Robert J. Lowe
Founder and Chairman of the Board

Founder and Chairman of the Board of Lowe Enterprises. Mr. Lowe is a Trustee and past Chairman of the Board of the Los Angeles Metropolitan YMCA; Chairman Emeritus of the Real Estate Roundtable; Life Trustee and past Chairman of the Board of Claremont McKenna College; Chairman and Co-Founder of the Lowe Institute of Political Economy of Claremont McKenna College; and Director of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce. Bob is past Chairman of the New Los Angeles Marketing Partnership; past member of the California Economy Strategy Panel; and past Director and member of the Executive Committee of the Economic Development Corporation of Los Angeles County. Bob’s honors include City of Hope “Spirit of Life” Award; National Entrepreneur of the Year for Real Estate and Construction; Los Angeles Mayor’s “City of Angels” Award; “Distinguished Citizen Award” presented by the Boy Scouts of America; and, the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Business Leader Award. He was recently inducted into the Stanford University Real Estate Hall of Fame. Education: Claremont McKenna College, BA cum laude; Stanford University, MBA

Michael H. Lowe
Co-CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Lowe Enterprises

Co-CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Lowe Enterprises. Mr. Lowe coordinates the firm’s national investment activities including investments made by the firm on its own account, as well as for investment clients and partners. In addition, Mr. Lowe is responsible for the firm’s national office, industrial, retail and multifamily activities including development, acquisition, asset management, leasing, construction and property management. He is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and the Real Estate Roundtable. Education: Stanford University, BA; Stanford University Graduate School of Business, MBA

Robert J. Lowe, Jr.
Co-CEO of Lowe Enterprises and CEO of Lowe Hospitality Group

Co-CEO of Lowe Enterprises and Chief Executive Officer of Lowe Hospitality Group, the hotel and resort management and development division of Lowe Enterprises. Rob oversees operations of Destination Hotels, Lowe’s hospitality operations company. With 45 independent luxury and upscale hotels and resorts and over 11,000 rooms under management, Destination is one of the largest independent hospitality management companies in the country and the largest manager of independent hotels. He also oversees Lowe Destination Development, responsible for hotel and resort development, with well over $3 billion in projects over the last decade. He is a past Trustee and President of the Palisades Presbyterian Church and Chairman of the Board of Managers of the Palisades-Malibu YMCA. Education: Stanford University, AB; University of California at Los Angeles, MBA

Richard G. Newman, Jr.
CEO and President, Real Estate

Chief Executive Officer and President, Real Estate, is responsible for all of the Company’s development activities, commercial property acquisitions and commercial property operations including over $1.5 billion of current development projects and 5.5 (check #) million square feet of commercial properties managed. He is a member of NAIOP, the Urban Land Institute, and Young Presidents’ Organization.. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Los Angeles District Council of the Urban Land Institute, the Board of Governors of the Lowe Institute of Political Economy at Claremont McKenna College, the Executive Board of the Western Los Angeles County Council of Boy Scouts of America, and the Advisory Board of the Simms/Mann – UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology. Education: Stanford University, BS; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MS

John B. Platt, III
Director of Lowe Enterprises
Director and Chairman of Lowe Hospitality Group
Director and Chairman of Lowe Destination Development

Director of Lowe Enterprises, Director and Chairman of Lowe Hospitality Group and its primary subsidiaries: Destination Hotels & Resorts, Lowe’s hospitality management subsidiary; and Lowe Destination Development, Lowe’s hospitality development company. He was formerly President and CEO of Vacation Resorts, Inc., a resort and hotel management company that operated approximately 2,000 units in Colorado, Hawaii and Hilton Head, South Carolina. He also managed nationally televised sports events such as the PGA Heritage Golf Classic and The Family Circle Women’s Tennis Championship. Prior to entering the resort business, Mr. Platt was a practicing attorney. Education: Colgate University, BA; Duke University, JD

