Carter’s "Woman to Watch"

Carter Congratulates Malloy Peterson In Real Estate Forum’s 2013 Women of Influence Issue


Carter is pleased to announce that Malloy Peterson, senior vice president, has been named a “Woman to Watch” by Real Estate Forum Magazine’s 20th Anniversary Special Edition of “Women of Influence.” Read about her nomination, here, on page 79 of the July/August issue, along with the other “Women of Influence: Next Generation” winners.

Real Estate Forum, one of the nation’s premier real estate industry magazines, announced last week that Malloy was chosen as one of 115 influential women from across the country (1 of 3 Atlanta CRE women recognized) who are helping to shape the commercial real estate industry. The “Women of Influence” issue profiles top female executives in the commercial real estate industry, and honors the women for their considerable professional achievements as well as their involvement in charitable and civic organizations. Malloy was included in the Next Generation section of “Woman to Watch”, as one of 20 young professionals who have the potential to be future leaders within the industry.

Malloy is a natural leader and an important role model within Carter and in the industry. She embodies Carter’s values with her strong working spirit, unmistakable energy and bold dedication. Malloy credits the many women who have come before her for being able to look around and find women at almost every CRE company across the country.

A true up-and-coming real estate professional, she already has over a decade of real estate experience and has made her mark on the industry at just 36 years old. Among other successes, she pioneered social media for Carter and led the creative direction of the company’s rebranding efforts last year.

In 2013, Malloy delivered a two-year assignment of strategic consulting, master planning, pre-development and marketing/public relations for University Station, a mixed-use 155-acre development in Georgia. She also wrote and executed various strategic plans for The Banks, Carter’s $600 million, 18-acre mixed-use project in Cincinnati. Today, The Banks makes a $90 million annual economic impact on the Cincinnati community.

Our last female all-star award winner was senior vice president of development, Patti Neal, who won the BD+C “40 Under 40” award earlier this year. 

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