Storage Pros Management LLC, a provider of third-party management services to the self-storage industry, has made several staff promotions.
John D. Price III, who served as chief financial officer and senior vice president, will keep his CFO title but has been promoted to executive vice president, now responsible for the full breadth of company operations and performance. In his role as SVP, Price lead significant improvement in company performance and growth. His focus on revenue management and cost containment has materially benefitted the company's managed property portfolio, according to a press release.
"Johns contributions to building a strong financial infrastructure, coupled with his focus on cross-functional accountability and improvements, make his promotion a logical next step in SPMs evolution," said David Levenfeld, president and CEO. "I am confident that the company, its clients and its investors will benefit from Johns broadened focus.
In addition, Storage Pros made other strategic staff moves:
- Peter Spickenagel was promoted to senior district manager, with direct oversight of the companys district managers and field operations.
- Jeff Skogen will serve as vice president of sales and training, designing and implementing employee-development programs in addition to leading the acquisition of new properties.
- Liz Rogala was promoted to manager of marketing and corporate administration, responsible for designing and executing property-marketing programs.
- Kim OConnell will continue in her capacity as vice president and controller, with enhanced responsibilities for the companys accounting, reporting and cash-management functions.
Founded in 2007, Storage Pros Management operates 58 self-storage facilities in the Midwest, Northeast and Southeast, comprising more than 3.1 million square feet of storage space. The company offers property-management services to private equity funds, lending institutions and individual investors. Its platform is focused on leveraging economies of scale by aggregating multiple assets within each of its markets.