Todd comes to Edison47 with over 31 years of comprehensive experience in all aspects of multi-family portfolio operations. He brings strong financial-analysis skills, a growth-oriented outlook, and a need to exercise sound and ethical business practices. An expert in his field, he has managed large portfolios of up to 20,000 residential units across 300 communities in multiple states.
A natural mentor, Todd welcomes the opportunity to foster, support and build strong relationships with team members and clients alike. He realizes his team is what makes Edison47 stand out from the crowd and is proud at how cohesively they work together to successfully meet client goals.
Todd’s goal for Edison47 is to build upon the very foundation by which it was created. Focusing on innovative technology, anticipating future market needs, investing in resident satisfaction, and maintaining strong, long-term tenancy are the very cornerstones of Edison47. Together, as a resourceful team, Edison47 will continue to innovate, always striving to enhance the very processes keeping Edison47 at the forefront of the industry.
Jered brings more than 15 years of company and division building experience to his role as the Director of Business Development. He is responsible for providing strategic direction and oversight for Edison47’s tech initiatives, asset development, and resident solutions. Jered also serves as a consultant to commercial construction for multi-family projects in multiple areas, including but not limited to, amenity design, communications, fitness equipment and property access control systems.
Jered’s experience expands across the Pacific Northwest and includes multiple lease-ups and repositioning projects. Prior to joining Edison47, Jered served various roles within the multifamily industry including Community Manager, Portfolio Manager and Director of Multifamily Systems. For Jered, fleshing out ideas and working with the Edison47 team to bring ideas to life is his favorite way to delight both renters and investors.
In Jered’s opinion, Edison47 is different because “the attention to detail we give every aspect of our product management makes us stand out. Very few management companies have the wealth of individual knowledge that we are equipped with.”
Tom comes to Edison47 with 18 plus years of experience in all facets of multifamily operations, expansion, and improvement. Prior to joining Edison47 at its inception, Tom began his journey in Los Angeles with the Lyon Management Group at an ocean front asset in Marina del Rey. Soon after, he became a Regional Manager that led to property oversight in Los Angeles and Atlanta. Several years later he expanded his repertoire with Alliant Real Estate Investments where he handled the re-positioning of poor performing properties, stabilized income growth, overseeing third-party management, created and started capital projects and was responsible for the overall financial viability of these assets. These focuses were spread across 11 states with a total of 22 communities that consisted of tax credit, multi-family, and 95 single-family homes. In these roles, he was able to gain many perspectives of ownership and investment strategies, providing insight to maximizing profitability in multi-family assets. Tom also had the opportunity to regionally guide 1,850 apartment homes throughout the greater Los Angeles area with MG Properties before relocating back to Washington State.
In all areas of daily operation, Tom’s attention to financial responsibility, cost control and driving revenue is evident in high performance year over year NOI growth. In Tom’s opinion, Edison47 is different because “We’ve cut out the red tape so we can accomplish more in a short period. There is no bureaucracy to slow things down. We all work as a team and can work together proactively on any asset regardless of who is assigned to manage it.”
Tom is a native of Washington State and has been elated to be back in the Pacific Northwest doing what he does best.
Jacky comes to Edison47 with over two decades of experience as a proven multifamily management professional. Jacky specializes in the management of both lease-up and stabilized properties. Under the Edison47 brand, she has managed and been a part of several Class A multifamily properties totaling 672 units.
A natural problem solver, Jacky thrives on setting and achieving goals. Jacky enjoys the dynamic of working with both renters and investors because of the different challenges that each group brings to the table. With renters, Jacky most enjoys working with people from different walks of life and discovering their unique perspectives. With investors, Jacky likes looking at the business through their eyes.
In Jacky’s opinion, Edison47 is different because it’s “always evolving. We embrace the elements of change and value our team members. Our team is the center point of all that we do and help guide the decisions we make every day.”
Lauren started off in the industry in 2009 at an REIT property management company before joining the Edison47 team in 2013. A natural team player, Lauren’s favorite aspect of her job is working with the rest of the team. Collaborating with the team and the mutual support when things are difficult makes all the difference for Lauren. Opportunities for teamwork and growth stand out to Lauren as pivotal moments over the years at Edison47. For Lauren, the best part about working with renters is finding them the perfect place to live and building a rapport. When working with investors, Lauren gets a lot of satisfaction out of making investors proud of all that the team was able to accomplish together.
In Lauren’s opinion, Edison47 is different because of “the communication and openness they have for their team. Edison47 has been that company where if you need something they are always there for you. I want to be able to grow with Edison 47 and be able to always give my best to the company.”
LeAnne joins the Edison47 team with 14 years of accounting experience. When working with renters and investors, it’s the variety that keeps LeAnne engaged—no two stories are ever the same. Despite what you may think, accounting is not “all numbers all the time.” At Edison47, LeAnne most enjoys problem solving and leading a team.
For LeAnne, Edison47 is different because it is a small boutique management company that truly feels more like a family
Stefany Campbell is Director of Employee Engagement and is responsible for creating a culture of positive impact for Edison47’s employees. She develops training strategies, fosters engagement, and recognizes employees to help alleviate workplace struggles and enhance each employee’s overall well-being. Stefany has been with Edison47 for seven years. Prior to that, she worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant before leaving to start a family. With a continued desire to make a difference in people’s lives, Stefany was later drawn to the property-management industry. In 2021, Stefany was nominated for Property Manager of the Year (300+ units) by the Washington Multi-Family Housing Association. Year after year, Stefany’s properties win awards for highest NOI Growth, Community-Service Outreach, and Highest Rent Growth.
Stefany is inspired daily by her husband and four children. She especially strives to be a good role model for her two daughters by showing them what it looks like to be a successful working woman. In her free time, Stefany can be found regularly working out virtually on her Oculus Quest.
In Stefany’s opinion, Edison47 is special because “we are a group of passionate individuals who care about what we do. A small team of experts is much easier to work for than a large (but mediocre) team.”
George Manguru is Edison47’s Regional Maintenance Supervisor and is responsible for overseeing maintenance operations, associate-maintenance training and serves as the company’s Safety Coordinator. George has been in the maintenance industry for 21 years and first studied electrical engineering in Kenya-East Africa. He spent the following nine years working as an Electrician and further trained in the disciplines of plumbing, mechanical and property maintenance. Shortly after relocating to the United States, George started with Edison47 as a Maintenance Technician and due to his hard work, willingness to learn and love for his job, rose through the ranks. A natural problem solver, George completed projects to conserve energy at various properties resulting in significant savings to Edison47. In 2016, George was also selected as an Emerald awards finalist for Best Maintenance Supervisor by the Washington Multi-Family Housing Association.
In his spare time, George enjoys volunteering in his church, watching movies, riding his bicycle, and playing basketball. George is inspired daily by his loving family and strives to instill in his two sons the belief his parents instilled in him: If you always have the will to work hard and not to give up, the way will always find you.
In George’s opinion, Edison47 is special because “we are a family that cares for and helps one another grow and achieve our career goals.”