Sandy is a Managing Director based out of 20/20 Foresight’s Atlanta office. He brings 20 years of experience as a commercial real estate professional to his new role, including national leadership positions in real estate market research and thought leadership. He has strong relationships with real estate owners, developers, brokerage professionals, and private equity firms, as well as with notable industry associations.
Prior to joining 20/20 Foresight, Sandy served as Senior Managing Director of National Research for Newmark, leading the firm’s national research platform. In that role, he acquired talent for and managed a team of more than 70 market analysts. Sandy led Newmark’s national thought leadership function, supervising the publication of dozens of studies on key trends shaping the office, industrial, multifamily, retail, and hospitality sectors. He also created, produced, and keynoted Newmark’s national conference series, BenchMarks, and served as a spokesperson for the firm on research matters. During his six years at Newmark, Sandy also led the firm’s Mid-Atlantic research practice and provided market overviews to dozens of major real estate investment firms as well as to public officials.
Before his tenure with Newmark, Sandy served as Executive Vice President of Delta Associates, a commercial real estate information and consulting firm. He handled strategy, business development, and branding matters for the firm in addition to hiring and evaluating staff. He also has served as a featured columnist on real estate market trends for Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News.
Sandy is a member of the Counselors of Real Estate (CRE), the land economics honor society Lambda Alpha, and the Urban Land Institute (ULI). He also has guest lectured in the real estate graduate programs at Georgetown University and George Mason University.
Sandy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Dartmouth College and a Master of Public Policy degree from Duke University’s Sanford Institute of Public Policy.