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George Rahael
George Rahael
Founder & CEO, Amera Companies


George Rahael founded the U.S. Amera Companies in 1979 and has an established track record of developing quality, market-shaping properties in South Florida’s premier growth cities, and managing their long-term success.

He shifted focus from real estate acquisition and development in his native Trinidad to select Florida markets. Starting with the acquisition of strip shopping centers and residential development in Coral Springs in the early 80s, he diversified into prime Coral Springs and Fort Lauderdale office/retail properties in the 90s.

Amera has earned a leadership role in South Florida’s competitive commercial real estate arena by creating projects with positive, long-term market impact. Believing that a “rising tide lifts all boats,” he has added a market-wide master plan dimension to major projects, triggering a ripple effect of enhanced value.

Rahael is founder and former Chairman of the Trinidad & Tobago-USA Chamber of Commerce, Board Member of the Council of Executive Officers of Coral Springs, Member of Coral Springs Board of Economic Development, Appointee/Charter Board Member of the Coral Springs Sister Cities Association and Member of the CEO Council for Broward Alliance. In 2008, Rahael was awarded the Urban League of Broward County's Community Builder Award for his significant and lasting impact on Broward County through his commitment and dedication to strengthen, change and empower the county's communities.

 


Charles B. Ladd
Charles B. Ladd
President and Principal, Barron Real Estate, Inc.


Charles Ladd founded Barron Real Estate in 1991 and has worked with Amera Companies since the late 1980s, serving as developer, leasing agent and, in some cases, contractor for Amera’s projects.

Ladd was an officer of the Florida subsidiary of Symcor Properties of St. Louis, and was responsible for leasing and real estate development activities including four buildings in Northeast Ft. Lauderdale and seven shopping centers.

He is an active and involved resident of downtown Ft. Lauderdale, serves on the Downtown Development Authority and a Riverwalk Trust boards, and is a past member of the Downtown Council.


Richard C. Lovell
Richard C. Lovell
Chief Operating Officer, Amera Realty Services, Inc.


Richard Lovell joined Amera as CFO and is now responsible for the operations of the company’s Florida real estate portfolio.

Richard began his career as an auditor with Price Waterhouse, serving clients in North America and the Caribbean, and as an officer of various Jaymont (USA) entities, was responsible for the financial operation of a half-billion dollar real estate portfolio.

Mr. Lovell is a graduate of the University of Miami and holds a Master’s Degree in Professional Accounting. He is active in the community and has served on the Broward County Personnel Advisory Board and the Honda Classic Finance Committee.replica watches


Joseph Rahael
Joseph Rahael
Managing Director, Amera Caribbean Development Ltd.


Managing Director of Amera Caribbean Development Ltd., Joseph Rahael is responsible for active projects in Trinidad.

Rahael joined The Amera Corporation as a Property Manager in 1997, responsible for tenant relations and leasing, and real estate development.  After a couple of years, Rahael left Amera to return to Trinidad where his real estate career progressed. He was responsible for managing real estate assets of approximately 1 million sq. ft.  Eventually, in 2001, Rahael formed Amera Caribbean Development, Ltd., borrowing the “Amera” name to honor his early days working in the real estate business with his uncle in the US. 

He is a graduate of the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he received the Boyd T. Barnard Real Estate Award in recognition of his academic achievement.http://www.hairroxx.co.uk/top.php
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Gisele Rahael
Gisele Rahael
Director of Training & Development – Amera Companies


Gisele Rahael heads Amera’s corporate training division and has served as Director of Operations, Vice President and President. Rahael also played a key role in Amera’s successful proposal for the 2 million-sq. ft. development of the Coral Springs Downtown project.

Rahael is a driving force behind the Coral Springs Festival of the Arts, active in South Florida’s Junior Achievement, former board member of the Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce and graduate of Leadership Broward and Leadership Coral Springs. Memberships include the International Council of Shopping Centers, National Association of Women Business Owners, ASTD and ICF. She also serves on the Advisory Board of Dr. Reitman Unit of the Boys and Girls Club of Broward County and is the Chair of the University of Pennsylvania Gold Coast Alumni Association. Rahael is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. 


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