Real Estate [email protected] LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PROGRAM: www.terry.uga.edu/realestate/ PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO HELP US OUT! If you do not wish to receive the Real Estate Resume Book or if you wish to update your contact information, please complete the form below and return a copy of it to us using the contact information provided below. Please check the appropriate response: [ ] I would like to be removed from your mailing list. [ ] I would like to be added to the mailing list or have my record updated. Name: Company Name: Address: Phone (optional): e-mail (optional): Mailing Address: The Real Estate Program Terry College of Business 206 Brooks Hall Athens, GA 30602-6255 Fax: (706) 542-4295 Email: [email protected] (please use the subject line “resume book”) 3 NOTES Available December 2015 through May 2016 Undergraduate Real Estate Courses BBA PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The undergraduate real estate program provides the student with an analytical foundation and a firm understanding of the areas of real estate finance, investment, and valuation. The major in real estate is directed toward students planning for a career in real estate brokerage, leasing, mortgage lending, investments, management, appraising, or development. The real estate major consists of required courses in real estate principles, investments, finance, and appraisal. Electives include real estate development and real estate law, in addition to the common requirements in accounting, statistics, computer science, marketing, finance, management, production, economics, and business policy required of all BBA students. UNDERGRADUATE COURSE DESCRIPTION Real Estate (REAL 4000) An introduction to real estate law, markets, valuation, and finance for real estate decision making. Prerequisite for all other real estate courses. Real Estate Development (REAL 5070) A study of the development process with particular emphasis on analyzing the feasibility of design, location, and construction. This course has two primary objectives. The first objective is to familiarize the student with a variety of analytical tools and methods applicable to the real estate development process. The second objective is to acquaint the student with current issues that will affect those individuals who would like to be involved in property development. Principles of Valuation (REAL 5080) An introductory valuation course, the subject matter deals primarily with the logic of valuation theory. The course provides an in-depth look at conventional valuation techniques in addition to modern valuation methods based on statistical inference and industry-based computer software. The students will gain an understanding of the role of real estate valuation within the real estate field. Real Estate Asset Management (REAL 5090) This course develops techniques for analyzing equity investments in real estate. While most of the course focuses on investments analysis from the single property perspective, the last section examines real estate portfolios- in particular REITS. Real Estate Finance (REAL 5100) This course examines the instruments, techniques, and institutions of real estate finance, sources of funds, mortgage risk analysis, emphasis on typical policies and procedures used in financing of residential, industrial, and commercial properties, including commercial leasing. Internship in Real Estate (REAL 4800) Students are permitted to enter business establishments or governmental agencies for the purpose of obtaining practical and applied business experience. A paper describing and analyzing this experience is required. 6 Matt Fergus PRESENT ADDRESS 101 Pebblestump Point Peachtree City, GA 30269 United States HOME PHONE 404 414-7059 [email protected] OBJECTIVE • To obtain a brokerage position in the commercial real estate industry. EDUCATION Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate, December 2015 The University of Georgia - Athens, GA, GPA - 3.10/4.00 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Research Intern, Cushman & Wakefield of Georgia Inc., Atlanta, GA, June 2015 - Present • AssistHG in primary research projects for clients and brokers in all service lines • CollectHG/verifyHG building and tenant information for statistics, presentations, market share calculations, databaVH updates, etc. • AssistHG in research, creation, and verification of tenant stacking plans, a graphic depiction of a building’s occupancy and scheduled lease expirations • AssistHG in research, writing, and production of research reports (MarketBeat, Fact of the Week, etc.) Intern Sales, Total Quality Logistics, Austin, TX, June 2015 - August 2015 • AssistHG the lead broker in the logistical movement of client's product Intern Ocean Imports, Expeditors International, Atlanta, GA, June 2013 - August 2013 • UpdateG and verifyHG incoming ocean shipments information regarding delivery location and point of origin Passenger Service Assistant, Airserv Corp., Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, April 2011 - August 2011 • Assisted in helping physically handicapped passengers navigate the airport and board/exit the airplane Cook, Jets Pizza, Peachtree City, GA, November 2009 - April 2011 • Pizza cook and periodically a delivery driver LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Captains Award, McIntosh High School, Peachtree City, GA, 2010 Football Season • Awarded the Captains Award for the 2010 football season Georgia Boys State, Statesboro, GA, Summer 2010 • Attendee of Georgia Boy's State the summer of 2010 Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America, Peachtree City, Ga, Fall of 2009 Eagle Scout Project • Converted an abandoned playground into an outdoor classroom for Peachtree City United Methodist Church’s Preschool classes. ACHIEVEMENTS Georgia College and State University • Deans List Fall Semester 2012 ORGANIZATIONS Real Estate Society, Fall 2014 - Present Univeristy of Georgia Real Estate Society 7 Kyle Karempelis 146 Mell Street Athens, GA 30605 (404) 610 7 467 [email protected] 87 00 Torrington Roswell, GA 3007 6 EDUCATION The University of Georgia Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance HOPE Scholarship Recipient GPA : 3.53/4.0 Ex pected: December 2015 Terry College of Business Fall 201 5 Deer Run Fellow ◦ Each semester the Terry College of Business selects 8 high achieving students to attend classes with the dean and spend a weekend with former Coca-Cola CEO Doug Iv ester and other business leaders at Deer Run, Iv ester 's 25,000 acre plantation in Leary, Geor gia. WORK EXPERIENCE Landm ark Properties Athens, GA Fall 201 5 Development Intern ◦ Gained valuable experience in the student housing sector of real estate working under the development team ◦ Performed market research, proforma analysis, and prep ared memorandum materials for potential student housing dev elopments near major state universities across the country Regent Partners Buckhead, GA Summer 201 5 Intern ◦ Gained v aluable experience in the real estate industry working under the develop ment and acquisitions team ◦ Obtained beneficial exposure to acquisition underwriting, development planning and budgeting, proforma analy sis, and market research in almost every sector of real estate including; hotel, office, multifamily, and mix ed use projects LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Terry College of Business Athens, GA August 2014- May 2015 Certificate in Personal and Organizational Leadership ◦ Participant in highly selective Leonard Leadership Program through the Terry College of Business ◦ The indiv idualized development program includes academic courses, personal assessments, team building, teamwork, and community service INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS The University of Georgia Football Team Athens, GA June 201 1 - December 2014 Walk-On Running Back, Kick Returner, and other Special Teams Positions ◦ Dev oted a minimum of 30 hours a week to football while carrying full course load ◦ Learned many life skills such as leadership qualities, teamwork, perseverance, hard work, sacrifice, performing under pressure, responsibility, time management, and balance ◦ 201 2-14 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Academic Honor Roll CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES Sigm a Phi Epsilon Athens, GA Phi Small Group Leader January 2014 - May 201 4 ◦ Lead a small group through proper goal setting and leadership development curriculum ◦ Held group accountable to goals set and graded performance based on my groups final presentation of goals and accomplishments UGA Miracle Athens, GA January 2012- Present Member ◦ Raise money through events, letters, and other fund raising activities put on by Sigma Phi Epsilon ◦ 201 5- Contributed to Sigma Phi Epsilon's total of $36,263.98. Which is 5% of UGA Miracle 's total of $683,251.15 8 Samantha Marvin [email protected] • 130 Jonas Avenue • Athens, GA 30601 • 678-381-6005 EDUCATION The University of Georgia, Athens, GA Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate; Legal Studies Certificate Cumulative GPA: 3.91/4.0 December 2015 RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Prudential Mortgage Capital Company Atlanta, GA June-August 2015 Summer Investment Analyst • Supported the Southeast Regional Portfolio Manager in the underwriting and pricing of prospective loans secured by commercial real estate • Originated over $595 million in prospective transactions across all property types on behalf of Prudential's General Account, CMBS, and Fannie Mae • Assisted in the structuring, due diligence, and closing of CMBS and General Account transactions • Developed an Apartment Expense Metrics Model and completed a Student Housing research project Lease Athens, LLC Athens, GA November 2014-March 2015 Brokerage Assistant • Was responsible for the marketing and coordination of student leasing activities • Worked closely with local brokers in order to gain knowledge about commercial and residential brokerage • Provided office support for Lease Athens as well as for Georgia Land Investments McDonald’s, USA, Atlanta, GA May-August 2014 Real Estate and Development Intern • Partnered with Area Real Estate Managers to seek out potential new sites and real estate deals • Exposed to site acquisition problem solving scenarios including the legal, financial, and risk analysis issues that occur during a project's timeline • Completed a market analysis in order to better develop the vision plan and project pipeline for the Atlanta region • Cross-regionally collaborated with other interns to prepare an innovative and strategic marketing plan Gables Residential, Atlanta, GA May-August 2013 Operations Intern • Worked hands-on at two Class A properties to gain leasing skills and other valuable industry knowledge • Developed critical problem solving skills while working on a lengthy Liability Coverage project • Restructured and digitized historical information for easier accessibility and convenience • Collaborated with Property Managers on