Brittany DeVries

Marketing Support Specialist - Industrial Division

Brittany DeVries joins Founders 3 Real Estate Services in late spring 2018; utilizing gained knowledge and past experience to bring added value into the new role, as marketing / executive assistant in support of the industrial team, concentrating on marketing and administrative support relating to the investment, sales and leasing of industrial real estate.

Prior to joining the Founders 3 team; Brittany launched into commercial real estate after moving to Milwaukee in 2012 from Denver, Colorado; serving as the executive assistant to the president and chief operating officer at Landmark Healthcare Facilities LLC, a national healthcare real estate developer, owner and management of on-campus medical office buildings, during Brittany’s time at Landmark, she played a major role in the planning, financing and development of over 1.5 million square feet of new healthcare facilities; she also facilitated and lead the organizational framework of all original documentation needed to source and close more than $200 million in credit tenant lease transactions. In addition to Brittany’s commercial real estate experience; Brittany worked exclusively hand in hand with a Chicagoland broker, focusing solely on the leasing and sales of industrial properties, e.g. “last mile” truck terminals. Brittany is an amateur turned semi-professional photographer; as of early 2018 she had received invitations requesting to display her work in separate events in Milwaukee and New Orleans.

Brittany’s entrepreneurial spirit as well as a her generous one; she seeks out various ways to live up to her passion practicing life as philanthropist and advocate for the less fortunate. She is a volunteer and former board member of Milwaukee’s Open Door Café – Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Brittany is also a volunteer and sponsor for Common Hope; in 2016, Brittany and team flew down to Guatemala packed with donations and medical supplies to provide labor anywhere it was needed and building a small home for a mother and her four children living in Sacatepéquez in Guatemala.