Lisa started her career in commercial real estate with General Growth Properties where she was introduced to property management and leasing, property accounting, tenant relations, and general contracting. Her experience in property management progressed while working in Denver on retail and office properties for Shea Properties and Gart Properties. Lisa also spent a number of years on the corporate real estate side managing leased locations for national retailers such as Regis Corporation and Caribou Coffee. Moving to Paramount Real Estate Corporation in 2008, Lisa’s responsibilities expanded to include construction management, budgeting, and financial analysis of industrial and office properties.
Lisa earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing Management from Concordia University and an Associate in Arts from Minneapolis Community College.
- CPM Candidate
- TCN Worldwide
- Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
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