projects such as Variance Reports, Occupancy Reports, and other financial reports CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Sigma Kappa Sorority Vice President of New Member Education January-December 2014 • Worked with Executive Council members to create and implement monthly, semester, and yearly goals for our chapter of 260 • Planned and led weekly educational meetings for 95+ new members • Managed a budget of $15,000 while implementing cost-cutting methods Photography Representative January-December 2013 • Frequently dealt with contracts and managed a budget of $8,000 Standards Council Member August-December 2013 • Developed risk management strategies with a team of 5 Real Estate Society April 2014- Present Club Member • Frequently participate in networking activities with leading real estate experts Industry Memberships and Licenses: Student member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Honors & Awards: Presidential Scholar, Dean’s List student, Zell Miller Scholarship recipient, ICSC Mike Grant Award recipient, Terry College of Business Excellence in Real Estate Award 9 Merrik R. Metcalf 1105 Lake Shore Overlook Alpharetta, GA 30005 404-579-1798 | [email protected] PROFILE • Seeking a position in commercial real estate where my technical and communication skills can be leveraged for the benefit of company projects. EXPERIENCE Jones Lang LaSalle Atlanta, GA May 2015 – August 2015 Intern – Capital Markets • Prepared Argus models for office properties • Created and updated complex excel valuation models for mixed-use developments • Created development pro forma for multi-phase development • Prepared offering memorandums and broker opinion of value for multiple investment properties Eastdil Secured Atlanta, GA May 2013 – July 2013 Summer Associate • Received Argus training in New York office • Prepared lease abstracts and created Argus models to support investment sales team Jones Lang LaSalle Atlanta, GA May 2012 – July 2012 Intern • Stacked and cataloged over 1 million sf of office space • Reviewed and abstracted leases University of Georgia Athletic Association Athens, GA February 2015 – May 2015 Tutor • Utilized an objective-based tutoring approach to teach upper level Real Estate and Finance classes EDUCATION University of Georgia Athens, GA Graduation December 2015 3.83 GPA (Double Major) • Bachelor of Business Administration – Major: Finance, Major: Real Estate HONORS & ACTIVITIES • Hope / Zell Miller Scholarship, National Honors Society, Dean’s List • Cumulative ACT: 35 • Real Estate Society, Finance Society – Active Member • Phi Gamma Delta – Active Member Cumulative SAT: 2260 SKILLS • Argus, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint, etc.), CoStar 10 Cole Robert Nedrow 678.314.8336 | [email protected] Statement Seeking entry-level employment in commercial real estate with a focus in real estate development and acquisition. Work Experience Haddow & Company | Summer-Present Intern Performed market, economic analysis, and on-site analysis; exposed to various aspects and sectors of commercial real estate Funderscloud | Summer 2014 Intern Marketed and produced contracts for merchant cash advance lender, conducted small business survey analysis Alpha Omicron Pi | Fall 2014-Present Houseboy Maintained cleanliness of kitchen and dining areas, prepared meals for 100+ women during lunch and dinner Sweet Peppers Deli | Summer 2012 Cashier, Waiter Provided customer service in a fast-paced food service environment Swim Atlanta | Summer 2009, ‘10, ‘11 Lifeguard Maintained safety and cleanliness of pool and pool deck, maintained equipment and monitored pool chemistry Skills Key Skills: Financial Modeling, Budgeting, Research, Marketing Software: Microsoft Suite (Excel, Publisher, Access, PowerPoint, Word), Adobe Photoshop, Argus fundamentals, IBM SPSS Coursework: Real Estate (Finance, Development, Investments, Principles, Law, Financial Modeling) Education University of Georgia, ‘15 Bachelor of Business Administration, Real Estate Minor of Cognitive Sciences Hope Scholarship Recipient Real Estate Society Member Relevant Coursework: Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Management Information Systems 6 Credits via Innsbruck Study Abroad (Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Spain) Leadership Experience & Community Involvement Whatever It Takes | Spring 2011-Present Active Tutor Tutored elementary and middle school students in reading, mathematics, and sciences UGA Miracle | Fall 2013-Present Active Member Former Finance Committee Member Former Member Development Committee Member Raised money and awareness for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, participated in Dance Marathon Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity | Fall 2011-Present Member, Financial Advisor to VP of Programming Contributed to multiple boards, Financial Advisor to VP of Programming, budgeted and administered $10,000+ 11 12637 Waterside Drive Alpharetta, GA 30004 Amber R. Smith [email protected] OBJECTIVE 100 Fox Road Brown Hall #308 Athens, GA 30609 • Highly motivated prospective graduate of The University of Georgia seeking to assist commercial real estate firms by utilizing prior work experience and knowledge of real estate tools. EDUCATION Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate • University of Georgia, Athens, GA • Terry College of Business • Graduation: December 18th, 2015 Completed related coursework in: • • • • Real Estate Investments(2014) Real Estate Finance (2015) Real Estate Valuations and Law (2015) Real Estate Development (2015) CUSTOMER SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Administrative Assistant January 2015-Present The Office of Online Learning UGA • Serve as a resource for current and prospective students and faculty by answering emails and phone calls • Efficiently perform administrative duties such as filing and data entry • Aid marketing and instructional design department in their projects Cashier, Production Assistant/Attendant August 2012-May 2014 Tate Print and Copy Services, Athens GA • Actively attended to the needs of 200+ customers daily, by answering their in-person, email, and telephone inquiries, by handling computer and technical difficulties, and by effectively facilitating their print jobs so that they could meet deadlines and appointments in time • Oversaw email requests from customers and took responsibility for executing the job and carefully analyzing the job until its completion • Managed the cash register • Assisted in the process of designing labels, business cards, handbills, posters, and fliers as well as performed all necessary finishing touches as customers request them • Performed laminating and binding projects on printed documents as they were requested hourly Dining Hall Attendant November 2011-September2012 Village Summit, Athens, GA • Gained broader communication abilities and elevated confidence in customer service by interacting with patrons to accommodate their specific needs for a pleasant dining experience. • Cooked and prepared a variety of meals, snacks, and desserts for patrons • Performed maintaining duties such as dishwashing, mopping, and putting away dishes SKILLS • Experience with ARGUS Software • Computer Skills: Word, PowerPoint, Excel spreadsheets (structuring data, crunching data, creating charts, diagrams, formatting) • Clear and helpful phone and email communication skills *References Available on Demand* 12 *2.1='&0-&9 ;-ERGSGO&ZIRYI&XLIRW,& IFEOLEYW%KQEMPGSQPMROIHMRGSQMRIFEOLEYW EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA // Athens, GA // GPA: 3.71/4.00 Bachelor of Arts in Real Estate (IVXMǻGEXIW1IKEPXYHMIW'YWMRIWW5VSJIWWMSREPMWQ )IERƶW1MWX&GEHIQMG&GLMIZIQIRX&[EVH Class of ‘16 TVMRKƵ+EPPƵ PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2E]Ƶ&YKƵ 1**&4(.&8*(LEVPIWXSR(.RXIVR • TIEVLIEHIHMRXIVREPGSQTER]RI[WPIXXIV • &WWMWXIH[MXLTVSTIVX]WLS[MRKWERHJSPPS[YTGSQQYRMGEXMSR • 5VSHYGIHQEMPMRKPMWXWJSVXEVKIXQEVOIXW • (SRHYGXIHTVSTIVX]VIWIEVGLERHEMHIH[MXLTVIWIRXEXMSRW • &WWMWXIH[MXLEHQMRMWXVEXMZIHYXMIWSREJYPPXMQIFEWMW 48-*'=ƶ.38*73&8.43&17*&18=// /EGOWSR;=// Intern • )IZIPSTIHQEVOIXMRKQEXIVMEPWJSVMRXIVREPERHI\XIVREPHMWXVMFYXMSR • &WWMWXIHEKIRXWERHFVSOIVW[MXLEHQMRMWXVEXMZIXEWOWERHHEMP]JYRGXMSRW • .QTVSZIHǻPMRKW]WXIQWERHYTHEXIHMRXIVREPHEXEFEWI • &XXIRHIHERHEWWMWXIH[MXLSTIRLSYWIIZIRXW 8-*;.3)*72*7*(19'//(SPYQFME(//2EVOIXMRK(SSVHMREXSV • 2EREKIHVIHIWMKRSJGSQTER][IFWMXIMREXLVIIQSRXLXMQIWTER • 1EYRGLIHERHQEVOIXIHRI[GSQTER][IFWMXIZMEWSGMEPQIHMEGLERRIPW • *ZSPZIHWSGMEPQIHMERIX[SVOWJSVYQWFPSKWERHRIX[SVOMRKETTPMGEXMSRW • .QTPIQIRXIHWXVEXIKMIWXSXEVKIXRI[FYWMRIWWSTTSVXYRMXMIWERHQEVOIXW 2E]Ƶ&YKƵ 2E]Ƶ&YKƵ COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 8-*7*&1*8&8*4(.*8=&XLIRW,&4ǽGIV&PYQRM7IPEXMSRW • ITƵ5VIWIRX 7IGVYMXIPMXIGSQTER]WTIEOIVWXSLIPTXIEGLWXYHIRXWEFSYXSTTSVXYRMXMIW '&774;*1*2*38&7=(-441&XLIRW,&2IRXSV /ERƵ5VIWIRX &15-&)*18&5.4747.8=&XLIRW,&2IQFIV(SQQMXXII1IEHIV&XLPIXI &YKƵ5VIWIRX SKILLS • 5VSǻGMIRXMRXLI2MGVSWSJX4ǽGIYMXI&HSFI5LSXSWLST.R)IWMKR • *\TIVMIRGIMR&7,9SJX[EVI 13 265 Odd Street Athens, GA 30601 Garrett Budjako [email protected] (678) 925-1398 307 Vallejo Court Woodstock, GA 30188 EDUCATION The University of Georgia Terry College of Business, Athens, GA Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate Overall GPA: 3.17/4.00 HOPE Scholarship Recipient, Dean’s List RELATED COURSEWORK • • • • • M arketing Strategies & Decision M aking Property M anagement and Evaluation Property M anagement and Evaluation Real Estate Investments and Acquisitions Financial Analysis RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Underwriting Analyst Intern June 2015 - August 2015 Atlanta, GA Berkadia Co mmercial Mortgage, LLC • • • Assisted in 3+ multifamily site inspections analyzing property conditions and performing a lease audit confirming rents and utilities Researched properties based on tenant reviews, news articles, and geographic location checking for overall quality in property management Prepared historical income and expense analysis along with rent roll evaluation Administrative Assistant Summer Intern June 2014 - July 2014 Fullerton, CA Dunlap Property Group, Inc. • • • Assisted in the internal operations of the comp any's portfolio including budgets, receivables, and payables into Yardi Genesis Program Assisted in overseeing two commercial buildings by handling all tenant's work order requests, renewals, lease available space and work with the contractors/vendors Generated weekly vacancy reports and strategically came up with marketing strategy for online advertising and curb appeal for t he properties CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE Outdoor Cart Staff April 2015 - Current Athens, GA University of Georgia Golf Course (public course) • • • Assisted in the maintenance of a safe and clean environment around the clubhouse Prepared golf carts for the general public and attended to the needs of guests Provided a clean driving range by retrieving golf balls in a timely and efficient manner for the customer Valet June 2013 - May 2014 Atlanta, GA AmeriPark • • • Greeted patrons