James B. Connor
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Nick Anthony
Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer
Jenny Bean
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Chris Burns
Senior Regional Senior Vice President, California & Seattle
Ann Colussi Dee
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Mark A. Denien
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Pete Harrington
Executive Vice President, Construction
Mark Milnamow
Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer
Samuel O'Briant
Executive Vice President, East Region
Steven W. Schnur
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
James B. Connor
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
David P. Stockert
Lead Director, Retired CEO, Post Properties
John P. Case
Retired Chief Executive Officer, President and Director, Realty Income
Ngaire E. Cuneo
Partner, Red Associates, LLC
Charles R. Eitel
Former Chief Executive Officer, WS Packaging Group, Inc., and Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Simmons Bedding Company
Norman K. Jenkins
President and Chief Executive Officer, Capstone Development
Melanie R. Sabelhaus
Co-Founder, BridgeStreet Worldwide (Formerly Exclusive Interim Properties)
Peter M. Scott, III
Retired Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President, Progress Energy, Inc.
Chris Sultemeier
Retired Executive Vice President Logistics, Walmart Stores and President/Chief Executive Officer, Wal-Mart Transportation LLC
Michael E. Szymanczyk
Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Altria Group
Warren M. Thompson
President and Chairman, Thompson Hospitality
Lynn C. Thurber
Former Chairman (Non-Executive), LaSalle Investment Management

James B. Connor

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

James B. (Jim) Connor is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Duke Realty Corporation. Duke Realty is one of the largest owners, developers and managers of industrial properties in the United States and a NYSE-listed company with a total enterprise value of more than $12 billion. Duke Realty, which specializes in modern, bulk warehouse facilities in the top 22 distribution markets in the United States, has a portfolio in excess of 155 million square feet. Mr. Connor serves as head of the company’s Executive Committee, overseeing the strategic direction of the company and its Investment Committee, with responsibility for approving major capital transactions.

Jim is a member of the Executive Board of Governors for NAREIT, a member of the Real Estate Roundtable and a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR). He is on the Advisory Board of the Marshall Bennett Institute for Advanced Real Estate Studies and serves on the Board of Trustees of Roosevelt University and EPR Properties.

Nick Anthony

Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer

As Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, Nick is responsible for executing on Duke Realty’s property acquisition and disposition strategies and overseeing its joint ventures. Nick also works closely with the company’s senior managers on all transactions in their areas, as well as with the Financial Analysis group.

Nick joined Duke Realty in 1989 in its Cincinnati office and over the years has served as lead of the Financial Analysis group, Regional Controller for Ohio and Vice President of Portfolio Management. In his most recent role as Senior Vice President of Capital Transactions and Joint Ventures, he was involved in many transformative transactions including billion dollar dispositions of flex and office properties; the acquisition of the Mark Winkler Company in Washington, D.C.; the formation of our joint venture with Chambers Street Properties; and the acquisition of the Premier Realty portfolio in South Florida.

Jenny Bean

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

As Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Jenny is responsible for developing, communicating and implementing a strategic human resources plan that aligns to Duke Realty’s long-term business strategy. This includes attracting and retaining the highest qualified candidates for open positions, structuring and administering competitive benefit packages and compensation systems, developing and administering a performance management system, providing training and development, managing employee relations and overseeing succession management.

Jenny oversees Duke Realty’s Wellness Council, Diversity & Inclusion Council and Community Partnership with the American Red Cross. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative and serves on NAREIT’s Diversity through Dividends advisory committee.

Chris Burns

Senior Regional Senior Vice President, California & Seattle

As Senior Regional Senior Vice President, Chris has overall responsibility for the company’s new investment activities and portfolio operations in its West Region, which focuses on Southern California, the Bay Area and Central Valley in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. In addition, he is a member of the company’s Executive, Investment and Operating Committees.

