National Developer Promotes Six

Boston – WinnCompanies, an award-winning national multifamily development and management company, has promoted six executives to top positions within the company’s financial, accounting, development and military housing leadership following their performance in 2020.

Adding to each’s stellar career accomplishments, the promoted executives showed continued leadership and perseverance in overcoming the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic recession.

Susan Malatesta has been promoted to chief financial officer of WinnCompanies, after serving as executive vice president of asset management since 2015. She is responsible for the oversight of risk management and insurance, tax strategy and the master budget, as well as asset management for 111 apartment properties owned by WinnCompanies in 11 states and the District of Columbia.

Lynne Chase has been promoted to chief accounting officer for WinnCompanies and appointed to the board of directors. She is responsible for all aspects of accounting, budgeting, financial reporting and internal control for all company affiliates – WinnResidential, WinnResidential Military Housing Services and WinnDevelopment, as well as management operations software and support.

Adam Stein has been promoted to executive vice president of WinnDevelopment, the company’s development arm. In addition to day-to-day management of the development team and operations, he is responsible for overseeing the company’s development initiatives across the Northeast.

Lorraine Witunski has been promoted to executive vice president of human resources and learning and development for WinnCompanies. She is responsible for the management of all aspects of human resources and training, including payroll, employee relations, compensation and benefits, talent acquisition and retention, as well as performance management.

Doug Jones has been promoted to chief operating officer of WinnResidential Military Housing Services, the management company for privatized military housing. He is responsible for the strategic direction, bottom-line fiscal accountability and day-to-day operations at more than 40,000 homes at 17 military installations across the U.S.

Kirstin Rich has been promoted to executive vice president of WinnResidential Military Housing Services. She is responsible for the strategic support functions for military housing communities nationwide, including technology, facilities, marketing and operation support.