CIBS Long Island elects new executive board – term begins January 1st; Leviton of JLL to serve as president for two-year term

January 08, 2019 - Long Island
David Leviton,


Daniel Weiner,
Avison Young


Michael Rosenfeld,
The Rochlin Org,


Amanda Gorozdi,
Avison Young


Syosset, NY According to the Commercial Industrial Brokers Society of Long Island (CIBS), a new executive board has been elected. Serving two-year terms beginning January 1st, they are the following:

• President: David Leviton. He is a managing director in the Melville office of JLL and previously was VP of CIBS. He has 30 years of experience in office leasing and sales and has been involved in 600 transactions, representing both landlords and tenants.

• VP: Daniel Weiner. He is a senior director in the Melville office of Avison Young and formerly was treasurer of CIBS.

• Treasurer: Michael Rosenfeld. He is an associate broker at The Rochlin Org. He previously was secretary of CIBS. An 11-year industry veteran, he previously was president of a leading furniture rental company.

• Secretary: Amanda Gorozdi. She is a senior associate in the Melville office of Avison Young. Formerly a board member for the past two years, she has been in the commercial real estate industry since 2011.

Current president Kyle Burkhardt  will become chair of the CIBS advisory board. He is a senior director in the Melville office of Cushman & Wakefield Inc.

“These CIBS members are commercial real estate professionals who play a significant role in the economic growth and vitality of Long Island and also contribute time and energy for the betterment of our organization and our industry,” said Leviton.

Enhance communication with, strengthen, and unite the Long Island commercial real estate brokerage community. Foster the practice of high professional standards. Bolster economic, sustainable, and diversified development. Work collaboratively with other leading real estate, land use and governmental agencies and business organizations. Promote CIBS as Long Island’s authoritative voice on commercial real estate.



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