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Mr. Leineweber is a Managing Director of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Public Institutions group in Washington, DC.  He serves as the Air Force Client Relationship Manager responsible for their Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) and Enhanced Use Leasing (EUL) programs, while overseeing a team of 25 dedicated professionals.  He is a member of the senior leadership team within the Public Institutions group, designing and implementing client service delivery strategies.

Mr. Leineweber has broad experience working with public sector clients including the Departments of Air Force, Army, Defense, Veterans Administration and the General Services Administration. 
He has worked with numerous State public pension clients.  His experience includes activities involving public-private partnerships, development underwriting, transaction financing, asset acquisition and disposition, corporate real estate strategy development and execution of portfolio management programs.

Currently, he oversees the Privatization Real Estate Support Services (PRESS) contract for two MHPI projects at six Air Force installations and the Portfolio Management Services contract for 28 MHPI projects at 42 Air Force installations. 
In addition, he oversees the PRESS contract for seven active Air Force EUL privatization projects and oversees a separate contract with the Air Force for programmatic and portfolio and asset management services for its EUL program. 

Mr. Leineweber served in a variety of capacities during his 16 years with the firm, primarily in developing, recommending and implementing portfolio strategies on behalf of public pension fund investors. 
He completed investment sales totaling more than $424 million and was involved in numerous development and capital projects with multiple asset classes. 
He joined Jones Lang LaSalle in 1994 when his prior firm, Alex, Brown Kleinwort Benson where he served as a Portfolio Manager, was purchased.  He also worked in both public accounting and banking.

Education and affiliations
Mr. Leineweber obtained an M.B.A. from Loyola’s Sellinger Graduate School of Management.  He earned a B.S. in accounting from Loyola College in Maryland and is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Maryland. 
He is a member of the Urban Land Institute, a Representative to the Association of Defense Communities and is a member of the Professional Housing Management Association and Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants.