MILWAUKEE – Wangard Partners, Inc. (Wangard),a Milwaukee-based full-service real estate firm recently extended minority ownership stakes of the company to two employees: Jamie Wolski, VP of Property Management Operations and Devon Pittman, Legal Services Manager.
The two new members of the Wangard ownership group were identified for their contributions to the company’s success and their ability to move the company forward into the future. Wolski and Pittman join the minority ownership group to compliment current members Mark Lake, Megan Michuda, Julie Simcock and Landon Wirth – which includes majority shareholders Stewart Wangard, Matt Moroney, Burton Metz and Kyle Dieringer – and will be responsible for providing input on the strategic direction of the company.
“We’re very pleased to extend minority ownership of Wangard Partners to include these valuable members of our team,” said Matt Moroney, President & COO of Wangard Partners. “Their diligence, persistence, and sterling contributions have played a vital part of our company’s record year.”
Wangard is currently working on several large-scale developments in Oconomowoc, Franklin, Sussex, and Beechwood, OH in addition to other construction projects in Mount Pleasant, Milwaukee, Chippewa Falls and Madison.
About Wangard Partners, Inc.
In 1992, Wangard began with the intention of being a different kind of commercial real estate firm, one inspired by a true passion for development. Wangard builds for communities, with communities. Wangard continues to improve the landscape of Wisconsin, not only by developing high-quality, unique properties, but by creating opportunities for job growth to build a stronger economy. Wangard Partners is the largest minority-owned developer in the state and has been recognized by its peers as Developer of The Year by The Daily Reporter, for four consecutive years. Learn more at wangard.com.