Katherine V. Shiplett, CPM®, CCIM®, RPA, LEED® GREEN ASSOCIATE
Senior Vice President of Operations
As Senior Vice President of Operations, Katherine V. Shiplett serves as a lead company executive, spearheading the advancement of client relationships and asset performance. In addition, Katherine directs and oversees the day-to-day responsibilities of the Lease Administration and Property Management departments, which manage a portfolio of retail properties totaling more than 10.5 million square feet and more than 1,500 leases. Katherine has more than 20 years of commercial real estate experience with a specialty in client management, leadership development and property performance.
Prior to Rappaport, Katherine was an Asset Services Director for CBRE where she served as a member of the leadership team for the Mid-Atlantic region and implemented strategic property management oversight of approximately 12 million square feet of office, retail and industrial properties for institutional clients. Prior to that, she was with Insignia/ESG and Barnes, Morris, Pardoe & Foster.
Katherine is actively involved with The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and holds a Virginia Real Estate Salesperson license.
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