Since joining Savills in 1987, Wendy has focused on providing real estate services on behalf of major tenants in Washington, DC and around the country with a focus on law firms, associations, nonprofits and corporations. Her expertise lies in her experience advising clients on creative thought leadership, market expertise, leveraging market intelligence and structuring transactions that best suit her clients’ unique objectives. She provides a broad range of services including build-to-suit transactions, lease deals, due diligence and acquisitions and dispositions. Wendy has most recently completed the first project in the world to achieve Platinum WELL and LEED certifications. She is sought after for her experience in negotiating leases that would enable tenants to pursue this new designation
Awards, Achievements and Activities
Wendy is active in numerous professional and service organizations. A graduate of Leadership Washington, she has been an active volunteer in the community, taking leadership roles on the boards of many organization including The Washington DC Chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), Bell Multi-Cultural High School and Jubilee Support Alliance. She has also been active in helping Year Up and College Tracks. She served as the president of the board of directors for IONA Senior Services and was the chair of membership for Tikkun Olam Women’s Foundation.
At present, Wendy is an active trustee of the Tikkun Olam Women’s Foundation, funding social change to benefit women and girls, the Board Advisors for IONA, the Board of Advisors of Sol Systems, Co-Chair of the Annual Gala for the Higher Achievement Program, and a member of the Capital Campaign Committee for the Round House Theatre.
Wendy was the honored recipient of several awards including most recently the Washington DC Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Association’s Brendan McCarthy Memorial Award, Women to Watch for Jewish Women International, Bisnow Power Series Women of Influence in Commercial Real Estate Award, and the Commercial Real Estate Women Lifetime Impact Award for Washington DC. She was also selected as a March of Dimes Heroine in real estate for her commitment to community service.
Emory University, Bachelor of Arts, Economics, Concentration in Art and History
- Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
- Dickstein Shapiro
- American Society of Interior Designers
- SPX Corporation
- Nonprofit & Associations
- Professional Services