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Current responsibilitiesKeith Knox is an International Director and the Americas lead for JLL’s Integrated Portfolio Services (IPS) group. In this role, he is responsible for management and oversight of JLL’s Transaction Management, Lease Administration, Consulting, Occupancy Planning and Business Intelligence capabilities across the Americas. Keith is also a member of the Executive Committee for JLL’s national Brokerage group and leadership team for operations in the greater Midwest region.
ExperiencePreviously, Keith led the firm’s Transaction Management platform in the Americas and was responsible for management, service delivery and business development for the firm’s corporate clients that require transaction execution and account management services.
Keith joined JLL’s Tenant Representation Group in 1995, where he provided account management, strategic portfolio planning, site selection consulting and brokerage for a number of key clients. In 2000, he became a Tenant Representation Team Leader in Chicago, where he led a team of 35 transaction and account management professionals. In 2005, he was named an Account Director in the Corporate Solutions business where he assisted with the management and operation of the Transaction Management practice within Corporate Solutions. He later broadened his role to include responsibility for Marketing and Communications, Product Management, Peer Review, and innovation programs for the firm’s corporate business. In 2009, he became part of the executive leadership team for JLL’s Markets Corporate Solutions business, where he led efforts to assist small and middle-market companies realize the value of JLL’s broad services platform.
Prior to joining JLL, Keith held various sales, marketing and client management positions with IBM Corporation over an eight-year period.
Education and affiliationsKeith holds an M.B.A. from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and a bachelor of science in biomedical engineering from Marquette University.