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Business Casual Breakfast Series: The State of Real Estate

March 9, 2023 @ 7:15 am - 9:00 am

business casual breakfast series - jewish atlanta

Breakfast and networking from 7:15 to 8:00 am with the program running from 8:00 to 9:00 am.

Taking a look at Residential, Commercial, Multi-Family and Retail Real Estate in Atlanta

Learn why Jewish Atlanta has a strong history of leadership in commercial and residential real estate. In partnership with Women’s Philanthropy and Jewish Commercial Real Estate Network (J-CREN), Business and Professionals invites you to hear from leaders, developers, and visionaries on the latest news and trends in Atlanta real estate.

Join us for this in-person event.

Dietary Laws Observed.

Panelists include:


Greg Eisenman

Senior Director, Retail Tenant Services at Franklin Street Real Estate

Mr. Eisenman is a Senior Director at Franklin Street Real Estate, focusing on Retail Tenant Representation. In this role, he has over a decade's worth of advising his clients, which consist of retailers, restaurateurs, hospitality groups and other occupiers of consumer-facing real estate, on the development and execution of their real estate growth and optimization strategies.

Mr. Eisenman leads a team of professionals who provide their services to clients ranging from publicly traded retailers and Fortune 500 players to local entrepreneurs, helping each to develop and implement their strategies and to secure the best real estate while maximizing economic value. The team strives to meet and exceed their clients’ real estate needs and expectations through extensive market knowledge accumulated through experience, research and detailed statistical analysis of consumer and retail performance data.

More importantly, in addition to his job as one of Atlanta’s top commercial real estate brokers, Mr. Eisenman, and his wife Amy, are the proud parents of two young daughters (5 and 6).

Active in the retail industry, Mr. Eisenman is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and a co-founder of the Young Atlanta Retail Alliance. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees and chairs the Real Estate Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. Mr. Eisenman also enjoys opportunities to give his time and talents to various community organizations, including past work with the Atlanta Community Food Bank, The Mary Hall Freedom House, and Jewish Family and Career Services. He received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Georgia.

Lisa Hurd

Chief Investment Officer at RADCO

Lisa R. Hurd leads with an entrepreneurial spirit and institutional focus in her approach to commercial real estate investment and finance. As Chief Investment Officer for RADCO, Lisa oversees all investment activities at the company including Acquisitions, Joint Venture Equity Placements, Capital Markets, Asset Management, and Dispositions. Lisa and her team analyze markets, asset classes, and trends to acquire and invest in opportunistic real estate, structure and raise private equity capital and accretive debt, manage investment performance, debt, and investor relations for all assets under management, and oversee dispositions activity within RADCO’s diverse real estate portfolio.

Lisa works with several organizations focused on female empowerment and social equity. In 2016, Lisa co-founded Real Estate Network Empowering Women, Inc (RENEW), an initiative to inspire, empower, and advance women in commercial real estate finance - an industry where women are woefully under- represented. She is a board member and serves as Chairwoman of Resource Development for Cool Girls, Inc, a non-profit organization serving Atlanta girls in at-risk situations to provide opportunity, exposure, and support to break the cycle of generational poverty. Lisa is an active board member of Open Doors, an initiative led by the Atlanta real estate community with a mission to eradicate homelessness. She sits on the board of The RADCO Companies and serves as Treasurer of The Radow Family Charitable Foundation. She was featured as a Woman to Watch in commercial real estate finance by Globe Street’s Real Estate Forum.

Mindy Selig

Senior Vice President, Leasing at Selig Enterprise

Mindy Selig Shoulberg is Senior Vice President, Leasing at Selig Enterprises and has been with the company since 1997. She is currently responsible for helping lease Selig’s 4,000,000 square foot retail portfolio.

Mindy has been involved in the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Atlanta Rotary and Commercial Real Estate Women of Atlanta (CREW). Mindy was named Atlanta Magazine’s Women of Influence in 2022. Prior to working at Selig, Mindy was employed at Cushman & Wakefield and Branch / Regency in a Retail Leasing capacity.
Mindy is actively involved in many aspects of the community and most recently serves on the Board of The American Jewish Committee and Camp Sunshine.
Mindy earned a Bachelor of Arts from Tulane University.

Tonia Sellers

Managing Partner, Weissman PC

Tonia Sellers serves as Weissman PC’s managing partner. She oversees the daily operations of the real estate and litigation law firm including financial management, professional development and a dedication to exceptional client service. Tonia also manages the firm’s relationships with its largest institutional clients and serves as general counsel to several real estate brokerages. Her participation at the executive level in brokerage leadership gives her unique insight into operations and market knowledge that translates to informed and strategic business decisions, keeping Weissman and its clients ahead of the industry curve.

Tonia embraces new technology and methodologies to power the growth and development of the firm, keep the firm’s clients more secure, and streamline practices. At Weissman she has initiated and guided the creation of proprietary software for several of the firm’s practice areas which have transformed the end-user experience.

She is an active member of the greater Atlanta legal, real estate and civic community. Throughout her career, Tonia has been a leader in various non-profit organizations serving on numerous Boards of Trustees in several disciplines. It is here that she honed her leadership skills and developed an appreciation of the importance of employing consultants from different industries to help discover and bolster a team’s individual strengths for the benefit of the whole. Tonia was an early adapter to applying the same skills to her law firm through practice-wide training and development that continues to evolve. In 2020, SoftPro, the national industry leader in providing real estate closing and title insurance software solutions, named Tonia a Trendsetter, as a professional in the title insurance industry who has made a significant impact and emerged as a leader, demonstrating their passion for the industry in everything they do professionally.

In addition to leadership, she brings extensive business acumen and experience in both commercial and residential real estate law to the firm. An accomplished and well-respected attorney, Tonia’s real estate practice includes work with real estate brokerage companies, lenders, builders, and developers.

Tonia had been a featured speaker on numerous business and real estate issues throughout her career and is a member of several real estate-related industry organizations. She currently sits on the board of the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA).

A member of several local Boards of REALTORS® and related organizations, Tonia is an active participant in the North Georgia real estate community.

Alan Shaw

Senior Vice President and Senior Landlord Advisor, The Shopping Center Group

As Senior Vice President and Senior Landlord Advisor, Alan is responsible for leading and managing all leasing, administrative, research, and GIS resources assigned to each leasing engagement under his direction. Alan and his team collaborate to create each project’s vision, customizing each leasing strategy and executing each game plan with efficiency and effectiveness. Alan successfully represents institutional and private owners and developers across an assortment of retail properties including single-tenant buildings, unanchored strip centers, power centers, mixed-use projects, and land dispositions. Alan’s depth of experience includes long-standing industry relationships and deal-making experience working with national, regional, and local retailers and restaurateurs along with alternative uses. Alan was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia and joined TSCG in 2003. A graduate of The University of South Florida, Alan served as co-chairman on the Chainlinks Landlord Council for 4 years and has served many years as a committee member for ICSC. Alan is consistently selected annually as a “Power Broker” for the value he creates on behalf of his clients. Alan is married and has 2 children.

Business & Professionals Event Co-Chairs:
Greg Eisenman | Ryan Halpern | Gary Marx | Jeffrey Marx | Daniel Weingarten

Business & Professionals Division Chairs:
Gary Marx, Chair
Peter Savitz, Vice Chair

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March 9, 2023
7:15 am - 9:00 am
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Greenberg Traurig
3333 Piedmont Rd NE #2500
Atlanta, 30305
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