Effective November 24, 2021, Modiv closed its Regulation A crowdfunding offering. Check back for investor updates and information in the coming months.
Our board of directors brings the foremost experts in real estate investment and industry leading corporate governance together to deliver on Modiv’s relentless commitment to putting investors first and maximizing shareholder value. Having served on the boards at some of the most well-known, well-respected companies in the real estate industry, including CBRE, Move, Inc. (operator of Realtor.com), Spirit Realty Capital, Inc., and Equity Commonwealth, among many others, our board of directors brings its unparalleled industry knowledge to the challenge of building a REIT that makes real estate investing attainable for everyone.
Mr. Wirta has a passion for cutting-edge real estate strategies which has infused his career with innovations, and in this role as the chairman of the board, he brings to Modiv an unparalleled talent for uncovering opportunities and delivering shareholder value.
He is also the former chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CBRE Group, Inc., a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company that is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm. Mr. Wirta most recently served as corporate President of Irvine Company, retiring in 2019. Previous positions include Chief Executive Officer for Koll Management Services and The Bolsa Chica Company.
Adam S. Markman
Mr. Markman has deep experience leading investment initiatives for real estate investment trusts.
He has served as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Equity Commonwealth, a REIT primarily investing in office properties, since July 2014. From 1994 to 2014, Mr. Markman was Managing Director of Green Street Advisors, Inc., a real estate research firm, where he headed the firm's consulting and advisory practice.
Curtis B. McWilliams
Mr. McWilliams is a real estate industry veteran with over 25 years of experience in finance and real estate.
He retired from his position as President and Chief Executive Officer of CNL Real Estate Advisors, Inc. in 2010 after serving in the role since 2007. Mr. McWilliams was also the President and Chief Executive Officer of Trustreet Properties Inc. from 1997 to 2007, and a director of the company from 2005 to 2007.
Thomas H. Nolan, Jr.
Mr. Nolan has been a director of WashREIT since 2015 and previously served as Chief Executive Officer of Spirit Realty Capital, Inc. From 2005 to 2010, Mr. Nolan was a member of the senior management team that led the emergence from bankruptcy of General Growth Properties, Inc., which included the restructuring of $15.0 billion in project-level debt, payment in full of all of GGP’s pre-petition creditors and the securing of $6.8 billion in equity commitments.
Mr. Randolph brings 25 years of investment experience to our REIT, where he has served on our board of directors and chair of the audit committee since 2016.
He was an independent director and audit committee chair of BRIX REIT, Inc. and was an independent trust manager of affiliated REIT I from 2014 to 2019. From 2002 through 2007 and then again from 2010 through March 2017, Mr. Randolph served as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Compliance Officer for Affinity Investment Advisors, LLC, a firm specializing in U.S. stock exchange investments that was purchased by Morgan Stanley Investment Management.
Mr. Hanauer is principal of Combined Investments, LLC and affiliated companies, which invest in commercial, office, medical, and residential real estate as well as real estate related businesses.
He is Chairman of the Move, Inc. Global Advisory Board, operator of Realtor.com, where he negotiated the sale of the company to News Corp. Previously, as Chairman of Grubb & Ellis, he led the financial restructuring of the company, shedding all debt and returning the company to profitability. Prior to forming Combined Investments, Mr. Hanauer was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, where, under his direction, revenues grew to nearly $1 billion annually.