Janet Kouvaras joins Brown on executive leadership team with promotion to Senior Vice President of Finance
Denholtz Properties announces the hiring of Greg Brown as Chief Operating Officer. In addition to Brown, Denholtz Properties has further bolstered its executive team with the promotion of long-time employee Janet Kouvaras to the role of Senior Vice President of Finance.
Bringing over 20 years of front line commercial real estate experience to Denholtz Properties, Brown is a seasoned industry professional who has been active in all facets of the industry. Previously serving as Managing Director of NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co., Brown successfully overhauled and updated the firm’s business operations during his tenure, leading to greater profitability. Prior to his time at NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co., Brown was COO for Feltrim Developments, based in Davenport, Florida where he managed the US-side of day to day operations and project development of the international real estate firm. In his new role as COO, Brown will streamline Denholtz Properties’ internal operations to increase efficiency and profitability. Additionally, he will work as part of the executive team to manage the company’s ongoing utilization and adoption of the latest real estate technologies and processes.
Kouvaras has been integral in Denholtz Properties’ significant growth over her 18 years with the company. In Kouvaras’ new role as Senior Vice President of Finance, she will leverage her deep understanding of financial planning to lead Denholtz Properties’ accounting and finance teams, as well as oversee the financial operations of the firm.
“We are pleased to bring a seasoned veteran like Greg aboard as we are certain that he will add tremendous value to our organization as we position ourselves for continued expansion,” said Steven Denholtz, CEO of Denholtz Properties. “With the promotion of Janet to our executive team, we are creating the ideal combination of capabilities and experience that ensures we remain a highly efficient and agile company as we continue our growth trajectory.”