At its 2015 BOMA International Conference & Expo in Los Angeles, the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International elected its 2015-2016 officers. The Board of Governors of BOMA International elected:
- Kent C. Gibson, BOMA Fellow, President, Capstone Property Management, L.C., Salt Lake City, as Chair and Chief Elected Officer for 2015-2016
- Brian M. Harnetiaux, Vice President, Asset Management, McCarthy Cook, Costa Mesa, California, as Chair-Elect;
- Robert M. Brierley, BOMA Fellow, Senior Vice President, Real Estate Management Services, Colliers International, Boston, as Vice Chair; and
- Beginning his second two-year term as Secretary/Treasurer, Daniel W. Chancey, RPA, Vice President, Senior Asset Manager, Commercial Advisors Asset Services, LLC, Memphis, Tennessee.
Gibson has more than 30 years of commercial real estate experience working in property management, leasing, transactions, development, asset management, and portfolio management. He served as Secretary/Treasurer of BOMA International during the 2010-2011 term, Vice Chair during the 2013-2014 term and Chair-Elect during the 2014-2015 term, and he has chaired the BOMA International Audit Committee, Finance Committee, Floor Measurement Standards Committee and Voluntary Codes and Standards Committee. Since 1994, Gibson has been involved in the development and expansion of BOMA International’s suite of floor measurement standards. As such, he recently was selected by the International Property Measurement Standards Coalition (IPMSC), which is working to create a common methodology for measuring commercial space across international markets, to be a member of the Standards Setting Committee. He also has served as President of BOMA/Utah.
As Vice President of Asset Management for McCarthy Cook, Brian Harnetiaux is responsible primarily for a 1.1 million-square-foot portfolio of Class A office assets in Pasadena, California, and Sorrento Mesa in San Diego. Prior to assuming his current position, Harnetiaux was Vice President at Transwestern, responsible for all aspects of leasing and management at MetroCenter in Orange County. He has served as President of both BOMA/Orange County and BOMA California. In 2011, Harnetiaux was named BOMA/Orange County’s Principal Member of the Year. He recently completed his term on the BOMA International Executive Committee and as Chair of BOMA International’s Industry Defense Fund Oversight Committee.
Rob Brierley has nearly 30 years of property, asset, project management and business development experience, and he currently serves as Senior Vice President of Real Estate Management Services at Colliers International. As a two-term past president of BOMA/Boston, Brierley also serves as a member of BOMA/Boston’s Board of Directors. He also is a past Chairman of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board (GBREB). At BOMA International, he has served on several BOMA International committees, including the Preparedness Committee, the Awards Committee and the State Government Affairs Committee, and recently completed his term as Chair of the BOMA 360 Performance Program® Council. In 2010, Brierley was elected to BOMA International’s Executive Committee, where he served two consecutive two-year terms. In 2012, he was named a BOMA Fellow in the inaugural class of the BOMA Fellows program.
Prior to being elected to his first two-year term as BOMA International Secretary/Treasurer in 2013, Dan Chancey served two terms on BOMA International’s Executive Committee. He helped develop the strategies for the BOMA One baseline standards, served as Chair of the BOMA 360 Performance Program® Council and worked on the Green Task Force and Audit and Finance Committees. He also served three terms as President of BOMA/Memphis. In recognition of his valuable contributions to BOMA International, Chancey received the Chair’s Award in 2012.