JLL executive Travis McCready has spent much of his career focused on advancing tech-based innovation ecosystems. Now, as a member of the MBTA’s new governing board, he will help oversee the transit infrastructure that underpins them.
Boston’s active development pipeline prompted Chicago-based architects Solomon Cordwell Buenz to select it as the home of the first East Coast office in its 90-year history, helmed by Clara Windeberg.
Consulting work during Karan Kashyap’s graduate school years led him to found a startup that helps community banks and credit unions automate routine customer service calls.
Construction is a way of life for Jane Kaplan Peck, who oversees the operations of Brookline-based Kaplan Construction Co., focusing on multifamily and hospitality projects, plus houses of worship.
Penrose, under Regional Vice President Charlie Adams, is making a name for itself as a developer of creative housing models throughout the East Coast. Locally, it’s working on unique projects in Jamaica Plain and Chelsea.
Under CEO Dave Mansfield, Amesbury-based bank has expanded regionally and nationally with specialty products, including those focused on alternative energy, and now cryptocurrency.
Brian Dacey has a long track record working in emerging real estate growth clusters and identifying new ones. Dacey is president of the Cambridge Innovation Center which operates co-working spaces for 1,800 startups ranging from clean energy to life science .
A year ago, Christopher Hendry had no idea he would soon start a career in the credit union industry, never mind as a president and CEO of IC Federal Credit Union.
Chris Gray looks at commercial properties through an energy efficiency lens to help Boston-based Taurus Investment Holdings evaluate potential acquisitions, at a time when landlords are creating efficiencies through operational upgrades, and reducing their exposure for capital upgrades.
As a long-time member of the Commercial Brokers Association, Alison Powers is seeking to make the 355-member group more inclusive while adding programs that resonate with the under-35 age crowd. She founded the CBA’s Women in Commercial Brokerage initiative in 2018 to support the role of female brokers.
Cathy Corby Iannuzzelli has worked at the intersection of technology and financial services before “fintech” was even a word. Now, she’s leading the launch of KindTap, a first-of-its-kind payments service for the cannabis industry.
Since launching in late winter, Enzo Scalora’s new consulting firm has attracted 20 clients involved with 40 different projects in sectors ranging from higher ed to life science.
Jonathan Dowst had just retired after nearly 30 years at Fleet Bank and Bank of America when Pentucket Bank’s then-CEO Scott Cote called, looking to arrange his own succession. Now Pentucket’s president and CEO, Dowst is leading it into a period of growth and rebranding.
Over a nearly 25-year career in the construction industry, Stacey Stares has spent a majority of her time working on health care and life science projects including developments for industry leaders such as Amgen and Vertex Pharmaceuticals.
A bank renovation project launched Gregory Minott’s entrepreneurial career at age 18 and piqued his interest in architecture. Now, leading Boston’s DREAM Collaborative, he’s trying to build new pathways for Black professionals in architecture and more inclusive city planning.
People with disabilities face limits on how much they can spend without affecting their government benefits. But that does not mean they cannot save, inherit and invest money. That’s where Joan McGrath comes in.
After starting out in suburban home construction, J.D. Wild is adding to the multifamily inventory in Boston neighborhoods that are seeing a surge of condominium construction as head of Boston-based Elevated Realty’s development business.
Just days before the start of the pandemic, Bill Clark started a new job as CEO of the Tewksbury-based technology company TimeTrade when it was acquired by Boston-based private equity firm Clearhaven Partners.
Pickard Chilton punches above its weight on a global scale. With 55 employees, the architectural firm was recently selected to design a pair of office-lab buildings totaling nearly 863,000 square feet in Kendall Square.
Michael Mattos’ organization finds overlooked properties that can be repurposed as affordable housing and refreshes aging housing complexes to extend their useful life.