Liberty Property Trust today announced that Megan Creecy-Herman has joined the company as director of leasing and development.
Creecy-Herman will be responsible for marketing the portfolio and working on existing and future development projects throughout the Valley.
Creecy-Herman comes to Liberty from EJM Development Co., where she held various positions in leasing, acquisitions and development. That company specializes in the acquisition of unimproved land and the development and management of commercial/industrial projects in California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.
“I’m extremely pleased to announce the addition of Megan to our Arizona team,” said John DiVall, senior vice president and city manager, Liberty Property Trust. “I met Megan through some of our mutual NAIOP responsibilities and was very impressed. She will play an integral role in helping me continue to grow our portfolio.”
In 2009, Creecy-Herman was the founding chairperson of NAIOP Arizona’s Developing Leaders Group for commercial real estate professionals age 35 and under. That year she was a recipient of first the NAIOP Arizona Chapter Developing Leaders Award and then the NAIOP National Developing Leaders Award.
In 2010, she became the youngest person elected to the NAIOP Arizona Chapter Board of Directors. She has also served as the co-chair of the NAIOP National Developing Leaders Diversity Task Force.
A graduate of Arizona State University, Creecy-Herman earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business. She recently received her Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Arizona.
Creecy-Herman continues to serve on the NAIOP Arizona Chapter Board of Directors and the NAIOP National Industry Trends Task Force. She is an active member of the Junior League of Phoenix Leadership Team, and the Arizona State University Real Estate Alumni Club.