Previously, Chris served as Regional Senior Vice President of Southern California operations. He oversaw his team’s entrance and subsequent activities in the market which has resulted in a more than 11.4 million-square-foot portfolio. Chris has led the acquisition and entitlement of more than $300 million of land, development projects in excess of $700 million and acquisitions totaling more than $1.5 billion.

Prior to joining Duke Realty in 2004, Chris worked in commercial banking for Fifth Third Bank in Cincinnati.

Ann Colussi Dee

Executive Vice President and General Counsel

As Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Ann oversees Duke Realty’s Legal Department.

Ann joined Duke Realty in January 1996 as a Corporate Attorney. In the ensuing years, she was promoted to Senior Attorney and Assistant Vice President, Vice President, Legal and Deputy General Counsel and Senior Vice President. During her time with Duke Realty, she has played a leadership role in many transactions, including billion dollar industrial and office portfolio dispositions. She also has spearheaded the development of standard operating procedures for handling the legal aspects of Duke Realty’s various real estate transactions. She is a member of the company’s Executive Committee.

Mark A. Denien

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

As Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Duke Realty, Mark oversees all financial functions for the company including treasury, capital markets, accounting, taxation, investor relations and internal audit.

Prior to being named Chief Financial Officer in 2013, Mark was Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer. He joined the company in 2005. Prior to joining Duke Realty, he was with KMPG, LLP for 16 years and left the firm as a partner.

Pete Harrington

Executive Vice President, Construction

As Executive Vice President of Construction for Duke Realty, Pete is responsible for all of the company’s construction operations including the development of buildings for its own portfolio, facilities for third-party owners and interior finish work primarily on industrial and medical office properties. Pete also serves on the company’s Executive, Operating and Investment committees.

Mark Milnamow

Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer

As Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer, Mark oversees capital markets and corporate research, as well as reporting financial results to the Board of Directors. He also is responsible for property and corporate accounting, operational reporting and financial planning and analysis.

Mark began his career with Duke Realty in 1989 as a Staff Accountant. During his tenure, he has held a number of positions within the company. In 2008, he was promoted to Senior Vice President, Director Property Accounting and, in 2016, was named Chief Accounting Officer.

Samuel O'Briant

Executive Vice President, East Region

As Executive Vice President for Duke Realty, Sam has overall responsibility for the company’s new investment activities and portfolio operations in its East region, which includes Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, North Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. Duke Realty’s East Region portfolio totals more than 49 million square feet of office and industrial space and more than 1,200 acres of land for future development. In addition, he is a member of the company’s Executive, Investment and Operating Committees.

Sam is a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), the Supply Chain Leadership Council of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, and the Board of Trustees for the Kennesaw State University Foundation.

Steven W. Schnur

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

As Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Steve has direct responsibility for all of Duke Realty’s real estate operations across the country. He oversees leasing and management of the company’s existing portfolio and pursues new development opportunities. In addition, he is a member of the company’s Executive, Finance, Operating and Investment Committees.

Steve is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Red Cross Indiana Chapter and is a mentor in Northwestern Athlete’s Mentoring Program. He is also a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) and the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP).

James B. Connor

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

James B. (Jim) Connor is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Duke Realty Corporation. Duke Realty is one of the largest owners, developers and managers of industrial properties in the United States and a NYSE-listed company with a total enterprise value of more than $12 billion. Duke Realty, which specializes in modern, bulk warehouse facilities in the top 22 distribution markets in the United States, has a portfolio in excess of 155 million square feet. Mr. Connor serves as head of the company’s Executive Committee, overseeing the strategic direction of the company and its Investment Committee, with responsibility for approving major capital transactions.

Jim is a member of the Executive Board of Governors for NAREIT, a member of the Real Estate Roundtable and a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR). He is on the Advisory Board of the Marshall Bennett Institute for Advanced Real Estate Studies and serves on the Board of Trustees of Roosevelt University and EPR Properties.

