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Amanda J. Madrid, RPA, FMA
Andre D. Kearns RPA|HP
Angie and Leo Wells Foundation
Apartment & Office Building Association
Barry and Scarlett Sutlive
Bill & Sandy Stogner
Chris Brown, RPA
Dena Rodrigues, CPM
Foundation Support Works of Georgia
Full Circle Restoration and Construction
Gabriel Eckert, FASAE, CAE
Gemini Rosemont Property Management
Holly H. Hughes
Jim and Mary Nicholson
Jim Peck, BOMA Fellow, RPA, FMA
Jimmy and Olivia Gunn
Judi Sponsel, RPA
Julie Motsinger, RPA
Karen Everett, LEED GA
Kinsey Hinkson, RPA
Liberty Property Trust
Mark Dukes, RPA, CCIM
Mazzei Realty Services, Inc.
Mike and Jan Callahan
Rob Brierley, BOMA Fellow
Roof Partners LLC
SERVPRO of Decatur
Stan and Sharon Gibson
Susan Engstrom, BOMA Fellow, RPA FMA
Help us create the
John Oliver Education and Research Fund
Fundraising Goal: $50,000
Deadline: July 15, 2016
Make your tax-deductible donation today!
To recognize the achievements and impactful career of John Oliver, the BOMA Georgia Foundation has established an endowment fund in his honor. This fund is a lasting legacy helping fund real estate education through Foundation scholarships and research for decades to come.
Since 2014, the Foundation has awarded over 150 scholarships, conducted 2 research studies, and released 1 white paper.
“The Foundation is transforming the lives of real estate professionals by providing educational scholarships and research tools to advance their careers and add value to the property they manage and operate,” says Gabriel Eckert, CAE, BOMA Georgia executive director. “The new John Oliver endowment fund is critical to ensuring we have the resources needed to continue making an even greater impact for generations to come.”
About John Oliver
John is the managing principal for Oliver & Company. In this role, he works with both Fortune 500 companies and real estate owners to provide strategic solutions for their real estate needs, including real estate sales, lease restructuring and other corporate real estate services. Recently, he joined the Board of F.O.G., a Chinese capital and asset management firm headquartered in Shanghai. F.O.G’s goals are to raise capital for investment outside of China and to perform asset management services both in China and abroad.
Before forming Oliver & Company, he was managing director for Wells Real Estate Funds where he was responsible for developing national business opportunities related to the firm’s $12 billion office and industrial portfolio. Prior to joining Wells Real Estate Funds in 2000, John served as vice president in asset services with CB Richard Ellis, where he was responsible for both property management and facility management. John was previously vice president of property management for Grubb & Ellis for their Southeast region and served on the firm’s Executive Property Management Council.
Within BOMA, John has held elected leadership positions since 1988, including serving as president of BOMA-Atlanta, now BOMA Georgia, as well as chair and chief elected officer of BOMA International. He also played an active role at the regional and international levels, including serving as the chair of BOMA International’s National Advisory Council for three terms. John was honored in 2009 with BOMA Georgia’s top honor, the Huey Award, and with the Southern Region Member of the Year award. John is also a BOMA Fellow.
“John’s career has been one of continuous learning and relationship building as he has mentored and counseled countless people as they pursued successful careers in real estate. BOMA has been blessed that his base of operations as a leader has always been with us and this fund will extend the work he has inspired us to achieve together.”
-Henry Chamberlain, APR, FASAE, CAE
President and COO, BOMA International
About the Fund
The John Oliver Education and Research Fund is a permanent endowment that recognizes the professional contributions John Oliver has made in his real estate industry career. Funds are used to provide scholarships and conduct real estate research.
You can donate as a company and/or individual by selecting from the appropriate donation button to the left below John's picture and add your name to the growing list of donors to this fund!
The Building Owners and Managers Association of Georgia Foundation is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and contributions are deductible as charitable contributions under the law.