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Rocky Mountain Shopping Center Association
15468 East Hinsdale Circle,
Centennial, CO  80112
720-336-8540
rmscamembershipinfo@gmail.com

The Rocky Mountain Shopping Center Association Mission Statement
To provide a forum for the mutually beneficial exchange of information among shopping center developers, owners, manager, brokers, investors, retailers and all professionals serving the

Colorado retail real estate industry.

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Industry Partners

Events

 

2015 Upcoming Events:
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January Membership Meeting

Thursday, January 15, 2015

11:30am - 1:00pm

Wellshire Inn

3333 South Colorado Blvd.

Denver, CO  80222

2015 - Economic Forecast

Featured Speaker

Tom Clark, Executive VP, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

Luncheon Cost - $30

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March Membership Meeting

Thursday, March 19, 2015

11:30am - 1:00pm

Wellshire Inn

3333 South Colorado Blvd.

Denver, CO  80222

"Twin Peaks Mall & Foothills Mall Redevelopment - Concept to Opening"

Luke McFetridge, Newmark Merrill

Luncheon Cost - $30

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May Happy Hour                                

Wednesday, May 13 , 2015

5:00pm - 6:30pm

Seasons 52 Fresh Grill

This event is FREE and open only to RMSCA members.

                                                                                                                      


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July Membership Meeting

Thursday, July 23, 2015

11:30am - 1:00pm

Wellshire Inn

3333 South Colorado Blvd.

Denver, CO  80222

"Retail Design, Castle Rock - Creating a Sense of Space"

Kristofer Kenton 

Luncheon Cost - $30

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September Membership Meeting

Thursday, September 17, 2015

11:30am - 1:00pm

Wellshire Inn

3333 South Colorado Blvd.

Denver, CO  80222

"Trend Tracking - What History Can Tell Us About The Future"

Luncheon Cost - $30

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RMSCA Star Awards

3rd Annual RMSCA STAR Awards for Retail Real Estate Excellence

Thursday, November 5, 2015

11:30 - 1:00pm

Curtis Ballroom at The Landmark

5345 Landmark Place

Greenwood Village, CO  80111

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2015 Star Awards.

 

2014 Award Winners

   

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

2014 Sponsors

Gold Sponsors:

Silver Sponsor:

Service Star Development

Table Sponsors:
   

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Star Awards Resources:

Board of Directors/Members

 

2015 RMSCA Board of Directors

 

  Jackie Herbst, President  

Jackie Herbst, a.k.a., “Lil Miss Mayhem”, is an Account Manager for Team K Services, Cleaning & Emergency Specialists.  Having been in the restoration industry for ten years, Jackie has earned numerous certifications, including those pertaining to Emergency Planning and Business Continuity.

Jackie spends many hours working in the trenches on all types of property disasters, giving her great insight and experience to assist property personnel with developing individualized & comprehensive disaster/emergency response plans.

Prior to entering the restoration industry, Jackie held positions in the public sector.  She served as an elected member of Lakewood City Council from 2001-2005 and concurrently served as an appointee of Governor Owens to the Colorado Juvenile Parole Board.  Jackie has also spent time working with non-profit organizations, having served as the Regional Development Director for Huntington’s Disease Society of America for two years.

Jackie has been heavily involved with the Rocky Mountain Shopping Center Association since 2006 and was elected as President in November of 2010.  Since that time, she has re-organized the association structure, developed a new mission statement and set of by-laws, along with organizing a new Board of Directors.

When Jackie is not knee-deep in flood waters or “mayhem”, she can be found fishing in the river, enjoying a day on the golf course or sometimes the occasional pheasant hunt.  Her absolute favorite past-time is spending time with her family.  She devotes as much time as possible to her children and her three adorable grand-children, but she can always be reached to attend to the most recent restoration emergency. 

If you haven’t met Jackie yet, just look for the “little red headed spit fire”, with a smile on her face at the next RMSCA event …that’s our Jackie Herbst.

 

  Lizabeth Miskelly, President Elect

Originally from Houston, Texas, Lizabeth (Liz) Miskelly has lived in Denver since 2009 when she relocated with Regency Centers.  She is currently the Rocky Mountain Regional Property Manager responsible for the property operations team and 2.5 million square feet of neighborhood retail centers located in metro Phoenix, AZ and the Front Range of Colorado.  Liz started with Regency Centers in 2007 in the Houston, Texas office.  Beyond the standard responsibilities of tenant relations, operating and capital expenses, and driving miscellaneous income, Liz has a history of implementing strategies for reduced energy and water consumption for the properties. 

Prior to working with Regency Centers, she worked for a national homebuilder entitling subdivisions in New Jersey.  Outside of work Liz volunteers with the United Way and her church.  In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her husband, two children and dog.  She is always up for traveling to new places.