David P. Stockert

Lead Director, Retired CEO, Post Properties

David P. Stockert is a Director of Mid-America Apartment Communities (NYSE: MAA), a Real Estate Investment Trust focused on the acquisition, selective development, redevelopment and management of multifamily apartment homes throughout the Southeast and Southwest regions of the United States. Mr. Stockert previously was Chief Executive Officer, President and Director of Post Properties for 15 years before it was acquired by Mid-America Apartment Communities in 2016.

Mr. Stockert is active in the Atlanta community and serves in leadership roles on the boards of several non-profits and civic organizations.

John P. Case

Retired Chief Executive Officer, President and Director, Realty Income

John P. Case served as Chief Executive Officer of Realty Income (NYSE: O) from 2013 to 2018. Realty Income is an S&P 500 company with a total enterprise value of $25 billion. The company owns more than 5,500 commercial net lease properties across the United States leased primarily to retail tenants. Under Mr. Case’s leadership as CEO, the company’s enterprise value approximately doubled.

Mr. Case has been extensively involved in the broader real estate industry, having served on the Executive Board of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT), The Real Estate Roundtable and as a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). Mr. Case also is currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Washington and Lee University.

Ngaire E. Cuneo

Partner, Red Associates, LLC

Ngaire E. Cuneo has been a Partner of Red Associates, LLC, a venture capital firm in the financial services sector, since 2002. Since July 2016, she has served as an Executive Vice President of Silac, LLC and a Board Member of Sterling Life Insurance Company.

Ms. Cuneo previously served as an Executive Vice President of Forethought Financial Group from 2006 until December 31, 2010, as a Consultant to Conseco, Inc. from March 2001 through December 2001 and was an Executive Vice President of the company from 1992 to 2001. She attended the Executive Development Program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Charles R. Eitel

Former Chief Executive Officer, WS Packaging Group, Inc., and Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Simmons Bedding Company

Charles R. Eitel is the former Chief Executive Officer of WS Packaging Group, Inc., a privately owned producer of printed packaged goods. Mr. Eitel is also Co-Founder of Eitel & Armstrong (now known as North Inlet Partners), a consulting practice that provides hands-on operating and financial guidance to middle-market companies. Prior to forming Eitel & Armstrong in December 2009, Mr. Eitel was Vice Chairman of the Simmons Bedding Company, a manufacturer of mattresses, from 2008–2009 and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2000 until his appointment as Vice Chairman.

Mr. Eitel is the author of Eitel Time: Turnaround Secrets, an uplifting book about achieving successes in life through effective decision making. His most recent book Mapping Your Legacy, A Hook It Up Journey is a guide to creating a vision, keeping it simple and setting the right priorities.

Mr. Eitel was inaugurated into the College of Business Hall of Fame in 1997 and Oklahoma State University Hall of Fame in 2005.

Norman K. Jenkins

President and Chief Executive Officer, Capstone Development

Norman K. Jenkins is President, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner of Capstone Development, LLC, a privately held real estate company focused on the development and acquisition of institutional-quality lodging assets that are affiliated with top-tier national lodging brands. Today Capstone owns 26 hotels, located in 11 states and the District of Columbia, with a value in excess of $1.4 billion.

Prior to founding Capstone, Mr. Jenkins was with Marriott International for 16 years, serving in several leadership positions before being named Senior Vice President of North American Lodging Development. Mr. Jenkins was the architect of Marriott’s industry-leading Diversity Ownership Initiative which was responsible for doubling the number of diverse-owned Marriott hotels over a three-year period to 500 hotels.

Mr. Jenkins currently serves on the Board of the Howard University School of Business and the Suburban Hospital Board of Trustees. He also is a frequent industry conference speaker.

Melanie R. Sabelhaus

Co-Founder, BridgeStreet Worldwide (Formerly Exclusive Interim Properties)

Melanie R. Sabelhaus is a Principal with Jerold Panas, Linzy &amp Partners, a consulting firm that provides philanthropic organizations with fundraising advice. She has more than 30 years of successful small business, corporate, and federal government experience, including founding and serving as chief executive officer of Exclusive Interim Properties from 1986 to 1997, when the company merged with four other companies to form BridgeStreet Worldwide. The company did an IPO and went public on NASDAQ. For 15 years prior to forming her own business, Ms. Sabelhaus served in a variety of sales management positions with the IBM Corporation.

