April 26, 2010
By Allison Landa, News Editor
Jones Lang LaSalle has spread its Silicon Valley wings with the addition of five new executives. These consist of three new hires and two transferred employees.
Emily Bielen joins the Silicon Valley office as Senior Marketing Manager. She comes to JLL from Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., where she worked as an inside sales leader responsible for business development throughout California.
Andrew Boyd joins the firm as a Senior Financial Accountant, coming from Maxim Integrated Products, where he served as a Cost Accountant. Boyd has previous experience as an Audit Associate with PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
Mark Kindred joins the office as Senior Research Analyst. He has 10 years of research and analysis experience, with the last three spent at RREEF Real Estate where he focused on office and industrial real estate markets. He also has served at GVA Whitney Cressman and Terranomics Retail Services.
Abigail San Juan has transferred to the Silicon Valley office as Senior Vice President and Group Manager with the intent of expanding the property management capability in the market. San Juan previously served as General Manager for 201 Mission St. and 580 California St., both in San Francisco. She has 12 years of property management experience, 10 of which are with JLL.
Julie Steffen has also transferred to the Silicon Valley office, where she will work as an Assistant Manager on the International Desk, coordinating the firm’s relationships between Silicon Valley and the more than 200 global JLL offices.
Other Silicon Valley office executives received promotions. Andy Koenig was named Vice President in the Silicon Valley Corporate Markets team, while Chris Crow was promoted to Leasing Associate on the Silicon Valley brokerage team.
When announcing the news, JLL’s Silicon Valley office managing director Andy Poppink said: “The addition of these highly talented professionals with expertise across a range of services adds further depth to an already strong bench of talent in the Valley and positions the firm for its next stage of growth.”