Maureen Ehrenberg

  • November 2014 – Briefs/People

    JLL Brings Maureen Ehrenberg Aboard Integrated Facilities Management Business; Ehle Named President of Forest City Military; DDR CEO Hurwitz to Depart at End of 2015; Swire Appoints Linda Chu as CFO; RW Kline Breakup Creates CMBS Shop for C&W; Crescent Appoints Duncan, Leary as New Group Presidents; Parkway Promotes Bates to Chief Investment Officer; Ventas Taps Probst for CFO.

    National 06 November 2014 19:44
  • JLL Brings Maureen Ehrenberg Aboard Integrated Facilities Management Business

    JLL has just tapped Maureen Ehrenberg, formerly global director of facilities management at CBRE, to serve as executive managing director for the firm’s Integrated Facilities Management business in the Americas.

    National 22 September 2014 15:27

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