Steve Selig, President and Chairman of the Board of Selig Enterprises, Inc. has been active in the commercial real estate arena since 1968. In addition to real estate, Steve has a passion for education in the State of Georgia. He currently serves on the Board of Westminster Schools, and he has previously served on the Boards of: The University of Georgia Foundation, the Georgia State University Council, Spelman College, the Lovett Schools, the Atlanta Ballet, and the Woodruff Arts Center. In 1996 Steve was presented with the Salute to Excellence Award for his involvement at Morehouse College. Steve has also championed important healthcare research and advancement. Steve has served on the Advisory Board of: the Shepherd Center, the Board of Camp Sunshine, and the Leukemia Society Board. Steve has also served as a Founding member of Camp Twin Lakes and as the President of the National Kidney Foundation.
Steve knows the importance of economic development. From 1976 to 1980 Steve served as President Carter’s Chief liaison with the business community. His family endowed the Selig Center of Economic Development at the University of Georgia. He served on the Board of Commissioners of the Atlanta Housing Authority, and he was a Board Member of the Atlanta Council for International Visitors.
Steve is a true leader and a pillar in the community. In 2014, he was awarded with the Council for Quality Growth’s Four Pillar Award, and from 2007 to 2011 the Atlanta Business Chronicle awarded him with the Best in Atlanta Real Estate for the 12th and Midtown project. From 1995 to 1998 Steve was President of the Atlanta Jewish Federation.
Steve received a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Georgia.
Cathy Selig is co-owner and Senior Vice President of Selig Enterprises. She is the third generation of the Selig family to be involved in the business founded by her grandfather Ben Massell. Since her employment with Selig Enterprises, Inc. in 1987, Cathy has been involved with all aspects of day-to-day operations, including leasing, implementing new development projects and generating ideas for Retail Leasing. She is supportive of personnel and maintains an “open door” policy, always making herself available to help. Cathy also serves as an Ambassador of Goodwill for the Selig family through her active community involvement.
Cathy is actively involved in various business and professional organizations, including International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and Midtown Business Alliance. She was Campaign Chairman for the Ben Massell Clinic, and served on the Executive Board of the High Museum. She is also a graduate of Leadership Atlanta, class of 1992.
In addition to her leadership roles with Professional organizations, Cathy is actively involved in many aspects of the community. She is, or was on the Boards of Midtown Business Alliance, High Museum of Art, Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, The Temple, University of Georgia Museum of Art and Jewish Family and Career Services. She is past Vice President of the American Jewish Committee and has served as Campaign Chair and President of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Women’s Division. She is assuming the role of Campaign Chairwoman for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta in 2012. During her tenure at Selig Enterprises, Inc., Cathy was honored by the Davis Academy at their dinner of honor and was a recipient of the Jewish Federation of North America’s Woman of Achievement award. She also received The Selig Service Award in 2009 by the American Jewish Committee.
Cathy’s real love, however, is her family: her husband Steve; her children Bryan and Amy, Greg and Erica; and her grandchildren Daniel, Lindsey, Gabrielle and Harrison.
Jo Ann serves as Senior Vice President and has been employed with Selig Enterprises since 2005. In this role, she is responsible for Acquisitions, Development and Project Finance. Jo Ann currently serves as a Kennesaw State Foundation Trustee, Chair of the Nominating Committee, and is on the Chairman's Cabinet, Executive Committee, and Finance Committee. Additionally, she serves on the Capital Improvements Committee for the Piedmont Park Conservancy as well as an Urban Plan Mentor for the Urban Land Institute.
Previously, Jo Ann served as founding Executive Director and President of the UGA Real Estate Foundation, Inc. The non-profit was created to acquire, develop and finance real estate projects for the University of Georgia. During her five-year tenure, she acquired, developed and financed more than $200 million in real estate assets.
Prior to that, Jo Ann was Senior Vice President of iStar Financial [NYSE:SFI] the successor company of the 1999 merger of TriNet Corporate Realty Trust and Starwood Financial, Inc. She was responsible for the leasing, dispositions and acquisition underwriting of the company’s $30 million sf equity portfolio valued at approximately $2.5 billion. Jo Ann Chitty received her undergraduate and MBA degrees from Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida.
Bonnie Dean serves as Vice President, Director of Construction and has been employed with Selig Enterprises since 1994. She has over 28 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, specializing in mixed-use, retail, office and industrial development.
