Stacy Whyte

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DIRECTOR • MARKETING

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Ms.Whyte’s career in property management began with GMI in 1992 as a marketing consultant at a 783 unit garden apartment community. In 1994, after completing her college education, Stacy was promoted to the position of Assistant Resident Manager. In 1995, Stacy was promoted to Community Manager for a 464 unit garden apartment community. After 5 years with GMI, Stacy decided to pursue other opportunities within the property management arena. Over the next 8 years Stacy managed communities for Shelter Properties, AIMCO, and a 640 unit townhome community for Partners Management. In 2004, Stacy accepted a position as Regional Sales Manager.  Her portfolio included 18 properties in the Baltimore metropolitan area.  In this position, Stacy was responsible for marketing and advertising as well as conducting sales training. Stacy re-joined GMI in 2006 as a Regional Property Manager and was then promoted to Director of Marketing in 2008.  In addition to evaluating and developing marketing strategies for existing assets, Stacy has been involved with several successful lease-ups and acquisitions.  She was instrumental in Grady Management’s conversion from Jenark to RealPage in 2012 and continues to participate in the implementation of new and innovative products.  Under Stacy’s direction, GMI’s corporate and community social media presence was established and she continues to oversee the social media strategy and content marketing for the organization.  Stacy is a firm believer of Grady’s motto, “Exceptional People. Exceptional Communities”.   She manages the organization’s resident feedback program and is proud that Grady Management has earned resident satisfaction awards for the last six years. Stacy holds both a Bachelors and Masters of Business Administration from Howard University in Washington, DC and is also a member of the Property Management Association (PMA).

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