Tait: “I look forward to spending increased time on strategy, significant relationships, and major transactions.”
ROCHESTER,NY—Broadstone Real Estate has made numerous organizational changes and promotions of key personnel, effective immediately. Co-founder Amy L. Tait, formerly chairman and CEO of BRE and the firm’s two REITs— Broadstone Net Lease and Broadtree Residential (BTR)—has become executive chairman and CIO of BRE, BNL & BTR. Christopher J. Czarnecki has been promoted to CEO of BRE, BNL & BTR. Previously, Czarnecki served as president and CFO of BRE & BNL and EVP and CFO of BTR.
In addition, as Broadstone continues to position BNL and BTR for profitable growth, the company announced the following management and staff promotions: Ryan Albano has been promoted to EVP & CFO, BRE, BNL & BTR; Sean Cutt to president & COO, BNL & BRE commercial division; Kristen Duckles, president & COO, BTR & BRE residential division; John Moragne, EVP, general counsel & chief compliance officer, BRE, BNL & BTR; Tim Holland, EVP & chief administrative officer, BRE, BNL & BTR; David Kasprzak, EVP & chief business development officer, BRE, BNL & BTR;
Christopher Brodhead has been promoted to SVP, investor relations, BRE, BNL & BTR; Steve Haupt, SVP, portfolio management, BNL & BRE commercial division; Danner Hickman, VP, research, BRE; Rod Pickney, VP, acquisitions, BNL & BRE commercial division; John Maguire, director, portfolio management, BRE commercial division and Chris Macikowski, senior credit analyst, BRE commercial division.
“In the time since founding Broadstone more than a decade ago, we have expanded our organization to include more than 80 smart and ambitious professionals working in five states who oversee more than $2 billion in properties located in 37 states, and serve over 2,000 high and ultra-high net worth investors from all over the US as well as other countries,” says Tait.
“I am excited to announce that Chris Czarnecki will assume the role of CEO of BRE and our investment offerings, a position he has earned and for which he has been groomed,” she continues. “Chris has been with us now for nearly eight years, and I credit him with being the stable force behind much of our growth and success. I feel invigorated by the changes and promotions announced today, and look forward to spending increased time on strategy, significant relationships, and major transactions in my revised role.”
Adds Czarnecki, “I am proud of Broadstone’s culture of entrepreneurship, which is supported by a commitment to analytical discipline, and look forward to continuing to work with Amy and our growing team on our strategic initiatives and furthering the growth of our investment offerings.”