Three appointed to local Urban Land Institute

Sean Davis

Sean Davis

Sean Davis, Kelly Cantley and Kimberly Clark have been appointed to leadership positions for the Baltimore District Council of the Urban Land Institute for three-year terms beginning July 1.

Davis has been appointed as chair, where he will be responsible for overall strategic leadership, direction of management of ULI Baltimore’s staff and contractors, and represent ULI Baltimore at major programs and other community meetings, retreats, and conventions.

Kelly Cantley

Kelly Cantley

Kelly Cantley has been appointed as vice chair for mission advancement. She will serve as the link between ULI Global and the Baltimore District Council and ensure that ULI practices, policies and programs are integrated into the District Council’s activities and outreach.

Kelly is responsible for leading and overseeing the development of business opportunities for Bozzuto Construction Company, which has built more than 25,000 housing units valued at more than $2.8 billion since its establishment in 1988.

Kim Clark

Kimberly Clark

Clark has been appointed as treasurer. She will monitor the financial health of the District Council and help to prepare the annual budget.

Clark is the executive vice president of the Baltimore Development Corporation, where she oversees business retention and attraction, land assemblage and redevelopment, capital budgeting, commercial revitalization, urban design and planning and the Inner Harbor Coordinator.

BOMA Baltimore elects officers for 2013

John M. Pezzulla

John M. Pezzulla

The Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Baltimore has elected its leadership team for 2013.

John M. Pezzulla, director of asset management at Federal Realty Investment Trust, was named president. Lynn L. Berger, senior property manager at Liberty Property Trust, serves as immediate past president.

Additional BOMA officers include: Erika J. Palmer (first vice president), asset manager at Manekin LLC; Stephen M. Enslow (second vice president), vice president of property management for The Loughlin Management Group; and Tim A. O’Donald (treasurer), vice president of property management, Harbor East Management Group.

BOMA Baltimore also named four directors to its leadership team: Kevin J. Bauer, senior property manager, First Industrial Realty Trust; Joyce L. Frank, vice president – asset management, MacKenzie Management Company LLC; Terri Gavin, property manager, Montecito Medical Management; Monica LaVorgna, property manager, St. John Properties Inc.; and Robert Shovan, City Leader, Cassidy Turley.

BOMA Associate Member Representatives include: Debbie Heaver, divisional account manager, Brickman Group, and Christina Urquhart, President, Charm City Concierge, Inc.

According to BOMA Baltimore President John M. Pezzulla, the new leadership team has the breadth and depth of expertise required to take the professional association to a new level. “In 2013 we look forward to increasing awareness of the work of the commercial real estate industry in the region, enhancing our programming for current and prospective members, and introducing some exciting new initiatives notes Pezzulla.

Berrocosa receives leadership award from YWCA

Monyka Berrocosa

Monyka Berrocosa, founder and CCO of MyCity4Her, Inc., a local media company dedicated to serving the needs and interests of women in business, received the YWCA’s Special Leader Awards on May 4 in Baltimore.

Berrocosa received the award for her professional accomplishments, commitment to the well-being of the community, demonstrable leadership abilities, and other outstanding qualities which sets her above her peers. She was inducted into YWCA Greater Baltimore’s Academy of Leaders joining the ranks of other outstanding women from the Greater Baltimore area to have received this award since its inception in 2004.

Berger named men’s game director at US Lacrosse

US Lacrosse, the governing body for men’s and women’s lacrosse, has promoted Stephen Berger to men’s game director from men’s game manager, effective April 2.

Berger will serve as the leading advocate for the men’s games, providing access to and information about US Lacrosse’s leadership and efforts in the sport’s development.

Berger joined the nonprofit’s staff in 2009 as the men’s division associate and a year later was promoted to men’s game manager.

He played for Washington College, where he earned a B.A. in sociology, and was the last selection in the 2004 Major League Lacrosse draft.

From 2004 to 2011 Berger played for the Long Island Lizards, and was traded this year to the new Charlotte Hounds.