Vice President, Maintenance Operations
Doug Elmore joined the Gene B. Glick Company in 2008 and has overall strategic and operational responsibility for our maintenance operations. He previously held a position in our Engineering and Construction Department planning and overseeing new development projects for the company. Prior to joining Glick, Elmore worked as a design engineer in private consulting firms and was an executive with several real estate developers before forming his own construction business. To date he has successfully developed and managed well over 2,000 residential home sites, in addition to commercial and retail projects. He has a degree in civil engineering from Purdue University and is a licensed pilot.
Brian K. Poore
Vice President, Real Estate Tax Consultants, Inc.
In 1994, Brian Poore joined Glick and Real Estate Tax Consultants, an affiliated company. He received a Bachelor of Science degree with a finance major from Ball State University in 1979 and holds an Indiana certified general appraiser’s license, an Indiana broker’s license, a Level II certified Indiana assessor-appraiser license and is an Indiana certified tax representative. His primary responsibilities include review and reduction of assessments and property taxes for Glick-owned communities as well as those owned by other Indiana companies. He also conducts internal valuations and rent comparability studies to help maximize value and evaluate potential acquisitions and development opportunities.
Lisa Rees joined the Gene B. Glick Company in 1993 and has been a member of the HR team since 1996. She has overall strategic and operational responsibility for the functional areas of the human resources department. She studied accounting at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and has earned her senior professional human resources certification.
Vice President, General Counsel
Adam Richter joined the company after several years of large-firm private practice where he routinely represented high profile real estate developers, investors and institutional clients in a wide range of commercial real estate related issues. Prior to becoming an attorney, Adam developed his own successful portfolio of investment property, and he continues to be an active real estate investor.
Today, Adam serves as the company’s chief legal officer and focuses his energy on traditional commercial real estate transactional work, risk management, corporate law, governance and partnering with the company’s many talented outside legal counsel.
In addition to his corporate duties, Adam is a Director and Secretary of Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc., a Director and Chairman of the Real Estate Committee of the Visiting Nurse Service Foundation, Inc., an active member of the Indiana Affordable Housing Council, and a mentor for the Urban Land Institute (Indiana Chapter). He is also a graduate of the United Way of Central Indiana Leadership United Generation Now Series.
He received his Bachelor of Science in Business from Indiana University Kelley School of Business and his J.D. from Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, both with honors.
Vice President, Accounting and Financial Operations
Stacey Sunderman joined the company in 2012 as Vice President of Accounting and Financial Operations. Sunderman was previously a Director with Katz, Sapper and Miller, LLP where she had been employed for 13 years. She graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. Sunderman is a certified public accountant and a member of the Indiana Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Sarah Wood joined the Gene B. Glick Company in 2008 as Financial Analyst. In her present role she oversees all aspects of property management for more than 10,000 units in nine states and is responsible for the company’s service coordinator program. Her portfolio includes conventional and tax credit units, as well as properties with HUD programs such as project-based Section 8 and 236. Her career experience also includes on-site property management and HUD compliance. She is active in the Indiana Apartment Association and sits on the National Apartment Association’s Affordable Housing Taskforce. Wood is a certified assisted housing manager and a tax credit specialist. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology from Indiana University.
Vice President, Property Management, Conventional Portfolio
Julie Yesnick joined Glick in March 2009 and oversees all aspects of property operations for the company’s market-rate communities. She previously worked as vice president of operations for a private developer in Columbus, Ohio; she was also regional vice president and director of education for the nation’s largest real estate investment trust. She holds designations of certified property manager (CPM), certified apartment portfolio supervisor (CAPS), and is a certified coach. She is active in the Indiana Apartment Association as a member of the Education Committee and the S.A.L. Leadership Committee. She is the Education Chair for the Institute of Real Estate Management. Yesnick holds a degree in business administration and marketing and is a veteran of the Ohio Army National Guard.