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Maleta J. Brown - IREM Regional Vice President

Maleta J. Brown, CPM
2018-2019 IREM Regional Vice President
Region 9 (IL, MN, WI)
Hertz Investment Group, LLC
Milwaukee, WI

Maleta Brown, CPM, is the 2018-2019 Regional Vice President for the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) for Region 9, encompassing chapters in Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin.  Brown is the Senior Property Manager with Hertz Investment Group, LLC in Milwaukee, WI.  She manages 100 East Wisconsin Avenue, a 35-story high-rise office tower located in the central business district of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  In this role, she is responsible for all aspects of the building’s operations including tenant relations, contracted services and building maintenance.

Brown has been very active in Milwaukee’s real estate community for the past 25 years.  Her experience spans all facets of real estate management, including office, multi-family housing, affordable housing and retail management.

Brown joined IREM in 2004 and earned her CPM designation in 2006. Her IREM service includes 2010 President of the IREM Milwaukee Chapter No. 13, IREM Ethics Committee National Chair, and most recently she served in the position of National Executive Committee member.  Maleta is the 2017 President of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Wisconsin, serving on their Board of Directors for the past 5 years.

Brown attended the University of Wisconsin and is a licensed Wisconsin Realtor.  She resides in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.

Brown is a member of the IREM Milwaukee Chapter.

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