NAI Daus has hired commercial real estate veteran and financial strategist, Ms. Suzanne Hamilton, as Vice President of Finance. Hamilton has more than two decades of experience and results analyzing business opportunities and developing valuations on commercial projects.
“Suzanne’s broad experience and proven track record are exceptionally valuable to our firm and, more importantly, to our clients,” said Robert Brehmer, managing partner of NAI Daus. He added, “She brings a rare talent mix: top-notch financial analyst, seasoned relationships, portfolio management and investment acumen. She’s a true commercial real estate executive and perfect for NAI Daus’ goal to enhance our client’s investing experience.”
Hamilton will oversee evaluating prospective and existing project opportunities for investors and clients, analyzing a property’s financial performance and value. Key responsibilities include maximizing investment portfolios, evaluating funding solutions, and helping position the firm for its next level of business growth by maximizing deal performances.
“NAI Daus’ extraordinary practice, commitment to client service, and flawless execution on all deals are perfectly aligned with both my professional expertise and personal passions,” said Hamilton. “I am thrilled to join such a distinct team of professionals, to further cultivate relationships with clients and strengthen NAI Daus’ well-established presence within the commercial real estate community.”
Hamilton is a frequent guest lecturer for the College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University on commercial real estate financing and marketing. She is past president and member of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and serves on the Advisory Council for CREW and the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA). Hamilton’s work has won numerous accolades, including a YWCA’s Women of Professional Excellence Award as well as two Member of the Year Awards and one Exceptional Leadership Award from CREW. Hamilton serves on the national Board of Governors for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and the HRC Cleveland Steering Committee. She earned a Master of Business Administration in Finance and Marketing from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Business, Administration/Finance from Otterbein College.