Lauren Davis and Jessica Stander assume newly formed director-level roles focused on tenant representation and design.

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Lauren Davis: Director of Occupier Services

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Jessica Stander: Director of Design

Denham Wolf Expands Management Team and Strengthens Client Offerings with Key Promotions

Lauren Davis and Jessica Stander assume newly formed director-level roles focused on tenant representation and design.

NEW YORK, [DATE] – Today, Denham Wolf Real Estate Services, a leading nonprofit real estate advisor, is proud to announce the promotion of Lauren Davis to Director of Occupier Services and Jessica Stander to Director of Design. These newly defined roles will add managerial and administrative capacity as Denham Wolf continues to grow its base of clients, strengthen the work of the Transaction Services and Project Management teams, and allow Principals Christopher Turner and Ronzard (Ron) Innocent to provide more broad guidance across all the firm’s clients.

“We are thrilled to promote Lauren and Jessica to these new roles as we continue to build and support a new generation of leadership at Denham Wolf,” said Paul Wolf, Managing Principal and CEO. “Their dedication to our clients, strong leadership abilities, and continued excellence in their work helps Denham Wolf support the missions of our clients. We look forward to seeing all that they can accomplish in their new roles.”

Davis has been a valued member of the Denham Wolf team for nearly a decade, where she has worked closely with the firm’s clients to provide a range of essential services, including brokerage and strategic planning. In her previous role as a Senior Transactions Manager, she led The National Academy of Design through a successful search and negotiation process for a new space, which resulted in the oldest artist-run organization in the country signing a new lease in the Chelsea Art District. In her new position, Director of Occupier Services, she will take on additional responsibilities managing the team of brokers and analysts and leading Denham Wolf’s acquisition and tenant representation projects.

Since joining Denham Wolf in 2022 as a Senior Project Manager, Stander, a registered architect with more than 20 years of design and capital project management experience, has guided nonprofits through every stage of the development process, from preliminary planning to occupancy. This year, she is overseeing ongoing construction improvements and strategic planning for multiple clients, including Congregation Beth Elohim’s 61,000 SF building in Brooklyn and managing the construction of Bronx Community Health Network’s new 12,000 SF Health and Wellness ambulatory care center. As the Director of Design, Stander will serve as a firmwide expert on design and architecture projects and provide managerial support to the nine members of the Project Management team.  

These promotions come as part of a broader expansion of the firm’s organizational structure that began when Ron Innocent and Christopher Turner became principals and co-owners earlier this year. As directors, Davis and Stander will take on additional managerial capacity on their respective teams, which will allow Innocent and Turner to manage the firm’s growing Project Management and Transaction Services practice groups more effectively. This transition will contribute to the firm’s growth and ensure that Denham Wolf continues to provide the highest quality of real estate services to the nonprofit community.

Other promotions announced today by Denham Wolf include Kate Hrobsky to Senior Transactions Manager; Cameron Tuttle to Senior Associate; and Hector Pineda to Senior Project Manager. These promotions reflect Denham Wolf’s continued growth and will allow the organization to serve its clients in New York City and beyond.

About Denham Wolf Real Estate Services

An essential resource for the nonprofit community, Denham Wolf Real Estate Services provides expertise in transactions, development, and project management. Through these integrated services, the firm empowers organizations to take a thoughtful, mission-first approach to real estate. Denham Wolf has partnered with hundreds of diverse nonprofit organizations since its founding in 1998, shaping millions of square feet across New York City and beyond. For more information, visit:

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