Steve Sessions, Vice-President

Photo & bio coming soon

 

  Dean Titterington, Vice-President

Dean has a Bachelors degree in Business from Augustana College, is a Marine Corps veteran and has worked for two Fortune 500 companies.  He is a member of the 2014 class of Leadership Program of the Rockies.  For the last 20 years he has been involved as a managing partner in shopping centers.  He is a member of ICSC.  Dean has also been active in the community, serving on public school boards for 15 years.  He was appointed twice by Gov. Owens and once by Gov. Ritter to 3 terms as a founding board member and Vice Chair of the Charter School Institute of Colorado.  He is currently in his 8th year on the Colorado Dept. of Education Charter School Support Initiative Team and his 4th year on the Colorado State Review Panel.  He is V.P. for Metro Denver Pheasants Forever and is an avid outdoorsman. He lives with his wife, Cindy, in Arapahoe County.  Their two sons have graduated from CSU with degrees in construction management and economics, respectively.

                      

  Kelly Goodnough, Treasurer

Kelly is a ServiceStar Property Management Senior Property Manager who currently oversees property management at Eagle’s Nest Village Center and Foxfield Village Center.  Kelly specializes in overseeing operational quality at Denver-based retail properties.  Driving value enhancement for properties, Kelly set high standards for quality, budget management, CAM oversight, facility maintenance, tenant relations, accounting practices and financial reporting.  A dedicated leader, Kelly has the ability to solve problems, manage relationships and shepherd valuable assets and the achievement of owner goals.

In addition to a proven, successful property management track record, Kelly has experience in both retail and hospitality operations leadership which provides her with a unique retailer perspective that is appreciated by tenants.  Kelly also successfully installed Yardi, a real estate financial and management software program to help with the accounting responsibilities of the above named centers.

Additionally, Kelly is an active member of ICSC and is a Board Member of the Rocky Mountain Shopping Center Association where she serves as Treasurer.

                      

  Sondra Lanskton, Secretary

Sondra Lankston graduated from Fort Lewis College in 1992, where after college, she began a career in customer relations and then business development, and sales and marketing for CEI West Roofing Co. now Tecta America Corp. Sondra’s journey in business development led her to become a member of BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association), IFMA (International Facilities Management Association), BOAC (Building Operators Association of Colorado) , RMSCA (Rocky Mountain Shopping Center Association) and also became a member of the USGBC (United States Green Building Council) as she learned the green side of the roofing industry and became a part of the National Green Team for Tecta America Corp., promoting their environmental solutions; green roofing, daylighting, and solar. As a member of BOMA, Sondra ran and won the position as Allied Chair in 2011 and was awarded Allied Member of the Year in 2012. She has sat on the Membership, Golf, Education Committee’s and is past Co-Chair of the Community Affairs Committee.

In 2013, the RMSCA invited Sondra to join the Board as Secretary for RMSCA, and she Chairs the Membership Committee, while sitting on the Programs and the Awards Event Committee. Also a member in IFMA, Sondra has assisted on the Golf Committee in years past, and is the current Chair of the Annual Sponsorship Committee and sits on the Membership Committee and Community Services Committee.

Sondra’s career shifted in 2014, when she made a change and applied for a Director of Business Development position at Denver Commercial Property Services (Integrated Cleaning Services and Foliage Design Systems). Sondra has been working with the DCPS team for over a year assisting them in building client relationships, marketing and bringing in opportunities, while maintaining the Networking Groups she has been involved with over the years.

 

  Diana Fiore - General Manager, Forest City Enterprises

Diana Fiore is general manager of The Shops at Northfield Stapleton, a 1.1-million-square-foot shopping center owned and operated by Forest City and located in the heart of Stapleton. In this role, Fiore oversees all Center operations, capital-expenditure projects, and manages a support staff-including maintenance, marketing, leasing, housekeeping and security.

Diana has been a dedicated employee of Forest City for over 15 years and most recently rejoined the Northfield Stapleton management team from her previous position as director of marketing for The Orchard Town Center in Westminster, Colorado. Fiore’s tenure with Forest City also includes director of marketing for Northfield Stapleton and Antelope Valley Mall (Palmdale, California) and marketing coordinator at Galleria at Sunset (Las Vegas, Nevada).

Fiore received her bachelor’s degree in Communications from UNLV (University of Nevada Las Vegas) with an emphasis in public relations, and she has been awarded several awards and accolades for her marketing expertise over her career.  Prior to Forest City, Diana worked in the public-relations department at the Rio Hotel & All Suites in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Luke McFetridge, Newmark Merrill

Photo & bio coming soon

Dianne White, Dunton Commercial

Photo & bio coming soon

Brenda Soper, AmCap Inc.

Photo & bio coming soon

Carl Schmidtlien, Galloway - ICSC Board Liasion

Photo & bio coming soon

 

  Theresa Donahue, SoGo Green

Over the past 30 years, Theresa has been a manager, policy-maker, consultant, and small-business woman.  She served as Deputy Chief of Staff and a Cabinet Officer for the City of Denver, and Executive Director of Smart Energy Living Alliance and the Metro Denver Health and Wellness Commission.   Theresa currently works with SoGoGreen LED Lighting, a small, woman-owned company.  She graduated from Duke University, B.S., Environmental Policy, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Master of Regional Planning, Environmental Planning.  Theresa enjoys hiking, gardening, and cooking.

 

  Max Segall, Thyssen Krupp

 

Matt Schovel, Swingle

Photo & bio coming soon

Lorie Libby, Universal Protection Services

Photo & bio coming soon

Christina Chavez, Arapahoe Fire Protection

Photo & bio coming soon


Resources

 

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