Tricia Shay Joins CBRE Group as Managing Director

Tricia Shay will oversee CBRE’s transaction management account business for the New York Tri-State Region.

CBRE Group welcomes a new managing director.

Tricia Shay was hired by the Los Angeles-based commercial real estate services and investment firm as a managing director in its Occupier Services division. In her new role, Shay will be responsible for CBRE’s transaction management business for the New York Tri-State Region, the company announced last week. Shay will be located in CBRE’s New York headquarters at 200 Park Ave. in Midtown Manhattan.

Tricia Shay - Managing Director, Occupier Services at CBRE Group

Tricia Shay – Managing Director, Occupier Services at CBRE Group

“We are pleased to have a high-caliber professional like Tricia join our management team,” said Kyle Schoppmann, executive managing director, NY Tri-State Region Occupier Services. “Her extensive corporate experience is impressive—and invaluable as we look to find new and better ways to service our Tri-State business and support our brokers.”

Shay has more than 20 years of real estate experience. Prior to joining CBRE, she was vice president of real estate for north america and field operations for Weight Watchers International’ Eastern U.S. operations, held day-to-day operational accountability for all service providers, territory managers and district directors across 23 states, and P&L responsibility for their portfolio.

Prior to that, Shay worked with Johnson Controls’ Global Workplace Solutions group in Long Island for 15 years, beginning as a lease administrator and rising through the ranks to become vice president and general manager for national accounts.

A Dowling College graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and a licensed real estate broker in the State of New York, Shay’s associations have included CoreNet Global; the International Council of Shopping Centers; the Long Island Green Building Council, and the National Association of Professional and Executive Women.

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