The board of directors at CassidyTurley have unanimously elected Joseph Stettinius Jr. as the company’s new CEO, effective immediately. Stettinius succeeds Mark Burkhart, who will serve as an ongoing advisor to the company.
Serving as president and CEO, Stettinius will lead the operations of Cassidy Turley. He previously served as President of Cassidy Turley.
Stettinius, based in Cassidy Turley’s Washington, D.C. office, previously served as president and will retain that title. He has more than 25 years in commercial real estate leadership roles, including 13 years at Trammell Crow, which was acquired by CBRE.
Stettinius had served as president of Cassidy Turley since the company’s inception in August 2008. From March 2007 to February 2010, he was CEO of predecessor firm Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers.
“"We expect to enter additional strategic markets as well as enhance our capabilities in existing markets” Stettinius said in a statement.
“This leadership change is consistent with our succession plan and is at a natural time for a shift,“ said Wally Pinkard, chairman of Cassidy Turley in the same statement. “Mark decided to step down as CEO.“ His “initiatives set in motion our current growth plan.“
Burkhart will be available as a resource to maintain relationships with clients, shareholders and financial partners and will continue to assist with recruiting new talent.
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