Multi-Housing Executives Update: For Rent Media Solutions Promotes Terry Slattery to President, and Other Moves

By Erika Schnitzer, Associate Editor Norfolk, Va.—Terry Slattery has been promoted to president of For Rent Media Solutions, a resource for searching apartments nationwide. In this position, Slattery will oversee all aspects of print, Internet, production and operations for the company’s publications and Websites, including, For Rent Magazine, Apartamentos Para Rentar, and After 55 Housing and Resource Guide.Slattery has worked in the multifamily industry since 1993, when he joined For Rent Magazine as account executive. Since then, he has held the positions of national marketing director, vice president of marketing, and vice president of national sales and marketing.He assisted with the execution of LEADS, a multifamily tracking service, and is credited with heading up the group that created In 2007, Slattery was appointed chairman of the National Supplier’s Council, co-chairing the National Apartment Association Education Conference and Convention and overseeing the development of the Council.ka Adds Three Principals to Its Team Cleveland—ka, an architecture firm whose services include site and land planning, interior architecture, landscape architecture and environmental graphic design, has hired three new principals: Robert Sullivan (pictured), RA, project architect; Jeffrey Anderle, director of marketing; and Ken Sizemore, studio leader. Sizemore will work out of the firm’s Tampa, Fla. office.Sullivan has worked at ka since 1999, serving as senior job captain, where he led a team of job captains and drafters in preparing design and construction documents for large-scale projects. As studio leader and senior designer, Sizemore will be responsible for initial conceptual designs, evaluating responsiveness of designs, establishing and developing design intent, design development, and overseeing ka creative teams. Previously, he worked on a number of international projects for two U.S.-based employers, co-managing European projects and serving as the European point of contact.Anderle, a member of SMPS (Society for Marketing Professional Services) and AMA (American Marketing Association), has worked in the architect/engineer/contractor industry for 18 years. He is a member of the National Selection Committee for SMPS’s Marketing Communications Awards and is a former president of the Chicago chapter of SMPS.John C. Hoffman Appointed to Board of Directors at NWP Services Corporation Irvine, Calif.– NWP Services Corporation (NWP), a provider of financial transaction processing solutions for the multifamily industry, has appointed John C. Hoffman to the company’s Board of Directors.    Previously, Hoffman was executive vice president of BT/Infonet Services Corporation, where he was responsible for global sales and service operations in 72 countries. He has also served on the boards of affiliated Infonet companies in the United Kingdom, Netherlands, China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Mexico and Canada.”John will be instrumental in helping guide the company as we continue to advance our market share in the multifamily housing industry and as we develop our plans and strategies to build on our growth and profitability,” says Michael Radice, president and CEO of NWP Services Corporation.John Bell Joins Opus South as Vice President for Multifamily SectorAtlanta—Opus South Corp., a full-service, design-build development firm, recently hired John Bell as vice president of real estate, focusing on the multifamily sector.In this role, Bell will be responsible for leading a group focused on apartment development in Ga., Fla., N.C., S.C., Tenn. and Ala. He will lead the efforts to provide new development and distressed opportunities for the company’s Southeastern markets.Previously, Bell worked as a Southeast regional partner with the Lane Company, where he helped expand the firm’s Southeast development base into new markets. Prior to that, he served as managing director and Atlanta development partner for Trammell Crow Residential and vice president of Atlanta development at AMLI Residential.Bell is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB).