Corvias Campus Living Appoints New Vice President
East Greenwich, R.I.—Corvias Group, a privately-owned, vertically-integrated real estate solutions group, announced today that Geoff Eisenacher has been named a vice president of business development for Corvias Campus Living, the company’s student housing division.
In this position, Eisenacher will coordinate all phases of the business development process, manage contract negotiation, and partner with Corvias leadership to increase the understanding and effectiveness of business objectives. He will also be responsible for conducting research and identifying potential strategic partnerships to support the expansion of Corvias Campus Living.
Eisenacher brings almost 20 years of experience in student housing to Corvias. He most recently served as vice president of business development for Asset Campus Housing, a student housing management and development firm with a portfolio that consists of more than 90 properties across the country. While at Asset Campus Housing, Eisenacher was responsible for establishing relationships and identifying new management opportunities. Eisenacher also previously held the position of assistant vice president of business development at Campus Living Villages, a national provider of privatized management and development of on-campus student housing that owns and manages more than 44,000 beds spanning more than 20 states and four countries. He created and managed the asset management division and served as a project manager, resulting in large scale renovations to student housing communities, as well as the expansion and implementation of Campus Living Villages’ strategic planning. Throughout his career, Eisenacher has been involved in the management, development and acquisition of more than $1 billion worth of student housing.
Eisenacher graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in business administration. Additionally, Eisenacher is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the state of Texas.Tags: executive transitions