with enthusiasm and provided excellent service by parking and retrieving their vehicle in a safe and timely manner Handled large amounts of cash used in customer transactions and payroll services M aintained accurate records of the quantity of vehicles parked each shift Outdoor Cart Staff May 2012 - June 2013 Woodstock, GA Eagle Watch Go lf Course (Private Course) • • • Interacted and attended to patrons needs to ensure a quality experience M onitored course assets for safety and enjoyment of members Assisted professional staff in assuring member satisfaction CAMPUS & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT • Real Estate S ociety, member, January 2015 - Present SKILLS Computer S kills: Bloomberg terminal, M icrosoft Office Suite, Basic knowledge of M icrosoft Access, knowledge of Yardi Genesis Software Program, and Ten-key by touch 14 Grant D. Cochran 1615 Briers Chute, Alpharetta, GA 30004 |C: (770) 510-3699| [email protected] An Erudite Young Professional Seeking Employment Opportunities within the Real Estate Sector in the Southeastern United States. Education:____________________________________________________________________ University of Georgia, Terry College of Business (Athens, Georgia) o o o o o BBA Real Estate Intended Graduation: May, 2016 Terry GPA: 3.0/4.0 Cumulative GPA: 3.28/4.0 HOPE Scholarship Recipient Young Harris College o o o o o (Young Harris, Georgia) BBA Business & Public Policy Young Harris GPA: 4.0/4.0 President’s List/Dean’s List HOPE Scholarship Recipient, O. Wayne Rollins Scholarship Recipient Young Harris Academic College Grant Experience:___________________________________________________________________ Cousins Properties Incorporated (Summer 2015) o o o o Development Intern Apprentice to the Cousins Development Team Communications Liaison for Several Development Team Projects Streamlined Documents & Policies Regarding 3rd Party Contractor Work on Properties Introduced A Proposal Championing Cousins’s Engagement in Social Media Petco Animal Supplies Inc. (September 2011 – Present) Customer Advisor (Milton, Georgia) o Engaged with Customer Base in Meaningful, Product-Oriented Interactions to Build Customer Satisfaction and Brand Affinity o Processed Transactions Young Harris College Library (October 2013 – May 2014) Library Associate (Young Harris, Georgia) Chick-fil-A (January 2010 - August 2010) Cashier (Sandy Springs, Georgia) Leadership & Service Roles:______________________________________________________ UGA Real Estate Society (Spring Semester 2014 - Present) Member Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity (January 2014 – May 2014) Founding Member & Inaugural Treasurer (Young Harris College Colony) Young Harris College Alumni Office (August 2013 – May 2014) Student Alumni Ambassador (May 2009 – August 2011) Aiding-And-A-Petting Animal Rescue Group Youth Volunteer Coordinator Saxby Chambliss for US Senate (August 2008 – December 2008) Campaign Youth Volunteer 15 Kate A. Cushman [email protected] • 654 S. Milledge Ave. Athens, GA 30605 • (404) 906-2428 EDUCATION The University of Georgia, Athens, GA Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance Legal Studies Certificate Cumulative GPA 3.79/4.00 Hope Scholarship Recipient School of Public and International Affairs Maymester Study Abroad – China May 2016 December 2016 Relevant Coursework: Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Valuation, Real Estate Law, Real Estate Investment, Financial Modeling, Corporate Finance Theory, Financial Management, Predictive Modeling and Optimization, Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business, Principles of Marketing, Principles of Management WORK EXPERIENCE Ryan, LLC Atlanta, GA June 2015- August 2015 Commercial Real Estate Intern ▪ Synthesized market and tax roll data to prepare value workups based on income, cost, market and equity approaches to value ▪ Analyzed assessments to ensure that they are reasonable given the circumstances within a jurisdiction ▪ Preform tax research, conduct market analysis, and gather of income expense, rent roll, occupancy, and other financial and property related information ▪ Determined liability for development projects and future investments ▪ Interacted frequently with members of a team and communicated effectively through written and verbal channels CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP The UGA Real Estate Society Vice President of Industry Relations, Member ▪ Coordinate guest speakers and employers to attend meetings ▪ Serve as a liaison between industry professionals and collegian members ▪ Promote events through email distribution, social media, and publications ▪ Attend bi-weekly members ▪ Regularly participate in networking and professional development opportunities August 2014-Current Sigma Kappa Sorority Athens, GA President January 2015-Current ▪ Official campus representative and chief officer of a 280+ member chapter achieving national standards of excellence ▪ Preside over and organize all meetings, business, and ceremonies, serving as the head of the executive council ▪ Assure that all officers carry out their duties and assist them with their endeavors ▪ Serve as the main liaison between the chapter, alumnae, advisory board and corporation board all while overseeing a budget of nearly $200,000 per 5 month period Executive Vice President January 2014- January 2015 ▪ Served as second-in-command of the Executive Council to create and implement weekly, monthly, and yearly goals ▪ Maintained and regulated the code of conduct and behavior of 260+ members ▪ Managed a $13,000 budget for chapter programming and events ▪ Presided as the head judiciary member of the Standards Council ▪ Oversaw proceedings of any disciplinary actions ▪ Planned and developed the event calendar of day-to-day activities ▪ Organized and delegated chapter wide responsibilities by establishing a committee system ▪ Coordinated and executed a bi-annual sisterhood retreat to foster relationships amongst chapter members ▪ Tracked, documented, and recognized chapter member achievements SKILLS Computer: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), Costar 16 Laura Farmer 180 Southview Drive, Athens, GA 30605 678-209-4220•[email protected] EDUCATION The University of Georgia - Athens, GA B.B.A. in Finance B.B.A in Real Estate Certificate in Legal Studies • Overall GPA: 3.52/4.0 • Dean’s List • HOPE Scholarship Recipient Expected Graduation: May 2016 Relevant Coursework Real Estate Investments • Real Estate Valuations • Real Estate Development • Real Estate Principles • Corporate Finance Theory • Survey of Financial Investments • Financial Modeling • Financial Institutions and Markets • Principles of Finance • Financial Accounting • Managerial Accounting • Business Law • Employment Law • Management Information Systems • Marketing Principles • Interpersonal Communications • Business Leadership Oxford University – Oxford, UK Courses in International Business and International Relations July-August 2014 Marist School - Atlanta, GA • National Honor Society Member Graduated May 2012 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE CollegeTown Properties- Athens, GA September 2014-Present Leasing Associate • Property management firm specializing in student housing • Responsible for leasing properties through giving tours, writing up lease documents, and following up with prospective tenants • Assist with accounting and operations through rent collection, operating expense management, and statements for property owners • Plan marketing events to attract new tenants and retain current tenants • Assist in day-to-day running of the leasing office through customer service operations in person and over the phone MDH Partners- Atlanta, GA Intern • Real Estate Investment Company specializing in industrial properties in the Southeast • Gained hands on experience in the industry with direct exposure to the decision making process of the partners • Conducted and presented research and analysis of industrial properties in the area for possible purchase • Assisted in completion of reports regarding current properties for the firm’s institutional investor to review May-June 2014 CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Phi Mu Sorority Treasurer January 2014-Present • Responsible for setting the $500,000 budget, managing checking and savings accounts, and billing members • Improved billing collection rate from 93% in 2013 to 99% in 2014 and 102% in 2015 YTD • Implemented new collection system for Phi Mu Housing Corporation to improve accounting practices Real Estate Society Executive Board August 2015-Present Industry Specialist • One of five members, focusing on improving relations with the representatives of the Real Estate industry, specifically in Atlanta • Organize frequent meetings with representatives from major real estate firms • Keep real estate majors informed on job postings, networking events, and important industry news Finance Society Member SKILLS Computer Skills Proficient in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel; Experience with Argus 17 1913 Torrey Pines Pl. Raleigh, NC 27615 Alexander P. Finley [email protected] (919) 302-7501 365 River Rd. Busbee Room 325 Athens, GA 30609 OBJECTIVE • To obtain a full time position as either a development or investment analyst for commercial real estate. EDUCATION The University of Georgia • Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate • Concentration in Finance • Cumulative GPA: 3.30/4.00, SAT: 1460 (Math 800, Verbal 660) • Real Estate GPA: 3.50/4.00 Expected May 2016 WORK EXPERIENCE Real Estate Agent, Finley Commercial • Passed 75 hour pre-licensing course, and NC issued broker exam to become a provisional broker. • Obtained non-provisional NC broker license (276885). • Brokered a commercial warehouse lease. • Observed the duties of a landlord and project owner. • Learned how to negotiate different types of industrial leases and rates for certain types of properties. Development Analyst Intern, Kane Realty Corporation June 2013-Present May 2015-August 2015 • Performed bid analysis on the scope of CMT and LEED testing contracts to find the best price per service. • Learned about Kane’s four step approach to development (Feasibility, A&E, construction, and operational). • Performed market research to arrive at market rent, tenant improvement, and vacancy rates for various property types that would be used to forecast future cash flows in Kane’s mixed use development project. • Organized vendor contracts and LOI’s to aid with property management. • Collected invoices to help with the monthly draw process required for construction loans. • Attained understanding of debt and equity structure. Intern, Park Ridge Assets Management May-June 2013 • Learned about different types of investment vehicles used to diversify a portfolio from an asset manager. • Learned how diversification and correlation can be used to reduce the amount of diversifiable risk in a portfolio. • Established an understanding for the time-value of money. COMMUNITY INVOLVMENT Real Estate Society May 2015-Present • Actively attend events where employers aim to inform members of the society about their corporation and the positions they have available. • Attended a society lead event that emphasized the importance of negotiation, and taught helpful strategies for land acquisition from a developer’s standpoint. Grappling Club at UGA, Treasurer August 2014-May 2015 • Compiled budget for the club in order to acquire necessary equipment and to cover tournament participation fees. SKILLS Skills: MS Word, MS Excel, Negotiations, Licensed Broker in NC, Easy to work with, able to handle multiple projects. 