James “Jamie” Sabatier
President and COO, Destination Hotels

President and COO of Destination Hotels, Lowe’s hospitality management subsidiary. Jamie brings over 25 years of experience to his role as president and chief operating officer of Destination Hotels where he oversees the company's portfolio of more than 17,000 guest rooms. Previously, Jamie was a senior executive with Starwood Hotels and Resorts where he was part of the team that led the W Hotels brand to industry prominence. Jamie also oversaw Starwood’s global investment team as it completed approximately 50 corporate and real estate transactions. Prior to his time at Starwood, Jamie was a senior member of the investment banking division of Montgomery Securities where he led the completion of merger, acquisition and equity transactions totaling more than $1 billion. He began his career in investment banking with Lehman Brothers and, before that, Coldwell Banker Commercial. Most recently, as the head of J. Sabatier & Company, he has acquired commercial real estate assets while guiding the successful turnaround of a family-owned business. Education: Brown University, BA; Kellogg Graduate School of Business at Northwestern University, MBA

Dick Poladian
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Lowe Enterprises. He oversees operations and functions including human resources, construction, finance and legal across the firm. Mr. Poladian previously worked in public accounting. He has served on the boards of the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, Loyola Marymount University, the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce and the USC School of Policy Planning and Development. He is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) and a member of the California Society of CPA’s and the American Institute of CPA’s. Education: Loyola Marymount University, BS, Accounting

William T. Wethe
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Lowe Enterprises and Lowe Hospitality Group with executive responsibility for all financial management functions including accounting, cash management, financial reporting, financial analysis, income taxes, information technology and risk management. Previously, he was Chief Financial Officer of Larwin Company, a land development and home building company, and an Audit Manager with Ernst & Young in Los Angeles. Mr. Wethe is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Urban Land Institute, the American Institute of CPA’s and the California Society of CPA’s. Education: University of Southern California, BS cum laude.

Bradford W. Howe
Co-CEO of Lowe Enterprises Investors

Co-Chief Executive Officer of Lowe Enterprises Investors with shared responsibility for oversight and management of the firm’s investment management business. Mr. Howe is a member of LEI’s Board of Directors and of the firm’s Investment Committee. Mr. Howe is involved in developing and implementing LEI’s strategic objectives and overseeing all aspects of LEI’s day to day operations including client relations, new business development, portfolio management and finance activities. Previously, Mr. Howe served as Senior Vice President of Lowe Enterprises managing the Capital Group, which was responsible for the firm’s capital raising efforts, and as Chief Financial Officer for Lowe Hospitality Group. He previously was a Director with Equity Group Investments, a Vice President with Security Capital Group and an Associate with Kidder Peabody & Company. He is a member of the Institutional Real Estate Editorial Board and a member of the Pension Real Estate Association. Education: University of California at Berkeley, BA; MBAA

Bleecker P. Seaman, III
CEO of Lowe Enterprises Investors

CEO of Lowe Enterprises Investors with shared responsibility for oversight and management of the firm’s investment management business. He is a member of LEI’s Board of Directors and chairman of LEI’s Investment Committee. He is actively involved in investment strategy, portfolio management and client servicing on behalf of the firm’s clients. Mr. Seaman previously served as COO for LEI and has held positions as CFO and as an Acquisition Officer in Lowe’s hospitality subsidiary. Previously, Mr. Seaman served as Assistant Director of Real Estate Investments for the Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System, and was a real estate Loan Officer for First Union National Bank and Continental Bank. He is a member of the Pension Real Estate Association, Urban Land Institute and the National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers, for which he is a past Board Member. Education: University of North Carolina, BA; Duke University, MBA

Lowe Enterprises
Robert J. Lowe
Founder and Chairman of the Board

Founder and Chairman of the Board of Lowe Enterprises. Mr. Lowe is a Trustee and past Chairman of the Board of the Los Angeles Metropolitan YMCA; Chairman Emeritus of the Real Estate Roundtable; Life Trustee and past Chairman of the Board of Claremont McKenna College; Chairman and Co-Founder of the Lowe Institute of Political Economy of Claremont McKenna College; and Director of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce. Bob is past Chairman of the New Los Angeles Marketing Partnership; past member of the California Economy Strategy Panel; and past Director and member of the Executive Committee of the Economic Development Corporation of Los Angeles County. Bob’s honors include City of Hope “Spirit of Life” Award; National Entrepreneur of the Year for Real Estate and Construction; Los Angeles Mayor’s “City of Angels” Award; “Distinguished Citizen Award” presented by the Boy Scouts of America; and, the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Business Leader Award. He was recently inducted into the Stanford University Real Estate Hall of Fame. Education: Claremont McKenna College, BA cum laude; Stanford University, MBA

Michael H. Lowe
Co-CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Lowe Enterprises

