As the Vice President of Real Estate & Facilities, Deb is responsible for leading the Exelon organization and practice area that provides portfolio strategy, transactions, project and occupancy management, facilities operations, and lease administration services for Exelon and Exelon Generation.
Deb joined Exelon as the Portfolio Manager for Exelon's real estate portfolio, adding progressive responsibilities in her roles as Director of Planning and Strategy, Director of Real Estate & Facilities, and Director, Merger Integration. Before joining Exelon, Deb was a Senior Manager with Deloitte's management consulting practice, where she advised Fortune 100 corporations and commercial real estate industry clients on strategic, operational, financial, and technology issues relative to their real estate and business operations and real estate portfolios. Deb began her career in commercial real estate with Rubloff, moving into property management roles at JMB Properties, Compass Management & Leasing, and Miglin-Beitler
At Exelon, Deb led the development of Exelon's Chicago headquarters, a project which attained Platinum LEED-CI, the largest project at the time, to achieve this recognition. With the successful merger of Exelon and Constellation Energy, Deb is now leading the development of the Constellation business unit's headquarters in Baltimore, in addition to managing Exelon's real estate & facilities practice area
Deb received her bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and her master's degree in business administration from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, with concentrations in strategy, marketing, and real estate. She has been featured on numerous publications and organizations: American Institute of Architects (AIA), BOMA, Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), CoreNet, Corporate Realty and Design Institute, International Interior Design Association (IIDA), Kellogg Graduate School, Law Seminars International, National Governors' Association, PEW Center on Global Climate Change, RETech, and the US Green Building Council.