18 Alexandra Hanna Objective 4309 Upper Lake Ct., Marietta, GA 30062 770-630-3526 [email protected] To begin a career in real estate, while learning with hands-on experience about the industry and assisting a real estate company in day-to day duties Education The University of Georgia-Athens, GA Real Estate BBA Terry College of Business August 2014-May 2016 Georgia Southern University-Statesboro, GA August 2012-May 2014 Work Experience The Impeccable Pig- Athens, GA March 2015-Present Sales Associate • Responding quickly and resourcefully to customer requests or concerns • Using suggestive selling techniques to increase sales • Accurately completing cash register transactions • Representing the store in a professional and positive manner • Executing marketing and visual merchandising initiatives including organizing the display of merchandise Goodsell Development Company- Atlanta, GA May 2015-August 2015 Intern • Used tools to research real estate to understand values, zoning, utility availability and identified market participants for different types of real estate • Helped sell properties currently in the company portfolio as well as finding new properties to acquire • Conducted research and performed data analysis using Qpublic and GSCCCA, gaining a good perspective on real estate methodologies • Planned and designed evidence for company tax appeals in the company’s portfolio using comparables near the subject • Completed administrative tasks such as cold calling, making flyers and signs, and using excel to make databases to easily navigate the current market to better understand what's going on in residential and commercial real estate Child Care Provider- Marietta, GA May 2007-July 2014 • Nearly 7 years of experience with infants, toddlers, and children of different age groups • Supervised children's safety, nutrition, and activities in absence of parents • Provided safe and reliable transportation to and from kids activities • Built positive relationships with parents by consistently being reliable, trustworthy, and prompt • Maintained a clean living environment while providing light house work Campus And Community Involvement Alpha Omicron Pi- Lambda Sigma Chapter Real Estate Society Golden Key International Honor Society Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society August 2013-Present November 2014-Present August 2012-May 2014 August 2012-May 2014 Honors And Awards Dean’s List HOPE Scholarship Additional Information Relevant Coursework: • Accounting I&II • Real Estate Valuation, Investments, & Development • Marketing • Management • Finance • Public Relations Summary of Qualifications: • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Power Point, & Word • Competitive and ambitious; Welcome new challenges • Highly motivated with strong work ethic; Able to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines 19 Adam Eugene Hayden 181 W Cloverhurst Ave. | Athens, GA 30605 | 478-719-0383 | [email protected] EDUCATION The University of Georgia, Athens, GA Bachelor of Business Administration Major: Real Estate & Finance Institute for Leadership Advancement Certificate for Personal and Organizational Leadership Overall GPA of 3.3/4.0 Real Estate Society Expected May 2016 WORK EXPERIENCE First American Bank and Trust, Credit Analyst, Athens, GA September 2015-Present ▪ In charge of running financial spreads for potential commercial loans. ▪ Conduct commercial real estate evaluations on properties worth up to $400,000. ▪ Create reports for commercial and consumer loans within the banks $253 million dollar loan portfolio. ▪ Analyze income statements and balance sheets as part of the commercial underwriting process. Wildmor Realty, Research Coordinator, Atlanta, GA May 2015-August 2015 ▪ Constructed several financial analyses dealing from fee structures to complex rent tables. ▪ In charge of gathering specific commercial real estate market knowledge and presenting it to the brokers. ▪ Composed lease documentation such as lease abstracts, RFOs and LOIs. ▪ Initiated and handled client relationships through personal interaction and follow up letters. Chick-fil-A, Team Leader, Athens, GA April 2010-May 2015 ▪ Involved in training new team members in advanced and basic skills. ▪ Carried out a wide range of closing procedures, including daily financial activities with funds exceeding $1000. ▪ Supervised over 20 large catering order activities. Alaskan General Seafood, Quality Control Intern, Naknek, AK June 2014-July 2014 ▪ Supervised over 200 cannery employees in daily sanitation and quality control activities. ▪ Led a specialized team of 20 employees in a nightly, detailed cleansing of the salmon fillet warehouse. ▪ Worked 110 hours a week of hard labor in the remote Alaskan tundra. ▪ Exposed to new and different cultures while working with people from all around the world. LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE YoungLife, Volunteer Team Leader April 2013-Present ▪ Leader to 40 young men at Athens Academy high school. ▪ Mentor young adults in social, religious and academic areas. ▪ Lead a team of 13 volunteers in organizing weekly meetings for our high school friends. ▪ Assist in raising funds for their school related charities as well as for summer and weekend camps. Institute For Leadership Advancement, Terry Leadership Fellow ▪ Participant in a highly selective leadership program designed to enhance leadership capabilities. ▪ ▪ ▪ April 2014-Present Develop personal and organization leadership skills through academic coursework, community service, and team building. Led a team in a semester long service project where we served as graduation coaches for "at risk" high school students. Advanced public speaking and presentation skills through formal business presentations. Classic City High School, Graduation Coach September 2014-December 2014 ▪ Led a team of 4 in organizing a 3-hour, off campus event for 25 of the graduating students. ▪ Mentored 2 "at risk" high school students through the processes of graduating and starting college applications. ▪ Worked closely with teammates to organize weekly school visits as well as hold each other accountable for participation. SKILLS & INTERESTS Skills: MS Office (Proficient in Excel), Basic ARGUS, Pro Calc. Interests: Water Sports, Fishing, Backpacking/Hiking, Mentoring Young Men 20 Caleb Austin Hiers PRESENT ADDRESS! 1035!Barnett!Shoals!Rd.! Apt.!722! Athens,!GA!30605! (912)'288'5296! [email protected]! ! PERMANENT ADDRESS! 313!Purdom!Drive! Blackshear,!GA!31516! ! ! ! OBJECTIVE!!! ! Seeking!a!career!in!the!real!estate!industry,!where!I!can!fully!maximize!my!education!and!skills!in!order!to!further!help!a! company!meet!and!surpass!its!goals.! ! ! EDUCATION!!! ! The$University$of$Georgia,$Athens,(GA! Bachelor)of)Business)Administration)in)Real)Estate)! !! ! Relevant$Coursework:! •! Commercial!Real!Estate,!Finance,!Investments,!Development!! •! Accounting!I!&!II!! •! Business!Law,!Real!Estate!Law!! •! Speech!Communication!! ! ! May!2016! •! •! •! •! Marketing,!Management!Principles!! Risk!Management!&!Insurance!! Predictive!Modeling,!Statistical!Analysis!! Financial!Management!! WORK EXPERIENCE!!! ! Mossy$Pond$Retrievers!Offerman,!GA! July!2012!'!December!2012! Business(Owner's(Assistant! •! Greeted!and!communicated!with!clients!to!ensure!their!needs!and!questions!were!met!daily! •! Broadened!ability!to!work!with!others!by!engaging!in!tasks,!such!as!heavy!lifting,!that!require!teamwork! •! Managed!the!grounds!to!keep!a!clean,!safe,!and!orderly!environment! •! Operated!heavy!machinery!to!manage!logistics! •! Worked!40'50!hrs/wk!while!in!college!full'time! ! ! CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT!!! ! •! The$University$of$Georgia$Real$Estate$Society,(Member,(Athens,(Georgia! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'Networked!and!gained!valuable!information!about!the!real!estate!industry( ! •! The$University$of$Georgia$Ducks$Unlimited,(Sponsorship(Council,(Athens,(Georgia! !!!!!((((((((((('Gained!sponsors!for!events,!fundraised!for!waterfowl!conservation( ! •! University$of$Georgia$Miracle,!Member,!Athens,(Georgia!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'Fundraised!for!Children’s!Healthcare!of!Atlanta! August!2015!'!Present!! August!2015!'!Present!! August!2014!'!May!2015!! ! ! SKILLS !!! ! •! Microsoft!Office!(Excel,!Access,!PowerPoint,!Word)! •! Social!Media!(Facebook,!Twitter,!Instagram)! ! ! HONORS AND AWARDS!!! ! •! HOPE$Scholarship!! •! President's$List,!South(Georgia(State(College!! •! Dean's$List,!South(Georgia(State(College!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!All!Semesters!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!January!2014'May!2014!! !!!!!!!!January!2013'!December!2013!! !! !! ! 21 RACHEL HULL 592 Oconee St | Athens GA 30605 | 678-791-5361 | [email protected] OBJECTIVE To obtain a career in the Commercial Real Estate industry EDUCATION University of Georgia | Athens, GA Bachelor of Business Administration, Real Estate • Terry College of Business • HOPE scholarship recipient May 2016 University of West Georgia | Carrolton • Core Curriculum • HOPE scholarship recipient Fall 2012-Spring 2013 EXPERIENCE Sales Associate October 2009- Present JCPenney - Buford, GA; Athens, GA Greeted customers and insured that their needs and questions were met daily; retrieved information daily to assist customers with pricing, sizing and other concerns • Maintained in-depth and up-to date current knowledge of rapidly changing displays and merchandise to best serve cliental • Engaged customers with friendly service and helpful attitude ACHIEVEMENTS • Recipient University of Georgia Bookstore Scholarship Coca-Cola Wells Fargo Scholarship Fall2015 Fall 2015 Honoree University of West Georgia English Conference Spring 2013 Collegiate Athlete University of West Georgia, Varsity Cross Country Team Fall 2012- Spring 2013 CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT Real Estate Society, Member Fall 2014-Present • Active participant in a society of Real Estate majors looking to further pursue their interests through valuable networking opportunities Horticulture for a Day, volunteer Spring 2015 • Participated in growing lettuce, fruits, and herbs for the Athens community; Non-profit organization SKILLS Computer Skills: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and ARGUS 22 Kathryn T. Johnson 159 Belle Island Ct. Richmond Hill, Ga. 31324 912-257-3610 [email protected] ________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION Young Harris