Ms. Sabelhaus’ career also includes serving as Deputy Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) under President George W. Bush. As SBA Deputy Administrator, Ms. Sabelhaus served as second in command in managing an agency with more than 80 offices across the country. She was responsible for policy development and program supervision for the SBA.

Peter M. Scott, III

Retired Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President, Progress Energy, Inc.

Peter M. Scott, III served as Chief Financial Officer of Progress Energy, Inc., a publicly held utility company headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, from 2000 to 2003 and from 2005 to 2008. He also served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Progress Energy Service Company, LLC from 2004 until 2008.

Before joining Progress Energy, Mr. Scott founded and was President of Scott, Madden & Associates, a management consulting firm for 17 years. Since 2001, Mr. Scott has been a member of the RTI International Board of Governors, where he serves as Chairman of the Board.

Chris Sultemeier

Retired Executive Vice President Logistics, Walmart Stores and President/Chief Executive Officer, Wal-Mart Transportation LLC

Chris Sultemeier was Executive Vice President of Logistics for Walmart Stores, Inc. and President/Chief Executive Officer of Wal-Mart Transportation LLC before retiring in May 2017. During his 28-year career with Walmart, Mr. Sultemeier held various roles in logistics and merchandising. Among his most noteworthy initiatives were improving service to retail stores and warehouses while reducing costs; doubling fleet efficiency within a ten-year span; and establishing a two-day ground ecommerce network in the United States over a two-year period. He also led Walmart’s efforts in employing former members of the military, hiring more than 250,000 veterans in five years.

Mr. Sultemeier serves on the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation Board.

Michael E. Szymanczyk

Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Altria Group

Mr. Szymanczyk served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Altria Group, Inc. from March 2008 to May 2012 at which time he retired from the company. From August 2002 through July 2008, he served as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Philip Morris USA Inc.

He has served on the boards of the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Engineering Foundation, the United Negro College Fund and the Richmond Performing Arts Center. He also served on the Board of Trustees of the University of Richmond and the Dean’s Advisory Council for the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. Mr. Szymanczyk is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Dominion Resources Inc. where he serves on the Finance and Risk Oversight Committee and Audit Committee.

Warren M. Thompson

President and Chairman, Thompson Hospitality

Warren Thompson is Chairman of the Board and President of Thompson Hospitality, one of the
largest retail food and facilities management firms in the United States. He founded the company in 1992 with the purchase of 31 Bob’s Big Boys restaurants and, in 1997, expanded into the contract food and facilities management arena through a partnership with Compass Group. Today Thompson Hospitality operates around the globe, serving Fortune 100 companies, universities, major medical centers and urban school districts. The company owns more than 20 restaurants in the Washington DC metro area and New York City.

Mr. Thompson serves on the Board of Directors of Compass Group North America and Federal Realty Investment Trust. He is a former Trustee of the Darden School Foundation and, in 2018, established the Warren M. Thompson Scholarship to help attract students who value diversity to the school.

Lynn C. Thurber

Former Chairman (Non-Executive), LaSalle Investment Management

Lynn C. Thurber served as non-Executive Chairman of LaSalle Investment Management, a global real estate money management firm investing in private and publicly traded real estate on behalf of institutional and individual investors and a subsidiary of Jones Lang LaSalle Inc., from 2006-2017. She chairs the Jones Lang LaSalle Committee for the firm’s co-investment activity. In addition, Ms. Thurber is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Jones Lang LaSalle Income Property Trust, Inc., a non-listed REIT that owns and manages a diversified portfolio of office, retail, industrial and apartment properties.

Ms. Thurber is a Trustee of Acadia Realty Trust, Trustee and past Chair of the Board of ULI (Urban Land Institute) and a member of The Chicago Network and the Wellesley College Business Leadership Council.