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Washington, DC

Former Washington Post Executive Margaret Cromelin Joins Jones Lang LaSalle as Vice President of Marketing


WASHINGTON, August 31, 2009 – Jones Lang LaSalle announced today that Margaret M. Cromelin has joined the firm as Vice President, Marketing for the Mid-Atlantic region.  In this position, Cromelin will lead development and execution of all marketing strategy.
 
“Margaret brings rich strategic marketing expertise to her new position and we are fortunate to have someone of her caliber on our team,” noted Dave McGarry, Mid-Atlantic Market Director, Jones Lang LaSalle.  “We manage and lease more that 24 million square feet of space in this region and will benefit greatly from Margaret’s talent and experience.”
 
Cromelin joins Jones Lang LaSalle after 10 years at The Washington Post where she served as Vice President of Marketing.  At The Post, Cromelin provided marketing strategy and tactical expertise to grow readership and circulation as well as drive advertising revenue. Prior to her work at The Post, Cromelin was Vice President of Marketing and Community Affairs at Mellon Bank, National Capital Area and Marketing Director at Chevy Chase Bank.
 
Cromelin is also a volunteer Marketing Consultant at the Newseum in Washington and Habitat for Humanity in Montgomery County. She has been a Board member on the Marketing Development and Promotions Council at the Newspaper Association of America, on the Steering Committee of Adweek DC and on the Steering Committee of the Marketing Communications Council of the Greater Washington Board of Trade.
 
Cromelin received a Bachelor of Arts from University of Virginia.
 
Cromelin replaces Troy Teeboom who moved to Jones Lang LaSalle’s New Jersey office where he will direct marketing for that region as well as work with the firm’s national Investor Services group. 
 
Jones Lang LaSalle Mid-Atlantic Region
 
In the Mid-Atlantic region Jones Lang LaSalle has teams with the insight and experience to manage local needs, plus the global reach to assist when those needs expand.  From the urban center of Washington, DC to the suburbs of Maryland and Northern Virginia, and the outer reaches of Baltimore and Hampton Roads—Jones Lang LaSalle has 750 employees and manages more than 24 million square feet.