Avison Young appoints Dorothy L. Alpert to run Tri-State region as firm bolsters client service and technology delivery for clientsAugust 5, 2021
New York City – Strategic commercial real estate leader Dorothy L. Alpert is joining Avison Young as its new Tri-State President and Principal the firm announced today. Alpert joins Avison Young following a 30+ year career at Deloitte where she focused on strategy and operations consulting in the real estate industry, including leading the firms’ real estate services practice in the U.S. where she led significant client relationships.
“Dorothy’s unmatched background and decades of experience are perfectly aligned to our operational, talent platform and technology strategies as we strive to help all our clients realize the full potential of their real estate,” said Mark E. Rose, Chair and CEO of Avison Young. “Dorothy’s knowledge of client relations, strategic planning, business development and process improvement will be an asset to our client-centric teams across the entire region as we transition to a data-led consultative approach to solutions and deliver economic, environmental and social value to our clients.”
Building on a strong foundation within business advisory and leading large-scale client relationships, Alpert also brings demonstrated experience leveraging technology to enhance client service capabilities. This skill is a powerful addition as Avison Young continues to expand and invest in data and technology that delivers the insights clients need to achieve their goals.
“It’s an exciting time to be joining Avison Young in this phase of its growth as it makes investments in expanding its platform, delivering innovative technology solutions and bringing top talent to bear to achieve client goals,” said Alpert. “The people of Avison Young are amazing; in every conversation I’ve had, the firm’s distinct culture of collaboration comes through and I’m looking forward to all that we can accomplish together to benefit our clients and communities.”
As the co-founder of ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative, Dorothy is an advocate for diversity and inclusion in the commercial real estate industry and her leadership in this space complements Avison Young’s focused advancement of women and underrepresented groups within the industry. The firm’s efforts were recently recognized by GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum Women of Influence awards in its inaugural 2021 Diversity Champion company category.
Alpert has been honored as one of Real Estate Forum’s Women in Influence: Legends, Real Estate Forum’s Women to Watch, and Real Estate New York’s Women of Influence. She holds an MBA from Fordham University and a BA in Mathematics from Bates College.
With Alpert’s appointment, Arthur Mirante will transition to the role of Chairman of the Tri-State region; in this leadership role, he will provide advisory support to Alpert and maintain key client relationships. Mitti Liebersohn continues as President and Managing Director of New York, and Jeff Heller, Sean Cahill and Ted Stratigos will continue to lead New Jersey, Connecticut and Long Island as Managing Directors, respectively. These leaders will form a Tri-State Executive Committee along with top producers to support strategic growth in the region.
Avison Young creates real economic, social and environmental value as a global real estate advisor, powered by people. As a private company, our clients collaborate with an empowered partner who is invested in their success. Our integrated talent realizes the full potential of real estate by using global intelligence platforms that provide clients with insights and advantage. Together, we can create healthy, productive workplaces for employees, cities that are centers for prosperity for their citizens, and built spaces and places that create a net benefit to the economy, the environment and the community.
Avison Young is a 2021 winner of the Canada's Best Managed Companies Platinum Club designation, having retained its Best Managed designation for 10 consecutive years.
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