Dallas’ Lincoln Property Co. Appoints CRE Veteran as CMCO

Formerly of CBRE, Christy Ingle will be responsible for developing and leading Lincoln's comprehensive global brand strategy and more. Lincoln Co-CEO Clay Duvall said the exec is known for "bringing to life innovative and out-of-the-box ideas."

Christy Ingle has joined Dallas-based full-service real estate firm Lincoln Property Co. as chief marketing and communications officer.

Ingle joins Lincoln from CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, where she spent more than 20 years in roles of increasing responsibility, most recently leading communications for the firm’s Advisory Services (leasing, sales, property management, capital markets, and valuations) and Real Estate Investments (CBRE Investment Management and Trammell Crow Company) businesses.

In a statement, Lincoln Co-CEO Clay Duvall said Ingle is a “strong leader and strategist with a track record of bringing to life innovative and out-of-the-box ideas, which will help drive Lincoln’s growth strategy.”

The new CMCO’s “deep background working for one of the real estate industry’s most-recognizable brands will be instrumental in helping us evolve our platform and client experience,” Duval said.

Lincoln said that Ingle will be responsible for developing and leading its comprehensive global brand strategy, in addition to its business development, property marketing, media relations, and internal communications strategies.

Leader in both real estate and marketing/communications

Throughout her career, Ingle brought together diverse teams of business, marketing, technology, communications, and design professionals, among others, to launch new service offerings, technology products, and business practices, Lincoln Property said.

Ingle is a recognized leader in the real estate and marketing/communications industries, and she has been named among GlobeSt.com’s Women of Influence for Marketing and Communications and Ragan’s Top Women in Communications and won numerous internal CBRE awards recognizing innovation and leadership.

Lincoln said it has expanded its leadership team in recent months as part of its broader growth plan following the elevation of Duvall and David Binswanger to co-chief executive officers in February.

Ingle’s appointment follows the recent appointments of Alison Daubert as chief strategy and M&A officer, Daniel Roth as CFO and chief operating officer, and Maria Stamolis as chief investment officer.

“I’m excited for the opportunity to build on the strong brand foundation Lincoln has developed over 60 years and to partner with our leadership team to lead the company into its next era,” Ingle said in a statement.

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