Roy Mann

Job Title: Principal & Managing Director
Company: Roy Street Group
Industry: Commercial Real Estate/Development Consulting
Mentor Since: Fall 2016
Will Mentor: Graduate Students, Bridge MBA Students
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Job Description

Commercial real estate advisor focused on generational family owned businesses who wish to preserve their piece of the community fabric as our region goes through another wave of change. Oversee site selection, request for proposal (RFP), project team development, and other aspects of program execution.  Bring together diverse groups of people, connecting clients with civic leaders, property owners / developers, community advocates, and business leaders.

Company Description

Roy Street Group (RSG) advises generational family owned businesses in Seattle with their real estate holdings and specializes in Strategic Portfolio Analysis, Development Consulting, Transaction Advisory, and Legacy Planning. RSG deals with sensitive family and trust issues using empathy, flexibility, and strategic action. Current clients include the Dunn Lumber Company, CD Stimson Company, and Fisheries Supply which is owned by the Sutter family.

Employment History

Roy Street Group, Founder and Managing Director, 2013-presentCBRE/Microsoft, Transaction Manager, Latin America, 2012-2013CBRE, Broker and Nonprofit Practice Group Founder, 2000-2011

Education

-CCIM Institute - Certified Commercial Investment Management
-Graduate Studies, Cultural Anthropology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
-MDiv, Theological Union at University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, cum laude
-MPhil, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA, cum laude, licentiate
-BA, Social Work, Catholic University of America, Washington DC, cum laude
-Engineering Studies, Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (3 years)

Mentoring Objectives & Scope

Students can expect someone who is genuinely interested in people and in their growth, career and otherwise. What I bring is a broad panorama of perspectives and good connections; hopefully both with be beneficial to mentees.

When and where do you hold meetings with your students?

Seattle University or nearby coffee shops works fine

Additional Information

9 year member of Northwest Jesuits. Now married with 2 teen children.