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Felicia Collier
By The Skanner News | The Skanner News

CBRE Group, Inc. has appointed Felicia Collier as the Sr. Real Estate/Facilities Manager at the Wells Fargo Center at 1300 S.W. Fifth Ave. in downtown Portland. She is the first African American to manage the tallest building in the state.

The 44-story center is owned by Wells Fargo and serves as its Oregon Region headquarters. The Class A Office and retail building has 1.2 million square feet of space.

Collier’s facilities management responsibilities include lease administration, operations, client and tenant relations, capital improvements, financial activities and marketing.

Collier was previously a real estate manager for CBRE in El Segundo, Calif., for six years. She managed a portfolio there of more than 1.5 million square feet of office, industrial and retail properties in Santa Clarita, El Segundo, Marina del Rey, San Fernando, Jurupa, Fontana, Ontario, Santa Clarita, Pacific Palisades and Burbank.

Collier joined CBRE as an assistant real estate manager in Marina del Rey in 2006. She previously worked as an assistant real estate manager for Trammell Crow Company and PM Realty in the Los Angeles area for four years.

Collier earned a bachelor of science degree in business management and a masters of business administration degree in finance and leadership and managing organizational change at Pepperdine University in Los Angeles. She also earned a certificate in global enterprise management at Oxford University in England.

For more information on CBRE go to www.cbre.com.