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Shauna Conway has joined TA Realty, LLC in Boston as chief information officer.

TA Realty Appoints Shauna Conway as Chief Information Officer

Boston, MA-based TA Realty, LLC, a real estate investment management services provider, has appointed Shauna Conway as chief information officer.

Conway is responsible for developing and executing a strategic technology vision leveraging innovative solutions while leading the firms’ corporate technology, cybersecurity, and data strategies. Her hire aligns with TA Realty, LLC‘s commitment to invest in resources and technology that can help advance its investment strategies.

Conway joins TA Realty from real estate investment firm Beacon Capital Partners, LLC, where she served as chief information officer. In that role, she was responsible for defining and supporting an efficient, secure, and resilient technology infrastructure and implementing innovative solutions that bolstered investment activity and service to tenants and investors.

Prior to Beacon Capital Partners, LLC, Conway served as VP, technology & transformation business management & strategy at State Street Global Advisors, where she oversaw the strategic investment of technology within the firm’s $3-trillion asset-management arm.


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