College, Young Harris, GA Communication | Business and Public Policy University of Georgia, Athens, GA Terry College of Business | Real Estate EXPERIENCE Wards Auto Painting and Bodyworks PR Independent Contractor Lisa S. Ward & Associates, LLC, Richmond Hill, GA Intern Richmond Hill Reflections Live, Richmond Hill, GA Web Intern Keller Williams Realty Greater Athens Realtor Assistant Re/Max Accent Richmond Hill, GA Realtor Assistant Richmond Hill Reflections Magazine, Richmond Hill, GA Intern Office of Admissions, Young Harris, GA Young Harris College Representative Ella’s, Richmond Hill, GA Sales Clerk | Manager August 2011- May 2014 May 2016 May 2015-Present Summer 2015 Summer 2015 2014-Present Summer 2014 Summer 2014 2011-2014 Seasonal 2010-2013 HONORS AND AWARDS United Methodist Scholarship Young Harris College Academic Scholarship Young Harris College SGA Behind the Scenes Member of the Year EXTRACIRRICULARS Kappa Kappa Gamma University of Georgia Panhellenic Delegate for Kappa Kappa Gamma Student Conduct Council Young Harris College Student Government Association Young Harris College Academic Affairs Chair for Student Government Association Young Harris College Founder Student Conversation Series Young Harris College Lambda Pi Eta Honors Society Young Harris College 23 Nicholas L. Johnson 325 Willow St. Apt 115 Athens, GA 30601 [email protected] (985) 788-3816 EDUCATION The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 2012-Present Terry College of Business: Real Estate Major and Spanish Minor • Overall G.P.A. 2.96/4.0 Universidad de Cádiz, Cádiz, Spain Summer 2014 Completed 6 hours of Spanish Credit through University of Georgia’s Study Abroad Program St. Paul School, Covington, LA 2008-2012 Graduated with honors and received the Golden Torch award which recognizes students for outstanding extracurricular and academic achievement PROFESSIONAL EXERIENCE Hodges Ward Elliott, Atlanta, GA Summer 2015 (11 weeks) Collected information for and assisted in the construction of Broker Opinions of Value and Offering Memorandums for 14 notable hotels across the United States in markets including Manhattan, Miami, New Orleans, Atlanta, Denver, Nashville, San Diego, and Charleston • Sourced over 100 business leads • Tracked key performance indicators including RevPAR, Occupancy, NOI, CAGR and Competition Set Penetration Index • Analyzed market trends for and performed market research on the top 25 hospitality markets • Continuously tracked the performance of major REITs • Assisted with financial analysis • In-depth indoctrination into all phases of the hotel brokerage business CBRE, Atlanta, GA Summer 2014 • Shadowed First Vice President of CBRE brokerage services, Ryan Irvine • Observed Real Estate transactions involving work place strategy and commercial tenant leasing Internal Social Chair, Sigma Pi Fraternity Alpha Phi Chapter Fall 2013-Spring 2014 • Managed budget of $20,000 per year • Delegated responsibilities and communicated goals to a committee • Worked heavily with risk management • Negotiated with and obtained entertainment, security, staff, and heavy equipment Secretary of Lions Club International, Athens, GA • Summarized and reported current events and goals within the organization • Kept records of meeting attendance 2012-2013 WORK EXPERIENCE Up in the Air (band), Athens, GA • Played 2-3 shows per week negotiating with local venues for pay averaging $500 per show • Balanced many hours given to practice and shows with classes • Played the Georgia Theatre on April 21st, 2014 for a crowd of 300+ Chick-Fil-A, Covington, LA • Worked as team-member in both kitchen and cash register • Amateur translator for Hispanic team-members in kitchen Christ Episcopal Elementary, Covington, LA • Responsible for school maintenance 24 2012-2014 2010-2012 2009-2010 508 HECTOR AVE METAIRIE, LA, 70005 504-228-3212 [email protected] WILLIAM KIRCHHOFF KELLEHER SKILLS & ABILITIES -US & French Citizen (Application Pending) -Proficient in Microsoft Office -Bilingual in English & French WORK EXPERIENCE BUSSER & WAITER, BYBLOS RESTAURANT, NEW ORLEANS, LA Summer 2007, 2009-2011, January-August 2012 First job at fourteen. Started as a busser, promoted to wait staff and worked part-time while in high school and full-time during the summer. LABORER, N.E.N. COMPANIES, BATON ROUGE, LA Summer 2008 Operated heavy equipment (bobcats/ concrete crushers) for an industrial recycling firm. Facilitated the repackaging of rubber, cleared concrete debris to be refabricated for roadbeds. INTERN, SOUTHERN AIRCRAFT SERVICES, BATON ROUGE, LA May 2012 Observed the operations of a small private airplane repair station, Baton Rouge Regional Airport: Attended security meetings, toured various hangers. Acquired an understanding of various aspects of the aviation industry. INTERN, MILLET DUTY FREE, New Orleans, LA December 2012 Worked in a warehouse which imported and exported duty-free commodities to cruise liners, U.S. embassies, and offshore ships. Learned the workings of U.S. Customs Authority in and out of the Port of New Orleans. INTERN, DAWN SERVICES, New Orleans, LA March 2013 Worked as a deckhand on a tugboat and shadowed the internal business front of Dawn Services, a tugboat company out of New Orleans, which moves large container barges carrying imports and exports through the United States and Latin America. PADDLING INSTRUCTOR/CABIN COUNSELOR, Camp Mondamin For Boys, Hendersonville, NC Summer 2013 Managed multiple cabins consisting of six campers for up to 5 weeks. In addition taught the fundamentals of paddling from basic lake canoeing through taking multi-day trips with as many as fourteen campers down class four whitewater. Bartender, On the Rocks, Athens, GA Fall 2013 INTERN, Adams and Reese, New Orleans, LA Christmas 2014 Case Analysis, viewed State and Federal civil cases, and discussed legal strategies with attorneys. INTERN, TRUE TITLE, New Orleans, LA Summer 2014 Observed title closings, verified mortgage records, and ran title documents to various entities around the city. LEASING ASSOCIATE, CollegeTown Properties, Athens, GA Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Responsibilities included: giving tours, answering phones, seeking out new clientele, promoting the brand name. Intern, River Basin Center, Athens, GA May-July 2015 Legal Research Intern for nonprofit water policy organization. Worked on water rights policy issues pertaining to the Clean Water Act. Intern, Audubon Communities, Atlanta& Athens, GA August 2015-Present Intern for Atlanta based midsized real estate development firm. Duties included internal audit, legal and market research, and property management. EDUCATION METAIRIE PARK COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL, METAIRIE, LOUISIANNA (HIGH SCHOOL) AUGUST 1999-MAY 2012 Graduated with a 3.6 GPA. Participated and lettered in Football all four years as well as played Tennis and Track. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS, GEORGIA (COLLEGE) 3.42 GPA AUGUST 2012-PRESENT Major: Real Estate (Terry College of Business); Minors: Environmental Law, Environmental Health Science; Certificates: Legal Studies, Water Resources UNIVERSITY OF INNSBRUCK SUMMER PROGRAM, INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA (College) Summer 2014 (Studied Business Law and Alpine Geology) COMMUNITY SERVICE BARKUS MARDI GRAS DOG PARADE (MARCH 2011 & 2012) (HUMANE SOCIETY) Bridge House (2012) (Substance Abuse Rehabilitation) St Vincent De Paul (Christmas 2014) (Homeless Shelter) OWL- Outdoors Without Limits Member (Fall 2014-Present) (Organization helping the disabled get out into the outdoors) Supporting Member of American Whitewater (since 2013) & American Wetlands Foundation (since 2014) LEADERSHIP Senior Class President (Metairie Park Country Day School 2011-2012) Historian- Chi Phi Fraternity Executive Board (2012) UGA IFC Sophomore Leaders Circle/ Chapter Development Chair (Fall 2013 & Spring 2014) Member of the Real Estate Society (Two Time Scholarship Recipient) 25 Bradley Kilborn 4561 Blackland Dr. • Marietta, GA 30067 • 404-805-7765 • [email protected] EDUCATION: University of Georgia: Terry College of Business Athens, GA Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and Real Estate, GPA 3.5/4.0 May 2016(Expected) Honors: Dean’s List (five semesters), National Society of Collegiate Scholars (awarded to freshmen and sophomores with at least a 3.4 GPA and top 20% class ranking) WORK EXPERIENCE: Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Atlanta, GA Office Property Specialist Intern Summer 2015 • Conducted market research and financial analysis for a large general contracting firm seeking a new 25,000 square-foot headquarters location totaling $7.5M • Partnered with a global equipment client to develop real estate strategy and identify efficiencies leading to $13M in cost savings • Developed and presented summary of building opportunities to the CEO/Founder of general contracting firm that generates over $200M in yearly revenue MELT (Marketing, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Trends) Atlanta, GA Marketing / Sales Intern Summer 2014 • Led a team for a marketing activation at LakePoint, a $1 billion multi-sports development, helping the client connect better with their customers by compiling data of over 500 customer surveys • Analyzed Powerade’s product placement throughout collegiate athletic departments and proposed solutions to increase product visibility • Conducted feasibility tests of potential locations for ESPN’s College Gameday CAMPUS & COMMUNITY ENVOLVEMENT: Greater Athens Young Life Athens, GA Leader 2013 – Present • Dedicate 15 hours per week working with a team to organize weekly meetings and student outreach opportunities • Individually raised over $1,000 for students needing assistance to attend annual summer camp University of Georgia Tennis Team Athens, GA Athlete 2014 • Selected as a walk-on team member (first player to walk onto the team in 10 years) • Trained 20 hours per week with a team of ten players and competed in team tournaments University of Georgia Football Team Athens, GA Athlete 2012-2013 • Competed for and earned a position on the team as a walk-on quarterback • Committed over 20 hours per week to on and off-field preparation • Member of the 2012 SEC East champion team Young Life Malibu Camp Malibu, British Columbia Summer Staff Summer 2013 • Assessed risk and managed waterfront safety for a 300-student camp • Coordinated and performed daily maintenance of five high-performance ski boats Johnson Ferry Global Missions Peru; Mexico Trip leader and participant 2008 - 2014 • Peru: organized community development programs, taught English classes, and built homes (2 trips) • Mexico: built five homes for families in the local community, led community outreach programs and volunteered at a youth detention center (3 trips) SKILLS, LANGUAGES & INTERESTS: • • • Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook Languages: Spanish-Intermediate Interests: Golf, comedy, attending sporting events, snowboarding, tennis 26 LUKAS MAHER EDUCATION 706-248-6354 - [email protected] - www.linkedin.com/in/lmaher35 