Co-CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Lowe Enterprises. Mr. Lowe coordinates the firm’s national investment activities including investments made by the firm on its own account, as well as for investment clients and partners. In addition, Mr. Lowe is responsible for the firm’s national office, industrial, retail and multifamily activities including development, acquisition, asset management, leasing, construction and property management. He is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and the Real Estate Roundtable. Education: Stanford University, BA; Stanford University Graduate School of Business, MBA

Robert J. Lowe, Jr.
Co-CEO of Lowe Enterprises and CEO of Lowe Hospitality Group

Co-CEO of Lowe Enterprises and Chief Executive Officer of Lowe Hospitality Group, the hotel and resort management and development division of Lowe Enterprises. Rob oversees operations of Destination Hotels, Lowe’s hospitality operations company. With 45 independent luxury and upscale hotels and resorts and over 11,000 rooms under management, Destination is one of the largest independent hospitality management companies in the country and the largest manager of independent hotels. He also oversees Lowe Destination Development, responsible for hotel and resort development, with well over $3 billion in projects over the last decade. He is a past Trustee and President of the Palisades Presbyterian Church and Chairman of the Board of Managers of the Palisades-Malibu YMCA. Education: Stanford University, AB; University of California at Los Angeles, MBA

Jeffrey L. Allen
Executive Vice President of Lowe Enterprises

Executive Vice President of Lowe Enterprises, overseeing the firm’s institutional and distressed asset development management and asset management assignments. He also serves as Executive Vice President of Lowe Destination Development, directing all development, construction management and general contracting activities for the firm’s resort and resort community projects. Previously, Mr. Allen was the Senior Vice President of Construction for Lowe Enterprises. He also served as the Vice President of Construction for Watt Industries and Ahmanson Commercial Development. He has been involved with the development and construction of more than 15 million square feet of real estate projects of all types. Mr. Allen is a licensed General Contractor in the State of California. Education: California Polytechnic State University, BS

John M. DeMarco
Senior Vice President and Corporate Counsel

Senior Vice President and Corporate Counsel for Lowe Enterprises and its subsidiaries with primary responsibility for the company's legal affairs. Previously, Mr. DeMarco was a member of the business and finance practice of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. He is an active member of the Real Property and Business Law Sections of the State Bar of California and the Association of Corporate Counsel. Education: University of Southern California, B.A., Pepperdine University School of Law, JD

James M. DeFrancia
President, Lowe Enterprises Community Development

President of Lowe Enterprises Community Development, which provides development management and advisory services for mixed-use properties and planned communities in both the U.S. and abroad. He has also served as a Court- appointed Receiver for several troubled real estate assets. Mr. DeFrancia is a Life Trustee and former Vice Chairman of the Urban Land Institute, a past National Director of the National Association of Homebuilders, a former Virginia representative to the Southern Growth Policies Board, a former Director of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, and also serves on several municipal boards and commissions. He also served as an advisor to the Secretary of the Navy and to the Secretary of Defense on military housing, energy use and other real estate matters. Education: U.S. Naval Academy, BS

Robert Mellwig
Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Senior Vice President, Human Resources. Robert serves as Senior Vice President, Really Cool People (Human Resources) for Lowe and Destination Hotels. Robert joined the firm in March 2004. Prior to joining Lowe and Destination, Robert held corporate staffing responsibility at the home office with Starwood Hotels and Resorts and field HR responsibility within the W Hotel group. Robert’s HR career began with Hilton Hotels Corporation with various HR and training in the Southern California resorts and AAA Five Diamond Hilton at Short Hills in New Jersey. He has been an active member of SHRM since 1997 and has held his SPHR credential since 1999. Education: Johnson & Wales University, BS/p>

Salve A. Pennya
Senior Vice President and Director of Compensation

Senior Vice President and Director of Compensation for Lowe Enterprises. She is responsible for the implementation and administration of the company's compensation programs, including bonuses and profit sharing. Previously, Ms. Pennya was Accounting Manager for an architectural and real estate development firm. Education: University of Sto. Tomas, BA magna cum laude; University of California at Los Angeles, MA

Dick Poladian
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Lowe Enterprises. He oversees operations and functions including human resources, construction, finance and legal across the firm. Mr. Poladian previously worked in public accounting. He has served on the boards of the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, Loyola Marymount University, the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce and the USC School of Policy Planning and Development. He is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) and a member of the California Society of CPA’s and the American Institute of CPA’s. Education: Loyola Marymount University, BS, Accounting

William T. Wethe
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Lowe Enterprises and Lowe Hospitality Group with executive responsibility for all financial management functions including accounting, cash management, financial reporting, financial analysis, income taxes, information technology and risk management. Previously, he was Chief Financial Officer of Larwin Company, a land development and home building company, and an Audit Manager with Ernst & Young in Los Angeles. Mr. Wethe is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Urban Land Institute, the American Institute of CPA’s and the California Society of CPA’s. Education: University of Southern California, BS cum laude.

