“Dennis’ background and expertise will complement the experience and skills of our senior management team and other Board Members as we work to implement the strategic plan for EHS.” - Jeffrey H. Lynford, President and CEO of EHS
Brooklyn, New York (PRWEB) February 03, 2015
Educational Housing Services, Inc. (EHS) has announced the election of new Board Member Dennis R. Irvin, effective immediately. Mr. Irvin’s appointment expands the EHS Board to seven. Other Members include The Honorable Jerry Hultin, Samara Barend, William Cockrum III, John Randolph II, Donald D. Sheets, and Dale Anne Reiss.
Mr. Irvin has an extensive 30-year background in commercial real estate finance, investment banking and investment management. Over the course of his career, Mr. Irvin has been responsible for over $20 billion in transaction structuring and corporate advisory engagements globally and has overseen the structuring and placement of over $5 billion in real estate debt. Since 2007, Mr. Irvin has served as the President and CEO of the Rockefeller Group Investment Management Corporation, the global real estate investment management subsidiary of Rockefeller Group International, Inc. Prior to joining The Rockefeller Group, Mr. Irvin founded and headed the Commercial Real Estate Group with CIT Group. In addition, Mr. Irvin has served in senior advisory positions with Cushman & Wakefield, JP Morgan Chase, and LaSalle Partners (now Jones Lang LaSalle).
Mr. Irvin received a BA in Economics and Public Policy from the University of Chicago.
“We are pleased to welcome Mr. Irvin as our seventh board member,” commented Jeffrey H. Lynford, President and CEO of EHS. “Dennis’ background and expertise will complement the experience and skills of our senior management team and other Board Members as we work to implement the strategic plan for EHS.”
About Educational Housing Services
Educational Housing Services, Inc. is a leading not-for-profit organization that provides safe and affordable dormitory housing in New York City for college students and interns since 1987. The organization works with academic institutions, corporations and individual students to provide housing for more than 10,000 students and interns annually. EHS operates residences in both Manhattan and Brooklyn, each of which offers fully furnished and amenity-rich accommodations that include 24-hour security, a live-in residential staff, laundry rooms, fitness facilities, and an active student life program. For details visit http://www.studenthousing.org.