Curtis of RXR Realty elected president of BOMA Westchester

January 23, 2018 - Front Section
Shown seated (from left) are: Caroline Molloy, Susan Curtis, Scott Tangredi and Stephanie Manfredi.
Shown standing (from left) are: William Bassett, Robert Lupica, John Lomurno and Vinny Finnegan.

White Plains, NY The Building Owners and Managers Association of Westchester County has elected its slate of officers for the 2018 term. Susan Curtis, senior property manager, RPA, FMA of RXR Realty, was elected president. Curtis, who manages RXR’s portfolio in Westchester and Connecticut, was sworn in with the rest of the slate at BOMA Westchester’s Annual Holiday Party and Inauguration of Officers held December 4, 2017 at Westchester Hills Golf Club.

Other officers elected and sworn in for the 2018 term were: 

Vice president: Scott Tangredi of Reckson, a division of SL Green.

Secretary: Cameron Paktinat of William Warren Group. 

Treaurer: Caroline Molloy of Cushman & Wakefield.

Immediate past president: William Bassett of Cushman & Wakefield; 

Allied representative: Robert Lupica of JP McHale Pest Management;

Public Relations Advisor: Dean Bender of Thompson & Bender. 

The following directors were also elected:

Vinny Finnegan of Gedney Way Consultants LLC;

John Lomurno of GlobeOp Financial Services LLC;

Stephanie Manfredi of Colliers International; and 

Edward Miller of Celestial Capital Group LLC.

BOMA Westchester is the county’s leading professional organization dedicated to meeting the needs of building owners, property managers and allied professionals and tradespeople. BOMA Westchester is an affiliate of BOMA International --- the oldest and largest association of the office building industry, with over 100 federated associations in the United States and around the world. The 17,000-plus members of BOMA International own or manage more than 9 billion s/f of commercial properties in North America and abroad.

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