BROKER – LANDLORD AGENCY REP
As a partner and SVP of office agencyleasing at Foundry Commercial,Meredith Ball leads institutional agencyleasing for the Southeast market. Herclient roster includes CousinsProperties, New York Life and PortmanHoldings. In the last year, she closedher largest transaction to date, a560,000-square-foot lease for CousinsProperties in the Charlotte BusinessDistrict, a deal that earned her the titleof top office broker by the Charlotte Region Commercial Board ofRealtors. When she isn’t closing deals, Ball is mentoring juniorteam members and playing an active role in the CRE community,with organizations like CRCBR.
Known for her ambition and leadership, Rachel Coulter is helping to pavethe way for other professionals in theagency leasing business. As a managingdirector at JLL and co-leader of the JLLAustin agency leasing team, Coulteroversees a large team of brokers, analysts, research professionals and marketing support and is regularly ranked as atop-producing broker at the firm. Whenshe isn’t closing deals, she is dedicatedto mentoring and recruiting top talent. Recently, one of her mentees won a 600,000-square-foot lease for a client. She currently sitson the board of the Real Estate Council of Austin.
DEB L. COWART
A broker associate at Coldwell BankerCommercial Arnold and Associateswith nearly 30 years of industry experience, Deb L. Cowart is known forhandling complex and detailed transactions. She is one of the top performing brokers at the firm and has collected an impressive roster of clientsthat includes both local and nationalplayers. In the last year, Cowart hasclosed office, industrial and retaillease deals and completed apartment and land site dispositions.
This year, she plans to increase her sales volumes yet again. As alead broker, Cowart also works closelywith her staff to foster new talent andsupport growth.
Based in the highly competitive SiliconValley market, Susan Gregory is aleader in office leasing and advisory.
Throughout her 22-year career, she
has averaged 100 transactions per year,
handling everything from site selec-
tion and negotiation to financial anal-
ysis. She is highly specialized in new office development, where
she guides projects from pre-leasing to 100% lease-up. Gregory is
currently an EVP at Colliers International, where she has been a
Office Broker of the Year finalist and inducted into the compa-
ny’s hall of fame. She is a member of SIOR and ULI.
Holly Hughes has built a reputation asa trusted leader to oversee clientinvestments and drive value. Afteronly four years of joining ColliersInternational, she was named president and COO of its Atlanta market.With vast experience in leading realestate portfolios and transacting dealson behalf of institutional clients,Hughes is widely-known for her expertise in landlord representation. Shecontinually seeks to meet clients’ needs by supporting corporateservices locations, developing tailored solutions for clients,focusing on future goals and leveraging Colliers’ business lines.In her current role, she is responsible for all day-to-day operations and growing existing business. While achieving outstanding customer satisfaction ratings, she serves as an active memberof CREW, BOMA and IREM.
Since joining JLL in 2017 as a managing director of institutional landlordand tenant representation services,Leslie Lanne has established the JLLNew York City Industrial businessfrom the ground up, combining theNew York, New Jersey andPennsylvania practice groups to better serve clients’ needs. She has handled more than 8 million square feetof new projects in New York and New
Jersey. Her impressive career has spanned nearly two decadesand she has closed more than 100 million square feet in leasetransactions. Lanne has received the Top Gun Award from JLLand serves on the firm’s national industrial council.
Mindy Lissner is an seasoned expertin guiding industrial investment transactions. For nearly her entire career,she has covered the northeast marketat CBRE and has built an impressivetenant roster that includes GeneralMotors Corp., Ford Motor Co., USGypsum and Duke Realty. Last year,Lissner closed 175 transactions, 57multi-market transactions, 129 leasetransactions and 46 sale transactions,
all totaling $1.8 billion in value. Through her nearly three-dec-ade career, she has completed $6 billion in transaction volume,earning her a spot as a top producer in New Jersey. She is anactive member of CREW and NAIOP.