After 13 years in a behind-the-scenes leadership role at Country Bank, Mary McGovern is preparing to step into the limelight as the bank’s new president and future CEO.
Jeff Speck has spent decades advocating for the benefits of dense and walkable environments. As cities confront the future of urban spaces in the post-pandemic era, he’s teaming up with transit advocate Chris Dempsey.
As a former bakery owner and chamber of commerce leader, Julie Copoulos has first-hand experience with the hurdles that entrepreneurs face in Massachusetts’ Gateway Cities that she applies as Pittsfield’s new transformative development fellow.
North Easton Savings Bank is looking to diversify its lending business by building out its roster of small business and nonprofit clients. It’s charged Chief Lending Officer Ralph Letner with making that happen.
For real estate developers pursuing projects in Boston, the road to approval often leads through McDermott, Quilty, Miller & Hanley partner Joseph Hanley’s State Street offices.
Robert Delhome Founder and president, Charter Development Age: 55 Industry experience: 31 years Boston-based Charter Development looks for opportunities at long-neglected properties in Massachusetts’ Gateway Cities and prepares them for second acts including housing...
Richard “Dick” Kelly has been in banking for 40 years, and is putting that experience to the test as he steps into his latest role at MountainOne Bank – at a time when lenders everywhere are keeping a watchful eye on their commercial borrowers.
The 2008 global financial crisis might not have been a popular time to launch a real estate career, but the new Massachusetts Association of Realtors President Wallick turned it into a springboard for 15 years of success.
Housing production in Boston relies heavily on builders like Diarmaid McGregor who specialize in finding overlooked sites through word-of-mouth and pushing them through permitting and construction.
Deniz Johnson shifted from healthcare technology to financial tech 24 years ago, and has been solving complex problems in the highly regulated industry ever since. She’s now the COO at Stratyfy an artificial intelligence company helping a high-profile effort to root out racial bias in loan underwriting.
Dariela Villón-Maga has first-hand experience in the role that affordable housing can play in neighborhood stability. Now, Villon-Maga’s DMV Housing Partners is creating new affordable home ownership opportunities in Boston
For 30 years, Anne Tangen had served wealth management clients at Fidelity and running a State Street Bank business unit that generated $90 million per year, until she found herself drawn to community banking.
Eight years of hands-on experience in the life science world was the foundation of Jane Kepros’ career switch, where she now plays a role in shaping the next generation of research facilities.
As the East Cambridge Savings Bank’s new chief executive, Bombard is setting his sights on deploying more digital solutions to the $1.6 billion-asset lender’s product offerings.
Under the direction of Clement Fourny, SmartLabs has begun transforming the top floor of former retail space at the CambridgeSide property into a new life science research center for a broad spectrum of startups.
Known primarily for its vast multifamily portfolio, developer Greystar is in the hunt for good sites in Massachusetts to provide expansion for industrial real estate tenants. Chris Legocki oversees the effort.
At the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, Juana Matias is on a mission to make sure knowledge about how to leverage federal affordable housing funds to build a career in housing development knows no color line.
This year’s 30-year anniversary of Harvard-based Maugel DeStefano Architects’ founding is accompanied by a transition in leadership. Founder Brent Maugel is handing off control to 22-year veteran Jonathan Cocker and two other principals.
After stints in architecture and construction and roles with developers including Trinity Financial, Matt Zahler struck out on his own with MPZ Development, specializing in mixed-income housing projects.
Turbulent financial markets have whipsawed the commercial real estate industry, but from where Cappy Daume sits at The Davis Cos., evaluating potential acquisitions, there’s a lot of opportunity to take advantage of the situation.