Phillips Edison & Co. Announces Promotions

All three executives are active leaders with the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Eric Richter, senior vice president of property management, PECO
Eric Richter, senior vice president of property management, PECO

Cincinatti—Phillips Edison & Co. announced three internal promotions, including Eric Richter to senior vice president of property management, Tony Haslinger to senior vice president of construction and Cherilyn Megill to chief marketing officer.

“A focal point of Phillips Edison’s culture and a key reason for the company’s ongoing success is our commitment to recognizing and attracting stellar talent and cultivating and promoting individuals from within,” said Bob Myers, COO at Phillips Edison, in prepared remarks. “We invest heavily in our team through programs such as PECO University and PECO NOW, and the result is evident in our highly skilled professionals who are able to take on new challenges.”

Richter joined PECO in 2001 and was vice president of property management since 2007, overseeing the creation of shopping experiences at each of the properties and preserved tenant satisfaction ratings.

Haslinger joined the company in July 2013 as project manager and was promoted in 2014 to vice president of construction, forming relationships with local and national retailers, vendors and subcontractors to contribute to the economic efficiencies at the company’s properties nationwide.

Tony Haslinger, senior vice president, Construction, PECO
Tony Haslinger, senior vice president of construction, PECO

Richter and Haslinger have been instrumental in creating the company’s first sustainability report, which showcased over $1.3 million in tenant savings.

Megill joined in 2013 as vice president of marketing & communications  and has grown the company’s brand visibility through advertising, public relations, digital and social media. She played an important role in establishing PECO NOW, known as Phillip Edison’s Networking Opportunity for Women initiative.

All three executives are active leaders with the International Council of Shopping Centers.

“We are thrilled to see Cherilyn, Eric and Tony progress in their careers and look forward to their continued outstanding contributions in 2017 and beyond,” added Myers in prepared remarks.

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