Mohr Partners, Inc. Hires Bridget Williams as Director of Portfolio Transaction Services and General Counsel

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Mohr Partners, Inc. (MPI), a global corporate real estate advisory firm, today announced that Bridget Williams joined the company as Director of Portfolio Transaction Services and General Counsel in its Dallas headquarters office.

Mohr Partners, Inc. (MPI), a global corporate real estate advisory firm, today announced that Bridget Williams joined the company as Director of Portfolio Transaction Services and General Counsel in its Dallas headquarters office. Her focus will be oversight of the transaction management team.

Before joining MPI, Ms. Williams served as Senior Counsel for Hartman, Simons and Wood, LLP. While there, Ms. Williams drafted and negotiated commercial real estate documents. In addition, Ms. Williams represented developers in the acquisition, development, and leasing of retail and mixed-use projects.

“We are looking forward to Bridget joining us at MPI. Her legal, corporate, civic, and commercial real estate experience presents a rare skill set that is ideally suited to the evolution of our business as we advance our core service lines,” said Robert Shibuya, MPI Chairman, and CEO.

Derith Jarvis, Managing Partner, Global Corporate Services said, “Bridget is a key hire with diverse experience that is the ideal complement to our expanding Global Corporate Services team.”

Ms. Williams began her career in 1999, as an Associate for King Hershey, P.C. where she represented developers through each step of the real estate development process. She also worked for Sizewise, LLC as general counsel where she provided consultation to the corporate officers and executive team. Following, Ms. Williams served as the Assistant City Counselor for the City of Independence, Missouri. Ms. Williams also gained critical experience working for the Missouri Secretary of State’s Office as Director of Corporations Division and Counsel for Business Services Division.

Later, Ms. Williams worked as a Real Estate Attorney and Leasing Manager for Hallmark, Inc. Ms. Williams drafted and negotiated retail leases for the company’s portfolio containing an estimated 2,000 corporate and licensee retail stores.

Ms. Williams is a graduate of Northwestern University with a B.A. in Political Science and International Studies. Additionally, she is a graduate of the University of Missouri in Juris Doctor and Masters of Business Administration.

ABOUT MPI:
Mohr Partners, Inc. is a global corporate real estate firm, providing corporate tenants and occupiers with portfolio services including strategic planning, portfolio management and lease administration, research and site selection, incentive practice, project and construction management, and comprehensive demographics analysis. Since 1986, MPI has been managing real estate portfolios for organizations. The company has 19 offices in North America and seamlessly provides corporate real estate services globally through its strategic alliance partners. For more information on MPI, please visit http://www.mohrpartners.com.

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