Executive Officer
Oct 12, 5:00 PM
The Goldener Hirsch, Park City, UT

You attend meetings to network. At NAREIM, we honor the investment of your time by ensuring our networking, activities and content is focused on helping you build personal relationships with peers, who are facing the same challenges and opportunities as you. 

The NAREIM Executive Officer Meeting is just the place to build genuine relationships and friendships.

Taking place at the Goldener Hirsch, in Park City, UT, small group discussions and roundtable sessions will be the key to our content. 


We provide networking opportunities through content - and not just through breaks and lunches. Our focus is on friendship and discovering the personality behind the corporate name. And of course, NAREIM is about candid conversations. You come to NAREIM to learn - and share. NAREIM is about the sharing of best practice ideas, solutions, challenges and opinions. It's a place to explore new ideas among peers and friends. 

As we work to develop our roundtable and group discussion content, we are committed to ensuring your time is well-spent. We invite you to come join fellow executive officers.


Summary agenda:


October 12, 2022

  • 2pm-5.30pm: Group UTV driving activity and tour (optional)

  • 6pm-late: Networking dinner 

October 13, 2022

  • 6.45am-8am: Guided group hike (optional)

  • 8am-4.15pm: Meeting content, roundtables and peer discussions. See agenda below

  • 6pm-late: Networking dinner, Park City

October 14, 2022

  • 7:30am-9am: Breakfast and departure

  • 8am-9.30am: NAREIM Board of Directors annual meeting. Board members only


SPECIAL virtual discussion: 

Wednesday, October 5

  • 2pm-3pm: The VC outlook on capital markets

The world is volatile. But what’s happening in the venture capital market today? How do capital flows to the sector look and what is the (non-real estate) VC outlook for the economy over the next 1-3 years – and beyond? NAREIM members engage in an open Q&A with VC investors about the economy, the VC market, technology and innovation. Complimentary. Open to all Executive Officers within NAREIM. ​

  • Session leader: Josh Myerberg, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing



Wednesday, October 12

  • 2pm-5.30pm: Wasatch Mountain State Park guided UTV tour

  • 2pm: Depart the Goldener Hirsch for the Wasatch Mountain State Park

  • 2.30pm-5pm: NAREIM members will kick start the 2022 Executive Officer meeting driving utility task vehicles around the Wasatch Mountain State Park. The guided tour near Cascade Springs covers 25 miles of terrain and over 2,000 feet of elevation change. Members will drive in groups of 2 to 6. The group driver must have a valid US drivers license.

  • 6pm-late: Networking dinner at the Goldener Hirsch hotel

Thursday, October 13

  • 6.30am-7.45am: Guided group hike

Meet at the Goldener Hirsch lobby for a short guided hike in Deer Valley. The hike will last one hour, with return to the hotel by no later than 8am. Note, all activities are optional.​

  • 8am-9am: Breakfast


  • 9am: Welcome comments

    • NAREIM CEO, Zoe Hughes

    • Outgoing NAREIM Chair Ryan Krauch, Executive Director, USAA Real Estate

    • Incoming NAREIM Chair Josh Myerberg, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing 

  • 9.15am: What’s on your mind?

    • Session leaders:

      • Ryan Krauch, Executive Director, USAA Real Estate

      • Josh Myerberg, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing


  • 10am: Organizational development

How do you think about organizational development and the long-term growth of your business? We’re not talking succession planning here, but how you as leaders find the right balance of staffing and career development for your teams, when you’re barely able to fill open positions today.

  • Session leaders:

  • Julie Ingersoll, Co-CIO, CBRE Investment Management

  • Bryan Thornton, Partner, PCCP

  • Org Dev: Session 1: Incentivizing existing teams

During an expert presentation and whole room Q&A, we discuss ownership, points and spreading the economics across seniority and functional groups and understand where the creativity its occurring in terms of compensation, carry allocations, non-tangible compensation and org structure. Group question: are you competitive enough to retain talent?

  • Speaker: Erin Green, Managing Director, Ferguson Partners


  • 11am: Break


  • 11.15am: Organizational development continued

  • Org Dev: Session 2: New products and staffing. What’s next for the firm?

