Notable Women in Commercial Real Estate 2022

They manage millions of dollars in acquisitions, oversee ever-expanding portfolios of properties, and guide tenants through the space challenges the pandemic has presented. On top of that, they give back to their communities, create more inclusive teams, and mentor young women entering the commercial real estate industry. Meet 25 standout commercial real estate professionals in the Twin Cities.

Methodology: The individuals featured did not pay to be included. Their profiles were drawn from nomination materials. This list is not comprehensive; it includes only people who were nominated and accepted after editorial review. To qualify for this list, individuals must have at least five years of experience in their field and have shown the ability to effect change in their roles or areas of practice.

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Jessica Mogilka

Jessica Mogilka

Executive vice president, JLL
In her three years at JLL in Minneapolis, Jessica Mogilka has provided advice on a local and global scale. She brings 17 years of experience to all stages of the
Lorien Mueller

Lorien Mueller

Senior director, Great Lakes Management
Lorien Mueller specializes in student housing, senior living, and commercial spaces. She oversees a large team of professionals for the Plymouth-based real estate firm, along with a diverse portfolio of
Kristin Myhre

Kristin Myhre

President, Eagle Ridge Partners
Known in the industry as the go-to for insight on suburban space and return-to-workplace trends, Kristin Myhre leads the privately held development, acquisition, and asset management company Eagle Ridge Partners
Deborah Vannelli

Deborah Vannelli

Director of net lease sales, Upland Real Estate Group
Deborah Vannelli began her career with commercial real estate investment firm Upland Real Estate Group in Minneapolis more than 25 years ago. She’s led her team to complete more than
Sarah Veith

Sarah Veith

Executive vice president, organizational development and human resources, United Properties
Sarah Veith’s responsibilities span key strategic aspects of United Properties’ Twin Cities business, including managing people, organizational development, diversity and inclusion initiatives, marketing, and communications. Through her efforts, the company’s