Lowe Enterprises Investors
Bradford W. Howe
CEO of Lowe Enterprises Investors

CEO of Lowe Enterprises Investors with shared responsibility for oversight and management of the firm’s investment management business. Mr. Howe is responsible for equity capital raising, client relations, new business development, portfolio management and finance activities. Previously, Mr. Howe served as Senior Vice President of Lowe Enterprises managing the Capital Group, which was responsible for the firm’s capital raising efforts, and as Chief Financial Officer for Lowe Hospitality Group. He previously was a Director with Equity Group Investments, a Vice President with Security Capital Group and an Associate with Kidder Peabody & Company. He is a member of the Pension Real Estate Association and the Real Estate Roundtable. Education: University of California at Berkeley, BA; MBA

Bleecker P. Seaman, III
CEO of Lowe Enterprises Investors

CEO of Lowe Enterprises Investors (LEI) with shared responsibility for oversight and management of the firm’s investment management business. He is chairman of LEI’s Investment Committee and is actively involved in investment strategy, portfolio management and client servicing on behalf of the firm’s clients. Prior to his current position, Mr. Seaman served as COO for LEI and has held positions as CFO and as an Acquisition Officer in Lowe’s hospitality subsidiary. Previously, Mr. Seaman served as Assistant Director of Real Estate Investments for the Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System, and was a real estate Loan Officer for First Union National Bank. He is a member of the Pension Real Estate Association, Urban Land Institute and the National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers, for which he is a Board Member. Education: University of North Carolina, BA; Duke University, MBA

Kerri O'Neill
Senior Vice President

As Director of Portfolio and Asset Management for LEI, she oversees portfolio and asset management activities for the firm’s clients and venture partners. In addition, she has direct responsibility for portfolio management for Lowe Real Estate Income and Growth Partners, a discretionary commingled commercial investment fund, as well as a large separate account portfolio. She is responsible for review of acquisition and disposition opportunities, review and implementation of annual asset and portfolio strategic plans, investor communication and contract administration. Previously, she was LEI’s Director of Fund Administration. She is a member of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers and the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries. Education: Providence College; BS summa cum laude

Lowe Enterprises Real Estate Group
Richard G. Newman, Jr.
CEO and President, Real Estate

Chief Executive Officer and President, Real Estate, is responsible for all of the Company’s development activities, commercial property acquisitions and commercial property operations including over $1.5 billion of current development projects and 5.5 (check #) million square feet of commercial properties managed. He is a member of NAIOP, the Urban Land Institute, and Young Presidents’ Organization.. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Los Angeles District Council of the Urban Land Institute, the Board of Governors of the Lowe Institute of Political Economy at Claremont McKenna College, the Executive Board of the Western Los Angeles County Council of Boy Scouts of America, and the Advisory Board of the Simms/Mann – UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology. Education: Stanford University, BS; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MS

Michael W. McNerney
Senior Vice President of Lowe Enterprises Real Estate Group

Senior Vice President of Lowe Enterprises Real Estate Group responsible for the firm’s operations in Orange and San Diego Counties and Phoenix, AZ. Mr. McNerney is currently responsible for the public/private redevelopment of the San Diego County Operations Center, San Diego, CA, redevelopment of the Town and Country Resort and Convention Center, San Diego and the County of Orange public/private redevelopment of a 100-acre portion of the former Marine Corp Air Station, El Toro in Irvine, CA. He is a past-President and current board member of the San Diego Chapter of NAIOP, and a member of the Urban Land Institute and the International Council of Shopping Centers. He also serves on the Steering Committee for the San Diego Business Leadership Alliance. Education: United States Air Force Academy, BS; Chapman University, MBA