In roundtable groups, we ask where do you see the need for new products, new functional groups, and new roles? What new ideas are you or will you need to invest in over the next 5 years? What will you increasingly outsource?

  • 12pm: Retail distribution and the Metaverse: A Jamestown case study

Jamestown is developing in the Metaverse, providing tenants with a digital presence of their physical assets to help them brand and sell products. They also operate Jamestown Invest, a direct-to-consumer, digital syndication platform which has $13bn of AUM. Jamestown is helping the industry push the boundaries of what it means to be a real estate investment manager. They join NAREIM members to ask what’s next?

  • Speaker: Michael Phillips, President, Jamestown

  • Session leader: Brandon Sedloff, Managing Director, Juniper Square


  • 12.30pm: Lunch


  • 1.30pm: The E of ESG – organizational strategies for getting to Net Zero

As you face mounting questions on ESG from institutional investors, and the need to benchmark your operations and assets to multiple, if not dozens, of different frameworks, NAREIM members hear from real estate peers about strategies on ESG and Net Zero – and learn from each other where the market currently is today and where they must remain competitive to not fall behind in the ESG race.

  • ​Speaker: Joe Margolis, CEO, ExtraSpace

  • Session leaders:

  • Pritesh Patel, Head of US Real Estate, Manulife Investment Management

  • Joseph Munoz, Americas Co-CIO, LaSalle Investment Management

  • 2.45pm: Break


  • 3pm: Leadership skills workshop

Executive coaches work with members during a hands-on workshop focused on executive officer professional development and skills training. This is about your personal development, not the firm’s. Experts provide insights into leadership skills, tactics, communication skills and empowerment of you as leaders in your field.


  • ​4.15pm: End of meeting


  • 6pm-late: Networking dinner, downtown Park City. Transportation will be provided


Friday, October 14

  • 7:30am-9am: Breakfast and departure

  • 8am:9.30am: NAREIM Board of Directors' annual meeting. Board members only

Reserve your room

NAREIM has reserved a limited number of rooms and suites at the Goldener Hirsch Hotel, Deer Valley.


Goldener Hirsch Hotel, Auberge Resorts

7570 Royal St.

Park City, UT 84060

Rooms are allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Rooms available include single rooms, junior suites as well as one and two-bed suites. All rooms are available at two discounted rates:


  • $425 per night: One-bed suites and single rooms

  • $795 per night: Two-bed residences, including two separate bedrooms, kitchen, living and dining spaces.

    • Note there are only 5 two-bed residences available for booking

    • All rates are exclusive of taxes and resort fees

Book rooms here:

  • Online: Click the button below

  • Phone: Call the hotel at 435-571-0046 

Additional hotel rooms are available at the following hotels. NAREIM does not have a room block at other hotels:

Stein Eriksen Lodge (1-min away)

The Chateaux (1-min away)

Vacation rentals: Black Bear Lodge by Abode (1-min away)

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2022 pLanning committee members

Chair: Ryan Krauch, USAA Real Estate

Co-Chair: Josh Myerberg, Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing

Co-Chair: Kristin Renaudin, Stockbridge Capital 

Committee Members:

Julie Ingersoll, CBRE Investment Management

​Brandon Sedloff, Juniper Square

Joseph Munoz, LaSalle Investment Management

Pritesh Patel, Manulife Investment Management

Bryan Thornton, PCCP

Steve Iorio, Prospect Ridge

Mike Chase, STAG Industrial

Deb Smith, The CenterCap Group

ESG consultant directories

Compensation & benefits: pulse surveys

Property manager scorecards

NAREIM meetings are not just about peer-to-peer networking

They also deliver real intelligence you can act upon

Past agendas



NAREIM meetings are open to NAREIM members only and their guests. For further information on attending meeting or other NAREIM discussions, please contact Zoe Hughes, CEO. Please note that any executive who is not a NAREIM member, guest of a member or working in the real estate investment management industry will not be admitted to NAREIM events. NAREIM reserves the right to decline any registration. By registering for NAREIM events, you are consenting to NAREIM’s privacy policy.