The Bainbridge Companies, a fully-integrated family of real estate companies who engage in virtually every step of the real estate process, from development and construction, acquisition and disposition, to asset management and third-party property management of multifamily real estate, today announced that Julie Shannon has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Human Resources.
The promotion comes as Shannon celebrates 25 years with The Bainbridge Companies. She is responsible for leading all of Bainbridge’s human resources disciplines, including compensation and human resources systems, labor and employee relations, benefits, human resources strategy, and compliance with all employee-related state and federal regulations.
“It’s an honor to name Julie as our SVP of Human Resources,” said Chief Executive Officer of the Bainbridge Companies Richard Schechter. “Bainbridge has a track record of delivering unforgettable experiences and rewarding relationships to residents, clients, and partners alike, and this wouldn’t be possible without the dedication and diligence from Julie and our human resources department.”
Shannon’s experience with Bainbridge is extensive, as she has served in multiple roles since joining the company in 1998 including leading labor and employee relations, state and federal regulations compliance, and payroll and benefits administration. She has also provided HR support for acquisitions, dispositions, and budget preparation. Prior to joining Bainbridge, Shannon served in various roles within the multifamily industry including supporting pre-leasing for new construction, marketing outreach, accounting functions, and assisting executives.
Shannon is an active member of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Human Capital Institute (HCI), two of the nation’s most well-known organizations in the compliance and human resources sector. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and business management from the State University of New York at Potsdam and the University of Seville in Spain.