Building Owners and Managers Association Elects New Board Leaders


Farmington Hills, Mich., December 30, 2008 – The Building Owners and Managers Association of Metropolitan Detroit (BOMA) has inducted a new leadership team effective January 1, 2009. The BOMA Board of Directors serves as visionary leaders of the organization in developing and implementing its strategic plan. The Board also oversees the operations of BOMA Detroit’s nearly 400 members and the association’s eight committees.

The newly elected Directors are Michael Kalil, Vice President/Director of Property Management, Farbman Management Group, and Steven Ogden, Treasurer, Detroit-Wayne Joint Building Authority. They join Directors Kim F. Sulek, RPA, FMA, Senior Property Manager, Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc.; Paul S. Magy, Esquire, Shareholder, Kupelian, Ormond & Magy, P.C.; William Wylonis, Property Manager, Emmes Asset Management; Michael J. Lauhoff, RPA, FMA, Executive Director, Kahn Facility Management, Inc.; Laura M. Mullins, President, Moylan Energy Management, Inc.; President Paula E. Goldman-Spinner, Vice President/Director of Office Building Management, Schostak Brothers & Co., Inc.; and Vice President David A. Mott, RPA, FMA, Director, Facilities Management, CB Richard Ellis.

Officer elections will be held in January 2009. “The dedication of BOMA’s Board has always been the strength of the association and in these daunting economic times, strong leadership is pivotal to the organization and our member businesses,” said Janet Langlois, Executive Director, BOMA of Metro Detroit. “Their ability to identify and advocate for key issues affecting commercial real estate has made BOMA a leader in the industry.” Founded in 1908, BOMA of Metropolitan Detroit is a professional trade association whose nearly 400 members either own or manage commercial real estate, or provide goods and services to the industry. As part of BOMA International, which represents over 9 billion square feet of commercial properties and facilities in North America and serves 17,000+ commercial real estate professionals, BOMA of Metro Detroit provides commercial real estate professionals with the opportunity to work together for professional growth, advocacy rights, corporate profit, and the benefit of the nine Southeastern Michigan communities it serves. For more information on BOMA and membership visit

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