Capital Square hires chief comms officer
Jacqueline Rogers previously worked for Amazon Music
Capital Square has hired Jacqueline Rogers as chief communications officer, the Henrico County-based real estate investment firm announced Monday.
Rogers most recently served as head of brand program management at Amazon Music. In her new role, she will oversee branding, marketing, investor relations, communications, strategy and implementation.
At Amazon Music, Rogers spearheaded the development of the Amazon Music global brand platform and design refresh. She has also been director of design operations and program management for Lyft. Additionally, she has worked on advertising and marketing campaigns for brands such as BMW, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Lincoln Motor Co., Marriott International Inc., Four Seasons Hotels Ltd., SoulCycle and The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. LLC. She cofounded the marketing team at Tumblr.
“I am honored to join an established team with a distinguished history of maximizing value for investors,” Rogers said in a statement. “I look forward to strengthening the marketing efforts and further increasing our reach to current and prospective investors while continuing to uphold the highest level of excellence that makes Capital Square an industry leader. I am excited to shape the communication of our expanding value proposition to drive our brand forward for our investors, broker-dealers, financial advisors and other colleagues. Capital Square is well positioned to help lead the real estate industry into a technology-fueled future, and I am thrilled to contribute to the vision of this dynamic company.”
Rogers earned her bachelor’s degree in communications studies and English from Christopher Newport University and has a master’s in advertising and brand strategy from Virginia Commonwealth University’s Brandcenter and an MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business.
Capital Square specializes in tax-advantaged real estate investments, including Delaware statutory trusts. Since its founding in 2012, the company has structured more than $5 billion in investment offerings. Last week, the company announced its purchase of a Williamsburg apartment property for $70 million.