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Capstone On-Campus Management oversees a portfolio across 36 campuses

Capstone On-Campus Management Promotes Six 

Capstone On-Campus Management (COCM) has made a series of strategic staff promotions to support its continued growth in on-campus third-party management with a portfolio of 34,752 beds on 36 campuses across the US. 

Brian Kraft has been promoted to associate VP of operations. Becky Sierp, Vallyn Merrick and Kern Williams have all been promoted to regional VP. Brittany Oliver has been promoted to assistant VP for marketing and leasing. Additionally, Rose Williams has moved into a new role as senior leasing and marketing specialist. 

Sandy Hill, EVP of operations with Vestavia Hills, AL-based COCM, said, “These individuals demonstrate a consistent approach to professionalism and are an excellent representation of COCM’s missions and values. I am honored to recognize them with these well-deserved promotions.” 

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