University of Georgia, Terry College of Business Bachelors of Business Administration: Real Estate Athens, GA May 2016 Certificate in Legal Studies GPA: 3.21 BUSINESS EXPERIENCE Aon June 2015 - August 2015 Business Operations Intern for the Nicholas Business Group - Atlanta, GA • Worked closely with three team members to create an interactive, analytical inventory/audit Excel spreadsheet that is being implemented in the business group by all levels of management • Administered employee status updates for clients including Schlumberger, Sun Chemical, and American Red Cross • Assisted colleagues with daily tasks including running payroll checks and recording hardship withdrawals while ensuring timely completion Pier 1 Imports May 2014 - Present Sales Associate and Stock Room Associate - Athens, GA • Strive to provide superior customer service to 30-50 customers per shift • Maintain an organized and clean store by completing tasks assigned by managers • Responsible for reaching a unique, personal sales goal each shift Abercrombie and Fitch June 2012 - August 2015 Brand Representative and Stock Room Associate - Atlanta, GA • Collaborated with managers to facilitate and improve the shopping experience • Trained seven new hires including a manger to work in a fast-paced sales environment • Collaborated with others to complete tasks including reorganizing the store for the transition into a new retail season EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Delta Sigma Pi - Professional Business Fraternity; Brother of Pi Chapter August 2014 - Present Vice President of Chapter Operations of Chapter’s Executive Board • Serve as a channel of communication between national and Pi Chapter by recording and sending national meeting minutes and attendance to ensure that Pi Chapter obtains and maintains Chapter of Excellence status • Run elections, trials, manage all member statuses, and perform other operational tasks necessary for the continual efficiency of chapter’s operations Vice President of Scholarship and Awards of Chapter’s Executive Board • Charged with presenting scholarship opportunities to chapter, obtaining awards for the chapter, and recognizing outstanding members • Created a contact list and scholarship list for a 125 member chapter Real Estate Society; The University of Georgia August 2014 - Present • Attend bimonthly meetings to learn more about the real world application of skills learned in the classroom • Network with the different speakers to learn about different areas and career paths in real estate Athens-Clarke County Animal Shelter; Volunteer November 2013 - Present • Assist 5 dogs per visit by allowing them to exercise and provides initial training • Ensure that the animals have proper socialization with humans so they are ready to be adopted Intramural Soccer Team Captain; UGA Intramural Sports August 2013 - Present • Organize team strategy and encouraged teamwork • Provide feedback to teammates to further the effectiveness of implemented strategy SKILLS AND INTERESTS Computer Software Languages Interests -Intermediate/Advanced in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word -Conversation level in Spanish -Basic Conversation level in French and Portuguese -Soccer, Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Traveling 27 Bryce W. Metcalf 1105 Lake Shore Overlook Alpharetta, GA 30005 404-579-1208 | [email protected] PROFILE • Seeking a position in commercial real estate where my technical and communication skills can be leveraged for the benefit of company projects. EXPERIENCE Piedmont Office Realty Trust Atlanta, GA May 2015 – August 2015 Intern • Participated in Atlanta area property tours and inspections • Assisted in annual budgeting and forecasting • Prepared lease analysis comparisons • Updated property stacking plans and floor plates • Assisted in acquisition and disposition due diligence process Honey Baked Ham Atlanta, GA November 2013 – December 2013 Seasonal Operations Employee • Assisted in formatting and executing supply chain plan for consistent, efficient processing of products • Tracked and managed inventory from point of delivery to point of sale Windward Lake Club Atlanta, GA May 2010 – August 2012 Concession Stand & Lifeguard • Supervised pool decks and enforced rules to maintain a safe and enjoyable environment • Gained experience in CPR and first-aid • Monitored consumer trends to adequately stock inventory • Trained new employees EDUCATION University of Georgia Athens, GA Graduation May 2016 3.38 GPA (Double Major) • Bachelor of Business Administration – Major: Finance, Major: Real Estate HONORS & ACTIVITIES • Hope / Zell Miller Scholarship, Dean’s List • Cumulative ACT: 34 • Real Estate Society – Active Member • Phi Gamma Delta – Active Member Cumulative SAT: 2080 SKILLS • Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel, etc.), HTML Web Design, Conversant in Spanish 28 Cole Nettles 110 International Drive • 77 • Athens, GA 30605 • 912-660-7426 • [email protected] OBJECTIVE • To obtain a full time position in order to further develop my experience in the field of real estate EDUCATION The University of Georgia - Athens, GA Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate Terry College of Business May 2016 Relevant Coursework: • • • • Commercial Real Estate, Development, Principles Accounting I & II Real Estate Finance Real Estate Investments • • • • Marketing Strategies and Decision Making Real Estate Law Real Estate Valuations Predictive Modeling and Optimization RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Polo Club Apartments - Athens, GA May 2014 – Present Leasing Agent • Responsible for selling and leasing apartment units in a competitive market • Perform background and credit screenings on potential renters and their respective guarantors • Responsible for performing and providing market surveys to other properties pertaining to pre-leasing percentages, current occupancy, and current market rates • Develop and maintain prospective tenant relationships in order to build future business • Assist tenants throughout the leasing process to make the best out of their apartment rental experience • Successfully leased up all 517 units on property in 2015 Polo Club Apartments - Athens, GA February 2013 – May 2014 Customer Service Specialist Provided customer service to over 400 tenants through communication and problem solving skills Directed company calls to appropriate departments Organized and filled residential leases and office documents • • • CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Real Estate Society, Member April 2015 – Present • Attend meetings to network and speak with alumni of the real estate program currently working in the field Sigma Chi Fraternity, Member April 2013 – May 2015 • Assisted with philanthropy events to benefit and raise money for The Children's Miracle Network Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, Member • Honor society for first year college students rewarding academic excellence August 2012 – May 2013 SKILLS • • • • Computer skills: Proficient in Excel, Power Point, Word, and Outlook Leasing experience: Two years sales experience as a leasing agent selling apartment units signing term leases Communication and leadership skills Analytical skills 29 Patrick Christopher Norris 19 Kent Road • Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 • [email protected] • (609) 206-0822 EDUCATION The University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, Athens, GA Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate Minor in Art; Intended Legal Studies Certificate Overall GPA: 3.47/4.00 Presidential Leadership Scholarship, The University of Georgia Andrew Isakson Scholarship, The University of Georgia Real Estate Society Relevant Coursework: Real Estate Principles Real Estate Investment Real Estate Development Historic Preservation The UGA Studies Abroad Program, Cortona, Italy Chosen to participate in intensive art studies program with extensive travel throughout Italy May 2016 Financial Management Marketing Spring 2015 RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE The O’Donnell Group, Intern, Moorestown, NJ May 2015-August 2015 Created case study on receivership assignment to determine profitability Oversaw the entire process of purchase, renovation & sale of a commercial distressed asset to maximize return on investment Assisted in the purchase and opening of a new office space KW Commercial, Brokerage Intern, Philadelphia, PA May 2015-July 2015 Assisted broker specializing in investment sales in the Metro Philadelphia area Researched market trends and continuously updated offering memorandums for potential clients Managed the redesign of broker’s website and marketing materials to expand client base Stoltz Real Estate Partners, Capital Markets Analytics Intern, Bala Cynwyd, PA May 2014-July 2014 Created detailed investment summaries presented at annual investor meeting of funds in excess of $1.7B Conducted market research and found comparable properties for acquisition nationwide Attended weekly meetings with COO and Capital Markets team to discuss goals and market trends OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE Willow Creek Winery, Waiter, Cape May, NJ Seasonal May 2014-August 2015 Served wine and tapas at leading winery in Southern New Jersey while developing excellent customer service skills Quickly learned history of wine-making operation to help promote the winery’s special offerings to guests and maximize sales Cape Resorts Group, Congress Hall Hotel, Banquet Server, Cape May, NJ Seasonal May 2013-August 2014 Trained five new employees in banquet procedures Executed special event planning as assistant to manager ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPERIENCE Pottery by Patrick, Owner, Greater Philadelphia Area Negotiated deals with local businesses at the Jersey shore to carry my artwork Expanded network to showcase work in metro Philadelphia area New Venture Formation Competition, Athens, GA Received first place award for successfully launching locally-sourced pesto business with no capital Managed product design and developed detailed business plan with team members March 2014-Present December 2014 CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT University of Georgia Real Estate Society, Member, Athens, GA August 2013-Present Networked with professionals and learned about different jobs in Commercial Real Estate at monthly meetings Attended industry meetings in Atlanta and toured construction site of luxury retail and student housing development University of Georgia Symphony Orchestra, Bassoonist, Athens, GA August 2012-December 2014 Successfully auditioned into one of the most competitive ensembles performing traditional orchestral repertoire Demonstrated excellent time management skills, devoting at least 15 hours weekly rehearsing and performing ADDITIONAL INFORMATION A Successfully completed New Jersey Real Estate Salesperson Exam Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel Fundamental application of Argus software Excellent writing and interpersonal