Alexa Jennings

Alexa Jennings

Senior Vice President, Brokerage

Alexa Jennings is a Senior Vice President based in JLL’s headquarters in Chicago. Alexa specializes in tenant representation on both a local and global level. She serves as the single point of contact for 7+ global real estate portfolios. Alexa’s expertise includes both office and industrial projects. Locally, Alexa has worked with a number of corporate firms to find creative solutions to meet her clients’ unique needs. She has completed over 350 transactions internationally. Her responsibilities include: global market analysis, lease and sale negotiations, client portfolio optimization, as well as all disposition and acquisition activity.

Starting her career in Pittsburgh, Alexa has been with JLL for 9 years. Alexa previously led Pittsburgh's research and marketing group. She primarily focused on tracking market information to develop new reporting tools. Alexa also led multiple successful business development campaigns. In 2013, Alexa joined a team led by Nick Jacobs (MD) focused on global portfolio management. The team grew its client portfolio from 2 to 12 accounts. In 2016, Alexa was promoted to Vice President, the youngest in the Great Lakes region. In early 2017, Alexa relocated to Chicago to partner with Molly Carroll (EVP). Prior to joining JLL, Alexa worked for Millcraft Investments, a prominent real estate developer in Pittsburgh where she supported their residential division.

Alexa has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and Marketing from the University of Pittsburgh,graduating Magna Cum Laude. Alexa was selected to participate in many JLL led programs supporting continued career growth & development including: JLL’s Academy (2013-2019), JLL’s Women’s Summit (2016), and JLL’s Mentor Protégé Program (2015).

Alexa is a licensed real estate salesperson in Pennsylvania and a Broker in Illinois. Alexa is a co-organizer of the Chicago Founders Association, focused oncompanyFounders in Chicago. While in Pittsburgh, Alexa was an active board member of EconomicsPA, and a member of the New Leadership Board of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.