Campus Apartments, one of the nation’s largest providers of on- and off-campus student housing, announces today two executive promotions. Helen Marshall has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Human Resources, and Mark Schundler to Senior Vice President of Investments. Both Marshall and Schundler have been committed to Campus Apartments for more than a decade. As Senior Vice Presidents, Marshall and Schundler will continue to lead their respective departments to help facilitate Campus Apartments’ growth.
“Helen and Mark are trusted leaders in the Campus Apartments community,” said David Adelman, president and CEO of Campus Apartments. “Their hard work and loyalty have allowed them to grow and have helped our company to grow. Their promotions will continue to drive Campus Apartments’ success as a leader in the student housing industry.”
Marshall joined Campus Apartments in 2002, establishing the company’s Human Resources Department. She was appointed Vice President of Human Resources in 2007 and is responsible for all aspects of human resources planning and management for Campus Apartments, including organizational development, recruitment, retention, compensation and benefits, training and staff relations. She is also responsible for the company’s safety and compliance programs and is a key member of the management team. Marshall has over 20 years of experience in human resources and associated disciplines at a regional, national and international level. She was previously a managing partner of the human resources practice of an international consulting firm and has held several senior positions in various European consulting firms specializing in the U.S., European, Middle East and Asian markets.
Schundler joined Campus Apartments in 2005 as Director of Business Development and has since served in increasing capacities within Investments. He is responsible for leading the firm’s investment process for potential acquisition and development opportunities and providing strategic oversight of its asset management platform. Over the course of his tenure, Schundler has been involved in the acquisition and development of more than 18,000 student beds and more than $1.3 billion in total investment.
About Campus Apartments
Founded in 1958, Campus Apartments is one of the nation’s largest providers of on- and off-campus student housing. As a vertically integrated firm, Campus Apartments is experienced in all facets of the student housing industry. The company has $2 billion in assets under management in 24 states, serving more than 70 colleges and universities. For more information, visit: www.campusapts.com and connect with Campus Apartments on Twitter and Facebook.