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Draper and Kramer Promotes Four Senior Execs

Draper and Kramer has promoted four senior executives. Edward Polich has been named EVP of real estate, while Blas Puzon (pictured) has been promoted to CIO.

In addition, Julie Stevlingson is stepping into an expanded role leading construction services and property operations, maintaining her current position as SVP and director of management services. Christine Ramsey has been promoted to chief administrative officer.

“All of these executives are trusted leaders who have made significant contributions to Draper and Kramer’s success in recent years, and proven their ability to deliver on our corporate strategy and priorities,” said Todd Bancroft, president and CEO of Draper and Kramer.

“As our company looks ahead to new opportunities presented by the ever-changing real estate landscape, I am thrilled to have their talents and expertise guiding our team and helping to shape our company’s future direction and growth,” Bancroft added.

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