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Business Observer Friday, Feb. 21, 2020 1 month ago

Generation Income adds two board members

Betsy Peck and Stuart Eisenberg bring number of directors at net lease company to four
by: Kevin McQuaid Commercial Real Estate Editor

Generation Income Properties Inc., a nascent Tampa-based real estate investment trust focused on the acquisition of net-lease properties, has added a pair of independent directors to its board.

Betsy Peck most recently worked as COO, markets, for commercial real estate brokerage and services firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) prior to her retirement. There, she managed a $2 billion operation comprising leasing, property management, capital markets and development services activities.

Peck, who has more than three decades of commercial real estate experience with JLL and The Staubach Co., will chair the governance committee on Generation Income’s board and be a member of its audit committee.

Stuart Eisenberg, a certified public accountant, recently retired as a partner of BDO USA LLP, one of the world’s largest accounting practices. While at BDO, Eisenberg was the firm’s national real estate and construction industry practice leader and a member of its international real estate and construction steering committee.

He also has worked closely with early-stage REITs. Eisenberg will chair Generation Income’s audit committee and be a part of its compensation committee as a member of the company’s board.

“Their impressive backgrounds speak for themselves and it is a privilege to be able to take advice, guidance and counsel from them as we continue to grow the company,” says Generation Income President and CEO David Sobelman, in a statement.

Prior to the appointment of Eisenberg and Peck, Generation Income’s board was staffed by Ten Capital Management CEO Benjamin Adams and AIG Global Risk Solutions’ Patrick Quilty.





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