CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Norman Radow’s vision when establishing The RADCO Companies in 1994 was borne out of a lifelong passion to make neighborhoods and people’s lives better. RADCO’s first project was the redevelopment of a distressed 53-story Atlanta hotel, office, and condominium tower, which later became the Four Seasons Hotel. The notable turnaround project put the company on the map and more than 100 successful projects later, RADCO remains a fearless, successful, and flexible leader in the real estate industry.
Prior to founding The RADCO Companies, Norman was a seasoned real estate litigation, workout, and transactional lawyer. Awarded a Juris Doctor by New York Law School in 1981 and a Bachelor of Arts from SUNY Plattsburgh in 1978, he is licensed to practice in both New York and Georgia.
As a Chairman of the Kennesaw State University Foundation Board of Trustees, Norman oversaw the expansion of the 33,000-student university in metropolitan Atlanta. During his 13-year tenure, the campus doubled in size with the addition of $500 million in new buildings that he helped finance and develop. Norman is the Benefactor of the Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Kennesaw State University
Norman is currently a member of the New York Law School Board of Trustees and previously served as an Adjunct Professor at Emory University School of Law. He is a dynamic speaker and real estate industry expert and has been featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and more.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Alan utilizes his knack for numbers to ensure the accuracy of all financial information. His team provides the tools for financial transparency both internally and in reporting to RADCO’s investors. Alan enjoys working with all departments, building strong relationships, and ensuring clear communication.
Alan joined RADCO in 2007 starting as an AP Clerk. Over the last fourteen plus years, he worked his way through each accounting position before ultimately becoming the company’s CFO. Alan holds a degree in accounting and is currently working toward earning his CPA. He adopted two rescue dogs from PAWS Atlanta and is an avid contributor to this organization, believing all pets deserve a safe place to call home. Outside of work, he enjoys swimming, barbequing, and spending quality time with family and friends.
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Mike Brewer is passionate about people, technology, and real estate. Mike’s investment in technological advances and education improves the team member experience and elevates customer engagement. He joined RADCO Residential in 2016 and oversees all operations.
Mike has received numerous industry honors, including seven “Property Management Company of the Year” awards under his leadership. He is a frequent contributor to industry-related publications, such as Units Magazine, MFE, Multifamily Insiders, PropertyManagement.com, and more. His vlog, The Multifamily Collective, reaches industry professionals across the globe who tune in daily for Mike’s reflections on everything from consumer trends to employee relations, professional growth, and beyond. An avid reader and lifelong learner, Mike has been “out to put a dent in the multifamily universe” for more than 25 years.
LISA R. HURD
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Lisa R. Hurd leads with an entrepreneurial spirit and institutional focus in her approach to commercial real estate investment and finance. As co-head of the RADCO Investment division, Lisa oversees Capital Markets, Asset Management, and Dispositions. Lisa and her team structure and raise private equity capital, source creative and accretive debt, manage investment performance, debt, and investor relations for all assets under management, and oversee dispositions activity within RADCO’s diverse multifamily, JV equity, and hospitality portfolio.
Lisa works with several organizations focused on female empowerment and social equity. In 2016, Lisa co-founded Real Estate Network Empowering Women, Inc (RENEW), an initiative to inspire, empower, and advance women in commercial real estate finance. She is a board member and serves as Chairwoman of Resource Development for Cool Girls, Inc, a non-profit organization serving Atlanta girls in at-risk situations to provide opportunity, exposure, and support to break the cycle of generational poverty. Lisa is an active board member of Open Doors, an initiative led by the Atlanta real estate community with a mission to eradicate homelessness. She sits on the board of The RADCO Companies and serves as Treasurer of The Radow Family Charitable Foundation. She was featured as a Woman to Watch in commercial real estate finance by Globe Street’s Real Estate Forum. She is an avid golfer and wine enthusiast and enjoys exploring the mountains, seas, and everything in between.
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
With RADCO Ventures, Eric is focused on developing growth opportunities outside of RADCO’s traditional multifamily platform through creative investment solutions. Eric began his RADCO tenure providing research and underwriting support on transactions across the Southeast. He later assumed asset management responsibilities for a 5,500 unit portfolio and focused on driving success by creating operational efficiencies at both the property and corporate levels.
Eric graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of business with degrees in real estate and management. Putting his analytical mindset and college studies to work, Eric jumpstarted his professional career with the San Francisco based real estate consulting firm, Kingsley Associates.
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, INSIGHT & INNOVATION
Laura Trued is dedicated to building bridges between people and technology in the pursuit of better data and smarter decisions. She joined RADCO in 2015 and oversees innovative strategies, accounting, marketing and revenue management, recovery, and optimization.
As a 20+ year industry veteran, Laura has a storied career in multi-family operations and asset management. She founded the LEAD program, an inventive talent acquisition and development platform in partnership with several universities, and previously served on the board of the Apartment Association of Metro Denver. Laura is passionate about social justice reform and is an active supporter of the ACLU and All for Lunch, a program designed to eliminate student lunch debt and fight childhood hunger. Laura holds degrees in English and Psychology from the University of Missouri – Columbia. She enjoys travel, comic pop culture, and her two incredible nieces.