skills 30 August 2015 9000 Goshen Valley Drive Gaithersburg, MD, 20882 Ryan Shapiro [email protected] (240) 688-0660 191 East Broad Street, Apt. 203 Athens, GA 30601 EDUCATION The University of Georgia, Athens, GA • Bachelor of Business Administration, Real Estate • Relevant Coursework: Real Estate Development, Real Estate Investments, Finance Expected May 2016 Study Abroad, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, Maastricht, The Netherlands January 2015- June 2015 • Relevant Coursework: Organization Design, Project and Production Management, Human Resource Management • Improved intercultural communication skills • Increased global awareness and cultural sensitivity WORK EXPERIENCE Winchester Homes Incorporated, Community Development Intern, Bethesda, MD June 2015-August 2015 • Created and implemented new competitive reviews for all community sales managers • Completed numerous community marketing audits and inventory checks • Assisted the community development team in the standardization of Spec home options selection process Long and Foster Realtors, Summer Marketing Intern, Rockville, MD • Executed a variety of client retention and expansion projects • Planned and assisted with events aimed at furthering positive customer relationships • Executed a variety of projects using the Multiple Listing Services to find potential listing opportunities June 2014-August 2014 Corporate Health Resources, Summer Office Intern, Gaithersburg, MD • Worked primarily with the accounts payable department to pay all relevant bills • Worked with the customer service department to resolve customer disputes • Improved skills in organization, timeliness, and communication May 2011-August 2011 Montgomery County Golf, Outdoor Grill Manager, Laytonsville, MD • Operated and managed an outdoor grill • Tracked sales revenue and inventory on a daily basis 2012-August 2012 MWSRA, Youth Soccer Referee, Montgomery County, MD • Head referee for youth soccer games March 2008-August 2012 LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE AND EXTRA-CURRICULARS Real Estate Society, Member, Athens, GA • Gained insight into industry norms and employment opportunities 2014-Present Food 2 Kids Charity, Member, Athens, GA • Helped efforts to send over 2200 underprivileged children home with food every weekend September 2013-Present Athens-Clarke County Soccer, Volunteer Coach, Athens, GA • Volunteer Head Coach of a U-13 soccer team in the Athens area September 2015-Present Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, Rush Chair, Athens, GA • Led recruitment efforts to sign new members for fall of 2014 National Academy of Finance, President, Gaithersburg, MD • Co-planned budget for yearly operations • Organized fundraisers throughout the year November 2013-August 2014 Fall 2012-Spring 2012 Angel Warriors Soccer, Head Coach/Mentor, Gaithersburg, MD • Lead and organized soccer training for underprivileged children • Lead equipment drive to provide participants with proper soccer equipment SKILLS & INTERESTS Skills: MS Office, Multiple Listing Service (MRIS) Interests: Outdoor recreation, Soccer, Culinary arts 31 May 2011- August 2013 Kristen Stigler 3030 Bent Creek Terrace Alpharetta, GA 30005 Phone: (678) 896-8248 E-Mail: [email protected] Education The University of Georgia, Honors Program, Athens, GA Terry College of Business, Real Estate Zell Miller Recipient, Julian Cox Memorial Scholarship recipient Cumulative GPA: 3.86 May 2016 Experience JLL Broker Intern June 2015 – July 2015 • Created and maintained stacking plans as required • Researched and reported on the impact of technology on real estate in the health care sector • Assisted in identifying prospective clients and soft connections through the use of LinkedIn’s Sales Navigator feature • Assisted with various day-to-day client and prospect requests UGA Baxter Bookstore Note Taker January 2014 – Present • Negotiated contract with Baxter Bookstore to provide lecture notes three times each week • These notes are then sold by Baxter Bookstore to other students enrolled in the same class Athleta Sales Associate November 2014 – January 2015 • Engaged customers with friendly service and helpful attitude • Organized shelves and merchandise to maintain a welcoming environment Leadership Delta Zeta Sorority Vice President of Membership October 2013 – November 2014 • One of nine members of Executive Board • Planed all aspects of the recruitment process for spring and fall recruitment • Managed $9,000 annual recruitment budget and negotiated supplier contracts • Managed creation of 9 minute chapter highlight video Delta Zeta Sorority Recruitment Assistant January 2013 – August 2016 • Selected to be one of two women from 260 Delta Zeta members to aid in the recruitment process • Assisted in planning, organizing, and coordinating all necessary preparations for fall recruitment UGA Freshman Greek Leaders December 2012 – May 2013 • Nominated to represent my chapter’s new member class of 70 girls • Developed relationships with other future campus leaders on a monthly basis • Discussed critical issues within the Greek community and college as a whole UGA Junior Panhellenic August 2012 – December 2012 • Selected to be one of two first year students to represent my chapter of 260 girls • Coordinated a philanthropy event benefitting the Wounded Warriors • Met weekly with other delegates to discuss chapter relations • Communicated necessary information from the Panhellenic meetings back to individual chapters Campus Involvement Order of Omega • Represent the top 3% of Greek leaders on campus • Recognized for high standard of leadership October 2014 – Present UGA Real Estate Society July 2014 – Present • Attend meetings where individuals currently working in various areas of the real estate industry provide insight into their job and the industry Shop with a Bulldawg Philanthropy August 2013 – December 2013 • Raised $75 to be spent in combination with another mentor to purchase holiday gifts for a child in need. 500 children were able to participate 32 No summer graduates submitted their resume for this version of the resume book. Please check the website for updates. http://www.terry.uga.edu/recruiters/programs/real-estate 33 NOTES Available May 2016 MBA Real Estate Sequence PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The real estate sequence in the MBA program is designed to improve an individual’s ability to make real estate acquisition, management, and disposition decisions. Topics in these broad areas include cash flow analysis, the role of real estate in increasing shareholder value, site selection, financing alternatives, control and disposition, negotiations, mortgage financing, mortgage backed securities, valuation techniques and problems, and computer methods of valuation. The courses are designed to challenge the student by combining a rigorous theoretical foundation with applications such as case studies and market simulations. Upon completing the program, the student should possess the ability to analyze the complex real estate environment using their strong technical skills and increased understanding of real estate markets. GRADUATE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Real Estate Analysis (REAL 7800) The real estate sequence starts with an introduction to the basic principles of real estate law, markets, valuation, and finance. This course is designed for any graduate student with an interest in real estate decision making as well as a basis for more advanced courses. A focus on modern statistical valuation methods exposes students to empirical evidence of the determinants of value, while providing extensive exposure to Argus the industry’s leading lease analysis software. The class provides an opportunity to develop quantitative tools necessary for investment analysis in businesses whose principal lines of operation may or may not be in real estate. This approach has proven to be successful in stimulating students to learn more about the real estate industry during the introductory course, as well as the sequence’s advanced offerings. Real Estate Investments (REAL 7810) This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of modern real estate investment. The first half of the course extends the basic principles and methods of real estate valuation to address investment analysis at the owner-level, yet while still retaining an individual property focus. After examination of alternative measures of investment performance and, more generally, the concept of returns, follows coverage of the effects of leverage and income taxes on real estate investment returns. The course emphasis then turns to investment analysis at the aggregate property level. Specific topics addressed in the latter half of the course include portfolio theory, asset pricing theory, REIT valuation, and issues related to real estate investment management. Real Estate Finance (REAL 7830) The mission of this course is to apply financial economic theory to real estate financing institutions and markets to explain how changes in the economic or financial environment affect real estate financial decision making. The course concentrates on residential and commercial real estate finance. First, basic discounting as it relates to present value, annuities, yield, and bond pricing is discussed. Second, basic residential real estate finance focuses first on fixed and adjustable rate mortgages and the mortgage choice decision. Next, the refinancing decision is examined with an extended discussion on creative financing methods such as wraparounds, buy downs and second mortgages. The secondary mortgage market and the use of mortgages as derivative assets are discussed. Commercial real estate issues center on leveraging, the impact of tax laws, and the financing of properties using equity participation and sale-leaseback agreements. The course closes with the flexible opportunity to explore current relevant topics that are of special interest. Real Estate Markets (REAL 7850) This course is designed to provide the student with both an academic and practical introduction to the real estate development process. Class time is divided between a real estate development project and a variety of topics intended to provide an academic foundation to the decisions that must be made during the real estate development process. These topics include development financing, site selection and evaluation, and real estate markets. Special emphasis is given to the fundamentals of real estate market analysis and their application to residential, retail, and office real estate markets. 36 BENJAMIN HEFLIN 909 E. Broad Street, Apt. 619 • Athens GA 30601 469-261-6319 • [email protected] EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, TERRY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, Athens, GA MBA – Real Estate & Finance Real Estate Club. Finance and Investment Club. GMAT: 710. 