Dick Poladian
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Lowe Enterprises. He oversees operations and functions including human resources, construction, finance and legal across the firm. Mr. Poladian previously worked in public accounting. He has served on the boards of the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, Loyola Marymount University, the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce and the USC School of Policy Planning and Development. He is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) and a member of the California Society of CPA’s and the American Institute of CPA’s. Education: Loyola Marymount University, BS, Accounting

Mark S. Rivers
Senior Vice President and Managing Director

Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Lowe Enterprises Real Estate Group. Mark is responsible for Lowe’s commercial and multi-family development and operating activities in the Washington, DC metro area and the East coast. In addition to directly managing all development activities in the DC region, Mark is responsible for acquisitions, asset management, property management and business development. Prior to Lowe Enterprises, Mark had his own firm where he participated in a variety of development projects in the DC area, including acting as the Development Executive of the Gallery Place project in Washington, DC, which was the catalyst for the rebirth of DC’s East End. Additionally, he has managed multiple other development projects on behalf of fortune 500 corporations, universities and institutions.

John R. Waggoner
President of Lowe Residential Corporation

President of Lowe Residential Corporation responsible for Lowe’s residential operations in Colorado, Texas and the Midwest. While with Lowe, Mr. Waggoner has been responsible for over $2 billion of institutionally owned real estate. Previously, Mr. Waggoner was an independent consultant involved in various aspects of development, management and marketing of real estate portfolios for institutional clients. Education: University of Colorado, BA; University of Colorado, School of Law, JD

Thomas W. Wulf
Senior Vice President of Lowe Enterprises Real Estate Group

Senior Vice President of Lowe Enterprises Real Estate Group, responsible for commercial property development in Southern California with a particular emphasis on urban infill and mixed-use development. He currently oversees the firm’s development of the Garey Building, a residential and retail mixed-use project in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles, and of Ivy Station, the mixed-use property located at the Culver City EXPO station. His past developments include the 1.8 million square foot Exchange mixed-use development in Hawthorne, California, and over 350,000 square feet of commercial space in Calabasas and Santa Monica. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the International Council of Shopping Centers, the US Green Building Council, serves on the Board of the California Business Properties Association and is the current President and member of the Executive Board of Directors of the Southern California chapter of NAIOP. Mr. Wulf is a USGBC LEED Accredited Professional. Education: University of Southern California, BArchitecture; University of Southern California, MRED

Lowe Hospitality Group
John B. Platt, III
Director of Lowe Enterprises
Director and Chairman of Lowe Hospitality Group
Director and Chairman of Lowe Destination Development

Director of Lowe Enterprises, Director and Chairman of Lowe Hospitality Group and its primary subsidiaries: Destination Hotels & Resorts, Lowe’s hospitality management subsidiary; and Lowe Destination Development, Lowe’s hospitality development company. He was formerly President and CEO of Vacation Resorts, Inc., a resort and hotel management company that operated approximately 2,000 units in Colorado, Hawaii and Hilton Head, South Carolina. He also managed nationally televised sports events such as the PGA Heritage Golf Classic and The Family Circle Women’s Tennis Championship. Prior to entering the resort business, Mr. Platt was a practicing attorney. Education: Colgate University, BA; Duke University, JD

Robert J. Lowe, Jr.
Co-CEO of Lowe Enterprises and CEO of Lowe Hospitality Group

Robert J. Lowe, Jr., Co-CEO of Lowe Enterprises and Chief Executive Officer of Lowe Hospitality Group, the hotel and resort management and development division of Lowe Enterprises. Rob oversees operations of Destination Hotels, Lowe’s hospitality operations company. With 45 independent luxury and upscale hotels and resorts and over 11,000 rooms under management, Destination is one of the largest independent hospitality management companies in the country and the largest manager of independent hotels. He also oversees Lowe Destination Development, responsible for hotel and resort development, with well over $3 billion in projects over the last decade. He is a past Trustee and President of the Palisades Presbyterian Church and Chairman of the Board of Managers of the Palisades-Malibu YMCA. Education: Stanford University, AB; University of California at Los Angeles, MBA

