By Joshua Burd
The Solomon Organization has announced seven promotions across its Summit-based headquarters and regional offices managing its 20,000-unit apartment portfolio.
According to the firm, both Leda Rios and Scott Snow are now managing directors, rising to its most senior staff level in their roles overseeing the company’s Southeast and Michigan regions, respectively. Promotions to associate director include Anna Evans, the firm’s human resources director, along with Jeremy Oakden, Mark Nguyen and Phil Morse from its construction division and Ryan Henderson, who oversees its Northeast region.
The seven team members have tenures ranging from five to 17 years.
“We are recognizing and rewarding the leaders who are driving and enabling our expansion,” said Zach Solomon, executive managing director of the Solomon Organization. “As such, these promotions are a window into the workings and the status of our company: its growth, its value-added investment strategy, strong central operations, diversity and, most of all, its people-focused culture that offers pathways and rewards to committed team members.
“Servicing our communities and residents will always be our everyday focus, but it’s our people at Solomon that makes our overall business successful.”
The moves follow the addition of 5,000 units to Solomon’s portfolio in recent years.
“Ryan Henderson, Leda Rios and Mark Nguyen have moved geographically to markets where we have expanded into, and Scott Snow has continually proven his leadership in Michigan,” said Andrew Rosen, also an executive managing director with the firm. “Our business expansion has been pivotal to their professional growth with us. The same can be said of Jeremy Oakden and Phil Morse in our construction department, who have overseen the renovations of thousands of apartment homes across many states.”
Diana Gardner, president of Solomon’s property management division, also recognized Evans for “enhancing employee benefits, retention and recruiting.”
“We have a culture to treat all employees as part of the Solomon family, and they are supported so that they can focus on their jobs, are motivated and productive,” she said. “Anna makes it a continuous point to look at ways for us to improve conveniences around the teams.”