Career Spotlight: Jasmyn Sylvester, ACoM

The Shopping Center Group Property Manager

Many in the industry would say you’d have to possess a little bit of crazy to be in the field of property management. I can attest to that statement. I did not set out to be a property manager, but the calling found me in college as a building manager for Georgia State University’s Student and University Centers. Since then, I have grown to love what I do. I am in a field that continuously challenges me. As a Retail Commercial Manager, I have the opportunity to meet new people, engage local businesses and learn skills I never thought I would need. There is nothing better than curating long lasting relationships with your neighbors and community!”

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