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Sunrise Management Promotes COO to President 

San Diego-based Sunrise Management, a California-focused property management firm specializing in multifamily, has promoted longtime company executive Theresa Cordero to president. Cordero, who has worked for Sunrise since 1991, was promoted from COO and will continue to handle all day-to-day operations and business strategies for the company. 

Over the course of her tenure with Sunrise, Cordero has worked her way up the ranks from regional property manager to her current position, now overseeing more than 350 employees and a portfolio of 170 properties throughout the state. 

“Theresa is uniquely qualified to lead the development and implementation of business strategies that will advance our goals,” said Sunrise founder and CEO Joe Greenblatt. “She has the ability to identify top talent and support other leaders and has skillfully moved our company ahead with forward-thinking technology and industry best practices.” 


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