James “Jamie” Sabatier
President and COO, Destination Hotels

President and COO of Destination Hotels, Lowe’s hospitality management subsidiary. Jamie brings over 25 years of experience to his role as president and chief operating officer of Destination Hotels where he oversees the company's portfolio of more than 17,000 guest rooms. Previously, Jamie was a senior executive with Starwood Hotels and Resorts where he was part of the team that led the W Hotels brand to industry prominence. Jamie also oversaw Starwood’s global investment team as it completed approximately 50 corporate and real estate transactions. Prior to his time at Starwood, Jamie was a senior member of the investment banking division of Montgomery Securities where he led the completion of merger, acquisition and equity transactions totaling more than $1 billion. He began his career in investment banking with Lehman Brothers and, before that, Coldwell Banker Commercial. Most recently, as the head of J. Sabatier & Company, he has acquired commercial real estate assets while guiding the successful turnaround of a family-owned business. Education: Brown University, BA; Kellogg Graduate School of Business at Northwestern University, MBA

Jeffrey L. Allen
Executive Vice President, Lowe Destination Development

Executive Vice President of Lowe Enterprises, overseeing the firm’s institutional and distressed asset development management and asset management assignments. He also serves as Executive Vice President of Lowe Destination Development, directing all development, construction management and general contracting activities for the firm’s resort and resort community projects. Previously, Mr. Allen was the Senior Vice President of Construction for Lowe Enterprises. He also served as the Vice President of Construction for Watt Industries and Ahmanson Commercial Development. He has been involved with the development and construction of more than 15 million square feet of real estate projects of all types. Mr. Allen is a licensed General Contractor in the State of California. Education: California Polytechnic State University, BS

Roger Beck
Vice President of Destination Hotels

Vice President of Destination Hotels and Managing Director of Suncadia Resort which is a 6400 acre resort community near Cle Elum, Washington. Mr. Beck previously held positions as Managing Director of Resort at Squaw Creek, Senior Vice President of Vail Resorts Development Company, and President of the Semiahmoo Company. Education: Washington State University, BA Hotel Administration; Stanford University, MBA.

Thomas R. Cullinan
Senior Vice President of Lowe Destination Development

Senior Vice President of Lowe Destination Development, responsible for business development and management for resort communities in the Coachella Valley area of California for the past 18 years including The Reserve Club and Stone Eagle Golf Club. Previously, Mr. Cullinan was Vice President/Project Director for Rancho La Quinta Country Club in La Quinta, California. Prior to that he served as Vice President/Director of Sales for Desert Horizons Country Club in Indian Wells, California. He is a licensed California Real Estate Broker, licensed California General Contractor and a member of the Urban Land Institute. Education: University of Memphis, BS cum laude

Andre Fournier
Senior Vice President of Destination Hotels

Senior Vice President of Destination Hotels oversees l sales and marketing efforts for the entire Destination portfolio, as well as strategic direction for corporate sales and marketing programs. André has been with Destination since 1995, and has previously held the positions of Vice President of Field Sales and Marketing, and also Director of Sales and Marketing at the Vail Cascade Resort & Spa in Colorado. Prior to joining Destination, André was Vice President of Sales for the Dawson Companies in Scottsdale where he had oversight of sales and marketing strategies for a collection of lodging and travel enterprises operated by Dawson, including the Scottsdale Plaza Resort. Andre’s success in hospitality spans 30 years. Education: Arizona State University, B.S. Marketing

Terri A. Haack
President of Terranea Resort

President of Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California and Vice President of Destination Hotels. She has led Terranea resort since opening in 2009, to national prominence, positioning it as one of the top destinations in the US. Previously, she was executive vice president and managing director at Wild Dunes Resort in Charleston, SC and Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, VA, and has over 30 years of experience managing hotels, resorts and residential communities. Haack currently serves on Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the American Hotel & Lodging Association and is Chairman of the California Hotel and Lodging Association. She is a founding Board Member and Chairman of the Women In Lodging Executive Council, Chairman of the AH&LA Educational Foundation Scholarship Committee and has served on this committee for more than 25 years. She was named 2010 Hotelier of the Year for California and Hotelier of the year by AH&LA. Haack is also incoming Chairman of the Board for the Palos Verdes Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and a member of the long-term strategic planning board for Marymount California University. Education: University of Phoenix, BSBA; MA