During her tenure with Selig, Bonnie has been instrumental in managing construction projects on over 2,500,000 square feet of new development with the development cost of approximately $100,000,000. These developments include Brookwood Place, The Terraces at Windward, Crystal Beach Plaza, Buckhead Triangle, Dunwoody Place, Mansell Point, City Crossing, 231 West Ponce De Leon, Presidential Commons, Sherwood Plaza, Corporate Lakes I & II and many property renovations. She is currently overseeing the development of 12th and Midtown, a premier mixed-use development in midtown Atlanta and a 300-acre mixed-use development in LaGrange, Georgia.
Bonnie holds a Georgia Real Estate Salesperson license, is a member of International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and has her degree in Business from Lake Land/University of Illinois.
Dennis is the Senior Property Manager and has been with the company since 1993. With a BA from St. Meinrad College, Indiana, and a twenty-five year career in construction and facility management, including an eight-year term with General Electric Medical Systems, Dennis initially joined Selig as its tenant improvements construction manager.
As Senior Property Manager at Selig Enterprises Inc., Dennis has built and provided leadership to a Property Management staff that includes six Property Managers, two Administrative Assistants, and a field team of sixteen Maintenance personnel. This department provides fiscal responsibility for operating expenditures in excess of $22,000,000 per year. While managing the day-to-day operations of maintaining 10 million square feet of property, Dennis has initiated programs and procedures to economically maintain roof systems, fire protection systems and standard facility operations.
Shirley Gouffon, Senior Vice President, of Selig Enterprises, Inc., has an extensive background in commercial real estate development and leasing.
Shirley's focus in the industry and area of expertise is in the retail arena. In her role as Senior Vice President of 12th & Midtown, a 25-acre,5 billion dollar mixed use development in Midtown, Atlanta, Shirley is responsible for the Retail Component, which is being developed in seven phases and will ultimately feature over 500,000 square feet of flagship quality retail space. To date, Shirley has been instrumental in bringing an impressive line-up of national tenants to Midtown, including CB2, STK, Cucina Asellina, RA Sushi, Ri Ra Irish Pub, Exhale Spa, Mi Cocina, Ribalta, Max’s Wine Dive, Princi Italia and Steel. All of these tenants have been thoughtfully targeted for their unique appeal to the Atlanta market in general as well as their compatibility with the dynamic Midtown demographic.
In addition to overseeing a portion of Selig's retail portfolio, Shirley has periodically accepted third-party assignments with nationally acclaimed landlords, developers and retailers.
During her tenure at Selig, Shirley has been actively involved with various professional and real estate trade organizations including International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), where she has served as Chairman of the Southeast Conference; the Real Estate Group of Atlanta (REGA), where she held a board position for three consecutive years; Commercial Real Estate Women of Atlanta (CREW-Atlanta) where she is a Past President and held a board position for six consecutive years; and National Association of Office Industrial Properties (NAIOP) where she was named a Top Five Producer – Retail Category for seven consecutive years.
Considered an industry leader, Shirley has consistently maintained a commitment to excellence in all aspects of the commercial real estate profession.
Bob is Executive Vice President of Selig Enterprises, Inc., and Vice President of AAA Parking. He has been with Selig since 1972 and his responsibilities include development, finance, acquisition and disposition of real properties. Bob has been involved in the development of parking facilities, shopping centers, warehouses, apartments and other commercial properties.
Bob holds a MBA and BBA in Real Estate and Finance from Georgia State University and Juris Doctorate from Woodrow Wilson College of Law.
He is a licensed Georgia real estate broker and member of the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Jim Saine currently serves as Vice President, Office and Industrial, and has been with Selig Enterprises, Inc. since 1992. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he majored in Marketing and Finance. In 1984 he joined Synco Properties, Inc., a Charlotte, North Carolina based Real Estate Syndicator. As District Vice President and later as Regional Vice President, Jim was involved in all aspects of this business, with particular emphasis on leasing and property management for Office Properties located in Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee. In his current role, Jim holds direct leasing responsibilities for over 1,200,000 square feet of office and 2,500,000 square feet of industrial space. He has consistently maintained exceptionally high occupancy and his notable projects include assisting in the identification and acquisition of 1.015 million square feet of industrial space in the West Midtown / Chattahoochee submarket.
Jim has been a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) since 1992 and holds a Broker's License in Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee. His industry affiliations include the National Association of Office Properties (NAIOP), CORENET Gobal and CCIM Georgia Chapter.
Mindy Selig is a Leasing Associate at Selig Enterprises and has been with the company since 1997. She is currently responsible for helping lease Selig's 4,000,000 square foot retail portfolio.
