Victoria J Orlowski, Multifamily Properties
Ms. Orlowski has 30 years of experience of all phases in the multifamily property management industry, overseeing portfolios in all major Southwest markets including Phoenix, Tucson, Houston, Dallas and El Paso Texas. She has experience in the development of high-end lease-up properties, as well as rehab and condo conversion properties, both managed for fee and owned assets. Prior to joining Everest Holdings, she was a managing partner of a startup investment, acquisitions and management company where her duties included a complete approach on asset preservation, capital expenditures, acquisition and disposition, repositioning, due diligence, risk management and life safety challenges.
Ms. Orlowski held various positions with Trammel Crow, BRE and Alliance Residential during an 18-year tenure, including National Training Director, Regional Manager and Senior Vice President of Operations. In these roles, she was responsible for the oversight of 12,000+- units for institutional and private clients. She is noted for increasing occupancy and maximizing profitability while exceeding resident, employee and client expectations. Ms. Orlowski was instrumental as one of the founding operational partners at Alliance Residential in creating training, policies and procedures for leasing, maintenance and support positions, where she was a partner from 2000 forward.
Ms. Orlowski held a seat on the Board of Directors for the Arizona Multi Housing Association from 2002 to 2007. She has held an Arizona Real Estate license for 28 years and was featured in "Women to Watch" in the Multi-family Professional Magazine. She received numerous awards during her 18 year tenure with Alliance, including VP of the year. She is a member of the Scottsdale Honors Cotillion-Color Mom board, a board member on the current Mothers' Guild for Notre Dame College Preparatory High School and is committed to serving others through volunteer work at UMOM, Feed My Starving Children and various other charities throughout the year.