Mark F. Hickey
Executive Vice President Destination Hotels

Executive Vice President, Management Contracts for Destination Hotels responsible for broadening owner and capital relationships and cultivating new relationships. He plays a key role with existing and prospective clients of the firm, and his efforts are completely focused on business development to secure new management contracts in key markets to complement Destination’s growing management portfolio. Mark joined the company in 1995, as general manager of Destination's Inverness Hotel and Conference Center, prior to assuming the position of senior vice president of operations for the western United States in 1997. His role was extended in 2002 to oversee all North American operations of the company. Prior to joining Destination, Mark held various positions in the hospitality industry, including property positions of general manager, regional manager of management services for AIRCOA (now Richfield) and vice president of operations for Metro Hotels in Dallas, TX. Education: Berkshire Community College, AA

Ted R. Lennon
Senior Vice President of Lowe Enterprises

Senior Vice President of Lowe Enterprises is involved in expanding the firm’s development and management portfolios with particular focus on California, Hawaii and Mexico projects. His major projects in California include The Reserve, a golf course community in Indian Wells, California, The Terraces at the Vintage Club in Indian Wells (named National Attached Home of the Year), Stone Eagle Golf Club in Palm Desert, Shadow Mountain Resort and Racquet Club in Palm Desert, Granlibakken Ski & Racquet Resort in Lake Tahoe and major retail developments - Desert Crossings and The Gardens on El Paseo in Palm Desert. As a real estate broker he has been responsible for over $800 million in sales. He was 2005 Entrepreneur of the Year in the Coachella Valley and is a former U.S. Army Captain and Vietnam veteran. Education: Loyola University of Los Angeles, BS in Civil Engineering

Thomas P. Luersen
Executive Vice President, Operations for Destination Hotels

Executive Vice President, Operations for Destination Hotels. Tom oversees hospitality operations for the entire Destination Hotels portfolio. He started with the firm at Sunriver Resort in Oregon in 1998 where he was Managing Director until he was promoted to Senior Vice President, Operations - West Region in 2012. He previously held senior resort and hospitality executive positions with the Woodlands Corporation, where he oversaw the Hospitality Division including resorts, hotels, corporate conference centers and club operations along with master planning the 36,000-acre community. Tom has also held various executive and leadership roles with Busch Properties, operating and expanding hospitality, golf, club and condominium developments. He is an active member of the AH&LA Resort Committee, the Urban Land Institute, the 501 (c)(3) Wonderland Express Board of Directors, and past two-term member of the Oregon Tourism Commission. Education: Florida International University, BS

Greg Miller
Regional Vice President of Destination Hotels

Regional Vice President of Destination Hotels responsible for the Southwest region. He oversees operations at the Royal Palms Resort and Spa, Tempe Mission Palms Hotel & Conference Center, Inn and Spa at Loretto, Resort at Squaw Creek, Vail Cascade Resort and Inverness Hotel & Conference Center. Previously, Mr. Miller spent 15 years with Hyatt Resorts. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Arizona Lodging & Tourism Association, Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau and Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau and is past chairman of the Valley Hotel & Resort Association. Education: State University of New York at Binghamton, BA

Shirli J. Sensenbrenner
Senior Vice President of Destination Hotels

Senior Vice President, Design & Construction for Destination Hotels. With over 27 years of experience in both high end interior architectural design and as a project manager, Shirli provides a balanced knowledge of both as the leader of Destination’s Design + Construction Group. Since joining Destination in 1998, Shirli has assumed many responsibilities and is currently a member of Destination’s executive committee, a Lowe Enterprises shareholder as well as overseeing her team as they work with the properties on capital expenditure planning, renovations and/or technical services. Shirli plays a key role in business development where she creates programs, visions and budgets for potential acquisitions. Once Destination takes over the hotel, she then works with the team who implements the chosen strategy/direction for the repositioning.

Matthew H. Walker
Vice President of Lowe Destination Development

Vice President of Lowe Destination Development, with overall responsibility for hospitality and resort development, resort real estate sales and marketing and the company’s business development efforts. Previously, he was an architect in San Francisco and Los Angeles. He is former Chair of the Recreation Council Blue Flight of the Urban Land Institute. Education: Cornell University, BArchitecture; University of California Los Angeles, MBA

William T. Wethe
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Lowe Enterprises and Lowe Hospitality Group with executive responsibility for all financial management functions including accounting, cash management, financial reporting, financial analysis, income taxes, information technology and risk management. Previously, he was Chief Financial Officer of Larwin Company, a land development and home building company, and an Audit Manager with Ernst & Young in Los Angeles. Mr. Wethe is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Urban Land Institute, the American Institute of CPA’s and the California Society of CPA’s. Education: University of Southern California, BS cum laude.