Mindy has been involved in the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors, where she was named a Top 5 Producer in 1996; International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), and Commercial Real Estate Women of Atlanta (CREW). Prior to working at Selig Enterprises, Inc., Mindy was employed by Cushman & Wakefield and Branch / Regency in a Retail Leasing capacity.
Mindy is actively involved in many aspects of the community and serves on the Boards of Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta (JFGA), The Davis Academy and Camp Sunshine. As Development Chair for The Davis Academy, she received recognition for being instrumental in helping to raise over one million dollars for the school.
Scott Selig, Vice President, Acquisitions and Development graduated in 1993 from the University of Arizona with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate. He attained his MBA from the University of Georgia in Real Estate and Strategic Management. Scott also received his CCIM designation in June of 2002.
He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors, Midtown Alliance, Buckhead Community Improvement District and the Buckhead Coalition. His leadership role in charitable and community involvement includes serving on the Board of Directors for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, the Ron Clark Academy, Camp Twin Lakes as well as many City Committees. During his tenure at Selig Enterprises, Inc., Scott has been the recipient of such prestigious awards as The State of Georgia Outstanding Citizen Recognition Award, Atlanta Business Chronicle's "40 under 40" To Watch and most recently the recipient of the President’s Award from the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors.
Scott works in all facets of Selig Enterprises, Inc. including office, industrial and retail leasing as well as acquisitions and development. Scott has been employed with Selig since 2000.
Ronald J. Stein is a Certified Public Accountant. He serves as the Chief Financial Officer of Selig Enterprises, Inc. and the Treasurer of Selig Parking, Inc. d/b/a AAA Parking. Ron has been with the Company since 1993. His duties include supervision of all financial, operational and tax matters for the Company and its subsidiaries.
Prior to joining Selig, Ron was the Managing Partner of Bach, James, Mansour & Co., P.C., a local Atlanta C.P.A. firm. At Bach James, he supervised accounting work for Selig Enterprises for 18 years and provided tax, accounting, estate planning, and business consulting services for the company, as well as for a variety of businesses, non-profit organizations and individual clients.
He is active with several professional organizations including the Georgia Society of C.P.A.'s and its Real Estate Division, the American Institute of C.P.A.'s, the International Council of Shopping Centers and the Real Estate Investment Advisory Council of Atlanta (REIAC).
Ron attended the University of Florida where he received a B. S. degree in Accounting.
Bill Stogner, Senior Vice President, graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Land Development. Bill has been employed by Selig Enterprises, Inc. since 1976 and has worked in all facets of leasing, including office, industrial and retail.
During his career, he has been active in various professional and trade organizations, most notably as Southeast Program Chairman for ICSC in 1993 and as State Director for ICSC from 1994-1997.
Bill’s primary responsibility is to lease Selig’s existing retail portfolio and to assist with the development and acquisition of new retail centers.
Kent Walker serves as Vice President and has been employed with Selig Enterprises since 1977. In this position, Kent is responsible for the leasing of Selig’s 5,000,000 square foot Industrial Portfolio. Kent, on occasion, also represents third parties in a brokerage capacity.
Kent is actively involved with several professional organizations: he is an Associate Member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), has served on the NAIOP Forum for Industrial Development, and is an Affiliate Member of the Society of Industrial Office Realtors (SIOR). Kent has also been recognized as a million dollar producer by NAIOP for several years. Additionally, he serves as a Board Member for the Fulton Industrial Community Improvement District.
Kent has received an A.A. in General Studies from Georgia Military College, a BBA with a major in Real Estate from Georgia State University and a JD from Atlanta Law School. Kent is a member of the Georgia Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
Kenneth J. Clayman serves as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Selig Enterprises, Inc.Mr. Clayman holds a Juris Doctorate from The Emory University School of Law and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School. He has been a member of the State Bar of Georgia since 1993. Mr. Clayman has extensive commercial real estate experience in the retail, office, industrial and mixed-use areas. He has served as lead counsel in the development of numerous major shopping centers and mixed use developments. He oversees all aspects of the commercial development of from raw land acquisition through financing, construction, operation and sale, including the negotiation and drafting of all related documentation.
Mr. Clayman has a wide array of commercial leasing experience in all areas and specifically has significant experience in negotiating national big box retail lease transactions throughout the United States.
Mr. Clayman has authored several articles related to shopping center development and leasing, and, is a frequent speaker at ICSC events.