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Current Responsibilities

Ms. Brady is Vice President with Jones Lang LaSalle's Project and Development Services group located in Orlando, FL where she brings over twenty six years of diverse project and real estate management experience including corporate office, higher education, government, industrial, historic preservation and retail projects. Ms. Brady's excellent analytic and critical thinking skills, in combination with her passion to deliver strategic operational results and cost efficiencies provides Jones Lang LaSalle's clients with a valuable and effective partnership.

Ms. Brady is responsible for Jones Lang LaSalle's Project Development Services business for the state of Florida. One of her most recent major projects was managing the 225,000 SF build-to-suit Financial Services Center for Verizon in Lake Mary, FL.

Experience

Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, Ms. Brady held the role of Senior Director of Corporate Real Estate at Convergys Corporation where she oversaw the delivery of real estate services for a global portfolio of 6M SF of space and the management of annual capital and operating budgets in excess of $200M. Her seventeen year tenure with the company included numerous achievements including an estimated $2M is operating expense savings and improvements in operational efficiencies. She also completed a four year international assignment working in the EMEA region.

Ms. Brady's resume also includes commercial interior design with a specialization in space optimization, planning and design as well as project and construction management during which she held a State of Florida Board of Architecture and Interior Design license. During her focus on interior design, Ms. Brady worked on the University of Central Florida (UCF) campus facilities including the new construction of the Student Union, CREOL Building and Barbara Ying Center.

Education and Affiliations

Ms. Brady holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from the University of Phoenix.