NAI Hunneman announces new, strategic leadership

David Slye

David Slye, President and CEO

Steve Prozinski

Steve Prozinski, COO

Today we’re excited to announce a new leadership team at NAI Hunneman, naming David Slye as President and CEO and Stephen Prozinski as COO. David joins NAI Hunneman from Jones Lang LaSalle, where he most recently served as the Executive Managing Director for the New England Region and Steve was previously a principal at Avison Young. With more than 50 years of industry experience combined, David and Steve will lead Hunneman as the last locally-owned independent CRE firm with NAI Global’s network and affiliation.

Steve’s role as COO will allow Mike DiGiano, Executive Vice President, to concentrate more on what he really loves – large-scale brokerage deals and site selection for national and global enterprises.

Too often in real estate the focus is on shareholders rather than customers, especially at larger firms. While NAI Hunneman has more than 6 million square-feet under management – bigger than most realize – our size allows us to create personalized experiences for each customer and serve clients across Greater New England and beyond.

Under David and Steve we will redouble our offering of personalized experience for every client. At Hunneman we don’t rely on a “cookie cutter” approach. Unlike larger firms that follow a specific formula for a specific issue, we put the best minds on a problem to work to solve it, and this doesn’t necessarily have to be a partner. We recruit brokers to be a part of this process as well, and they know that a career at Hunneman will be a long and meaningful one.

And p.s., we’re hiring

http://www.naihunneman.com/news/news-item-view/coid/17193/item/1044767

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