2014-2016 GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, Fairfax, VA 2008-2012 BS – Finance, Economics Minor 1 of 25 recipients of University Scholars Full-Tuition Scholarship. Scholar’s Program Mentor. Key presenter for finalist team in Senior Year School of Management campus-wide case competition. GMU Club Team Lacrosse. EXPERIENCE RYAN, LLC, Dallas, TX Summer 2015 Intern – Commercial Property Tax Consulting Computed valuations for clients and performed market analysis and comparisons for commercial and multi-family properties including $200 million Galleria I,II,II properties Supported management with valuations in saving clients over $50 million in taxes Sole Intern trusted with final project analyzing Ryan’s fee structure. Trusted with recommendations regarding superior clients to Principals based on fee structure. Assisting role in preparing values for hearings with appraisal districts. NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE, Lewisville, TX 2013-2014 Senior Bankruptcy Specialist / Team Lead – Default Management (2014) Handled and applied several hundreds of thousands of dollars from our clients in our bankruptcy portfolio to appropriate accounts to keep the bankruptcy legal case current. Worked with attorneys to assess proper execution of reaffirmation of debt. Mortgage/Bankruptcy/Attorney Relations to work through legal process of achieving debtor discharge for each bankruptcy case. Negotiated with debtors, debtor attorneys, Company’s local counsel, and trustees. Through negotiation, developed strong relationships with several trustees and local counsels Promoted in three months to team lead position. Middle-man between manager and team of 15 associates. Promoted from Bankruptcy Specialist to Sr. Bankruptcy Specialist within first year of employment. Bankruptcy Specialist – Default Management (2013) Promoted in three months to team lead position after initial work with Foreclosure Department. Middle-man between manager and team of 15 associates. Gained insight into Nationstar’s acquisition of loans in bankruptcy from other servicers. Named Employee of the Month (April, 2013). Received top performance reviews from senior manager for the Annual Performance Review. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Passionate about working out, eating healthy and staying fit. International travel: visited Italy, England, and Scotland. Operation Christmas Miracle Volunteer. Volunteer with underprivileged children in DC. Exceptional Speech/debate/communication talent: 5-time national debater (2003-2007). 37 JOHN WILEY 494 Baxter St., Apt. #34 ! [email protected] ! Athens, GA 30605 404-317-2196 EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, TERRY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, Athens, GA 2014–2016 MBA – Real Estate, GPA: 3.63 • Francis Wood Wilson Scholarship. Catalina Del Corral Scholarship. Dwight C. Jones Scholarship. • 2015 NAIOP Case Competition. • Co-President, Real Estate Club. VP-Events, MBA Graduate Business Association. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, TERRY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, Athens, GA BBA – Economics • Wealth Management and Insurance Intern, Peachtree Planning Corporation, 2005. 2003–2008 EXPERIENCE GRANITE PROPERTIES, Atlanta, GA Summer–2015 Privately held commercial real estate investment and management company Analyst – Acquisitions and Development, Internship • Supported Managing Director with market analysis and economic research for acquisitions and dispositions of class A office properties in Atlanta. • Vetted 15+ class A office investment opportunities, providing official bids of $70MM+ on 2 properties. • Assisted with the management of 1.3MM SF, supplying analysis of market rates, tenant improvements, and lease terms. • Maintained database of Atlanta sub-market data, quarterly benchmarks, portfolio valuations, and leasing assumption updates. STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, Atlanta, GA 2009–2014 Credit Services Manager – Special Assets Division (2013–2014) A $2.9B “super” community commercial and retail bank launched in 2009 to acquire distressed banks • Provided financial analysis and underwriting for loss share loans in the special assets division. Found least cost resolution of problem assets in accordance with loss share agreement with the FDIC. • Managed 2 analysts for a project to analyze financial statements on individuals and companies. • Assisted with documentation preparation for audits by the FDIC. Credit Analyst – Commercial Real Estate (2011–2013) • Underwrote loans greater than $1MM in commercial real estate. • Conducted 30+ annual loan reviews and 400+ financial analyses on companies and individuals in for commercial real estate lenders. • Completed 30+ market studies annually on subdivision and neighborhoods in the southeast for State Bank’s homebuilder lending group. Credit Analyst (2009–2011) • Conducted 50+ annual reviews and 400+ financial analyses on companies and individuals in commercial and industrial industries. THE COASTAL BANK, Savannah, GA 2009 Credit Analyst / Management Trainee – Commercial Real Estate Division • Underwrote financial statement analysis for commercial real estate and homebuilding loans ranging from $100M to $2MM. Completed 40+ annual reviews. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION • • • Avid Golfer, Coaches Award, Westminster High School Golf Team. Safe-Ride volunteer, Capital Group. Proficient with Argus Enterprise and Excel. 38 Real Estate Summer Internship Program We are seeking qualified employers to participate in the summer internship program. The Internship Program provides a unique educational experience for our students. We are looking for firms that are willing to provide our students with an education that combines academic work with practical, applied experience in the real estate industry. The Internship Program offers flexibility to the firm to utilize student workers, while providing the student with a hands-on experience that can only be gained through practice. BBA (undergraduate) Students that participate in the internship program will typically be juniors and seniors who have completed one or more of our real estate courses. They must be enrolled in summer school, complete a written project, and have their internship supervisor provide us with a confidential evaluation. Compensation of at least $8.00/hour is recommended, but we recognize that a lesser base compensation plus incentives may be appropriate in some sales organizations. If your location is other than the student’s home area, a housing allowance is both permitted and encouraged. Interns are required to work at least 300 hours over the summer period to receive 6 hours of college credit. This allows you to utilize the intern, not only on special projects, but also in the day-to-day activities of your firm. Students are available to begin work mid-May and work through mid-August. The students in our program are eager to learn and are very interested in the real estate industry. Offering an internship to a student not only enhances their educational experience, it gives them a head start in the industry. If you are interested in providing an educational opportunity for a Terry Undergraduate Real Estate Student, please submit a job description with contact information via email to [email protected] MBA Students that participate in the internship program come from across the nation and typically have 2 - 3 years of work experience, mainly in areas outside of the real estate industry. These students have completed the first year of the MBA program. The first year of study consists of coursework designed to provide students with the basic analytical, functional, and managerial skills necessary to solve both shortand long-term business problems. The first-year curriculum also helps students understand the nature of corporate and business-level strategies and the ways that functional operations are integrated into a total enterprise. MBA Students seeking summer internships do not receive academic credit and the numbers of hours worked by the student is determined by the employer and the student. It is also up to the employer and intern to agree upon compensation that reflects the intern’s work experience and ability to contribute to the firm. The typical MBA intern averages approximately $3,600 per month for a summer internship opportunity. If you are interested in providing an educational opportunity for a Terry MBA Real Estate Student, please contact the MBA Career Management Center (706-542-3524 or [email protected]). THE REAL ESTATE PROGRAM 206 Brooks Hall• Athens, Georgia 30602-6255 (706) 542-4290 • FAX: (706) 542-4295 www.terry.uga.edu/realestate/ NOTES Real Estate Faculty James Conklin, Ph.D., Penn State University, Assistant Professor. Dr. Conklin’s research and teaching interests include real estate markets, mortgage markets and institutions, real estate finance and financial literacy. His current research focuses on mortgage broker, lender, and borrower behavior in the subprime mortgage market. Before earning his Ph.D., Conklin worked in the mortgage industry, holding various management positions. Darren K. Hayunga, Ph.D., Louisiana State University, Assistant Professor. Dr. Hayunga’s research interests include the pricing of residential and commercial real estate assets as well as the spatial aspects of real property. He teaches real estate investments at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Dr. Hayunga’s research has been published in real estate journals including Real Estate Economics and the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics and finance journals such as the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. James B. Kau, Ph.D., University of Washington, Professor Emeritus. Dr. Kau has interests in mortgage markets, real estate finance, housing economics, and urban economics. A Fellow of the Homer Hoyt Institute, Dr. Kau has served as a consultant to many governmental agencies. He is the author of numerous articles and five books, as well as the editor of the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. Richard W. Martin, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Associate Professor. Dr. Martin’s research and teaching specialties are in the area of real estate development with a special emphasis on the impact of public policy on local economic development. He has studied the impact of housing discrimination and employment suburbanization on urban labor markets. Dr. Martin has been published in journals such as the Journal of Urban Economics and Regional Science and Urban Economics. Henry J. Munneke, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Professor and holder of a C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry Chair of Business Administration. Dr. Munneke’s teaching is specialized in the area of real estate valuation. His research interests lie in the areas of urban economics, real estate markets, and real estate brokerage. He has studied the dynamics of land use controls, as well as analyzed the decision to redevelop property. Dr. Munneke has been published in journals such as Journal of Urban Economics, Real Estate Economics, and the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.