Ambrose names Stacey Anderson as Senior Vice President, CFO

Former Duke Realty executive joins Indianapolis-based industrial, logistics and e-commerce developer

INDIANAPOLIS – Ambrose Property Group today announced that Stacey Anderson has joined its executive leadership team as senior vice president and chief financial officer.

“We are thrilled by the addition of Stacey and the caliber of talent she brings to the Ambrose team,” said Jason Sturman, president and chief investment officer. “Her proven leadership skills, commitment to excellence and impressive background in the commercial real estate industry perfectly align with our values and mission. We’re confident that her perspective and experience will strengthen our executive leadership team as we continue to strategically scale our operations.”

As senior vice president and CFO, Anderson will lead Ambrose’s accounting and business operations, support growth in Ambrose’s fund business, advance organizational infrastructure and streamline processes and procedures.

Anderson joins Ambrose after more than 15 years with Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE: DRE), where she most recently served as senior vice president, corporate controller. She previously served as the company’s vice president, director of property accounting. Prior to her time at Duke Realty, Anderson spent five years in public accounting at Ernst & Young.

During Anderson’s tenure at Duke Realty, she was a member of the company’s Operating Committee and Internal Finance Committee. She also served on the Diversity and Inclusion Council and was a co-founder of the Duke Realty Women’s Network, which sponsored various events and speakers that focused on investing in women at Duke Realty and providing opportunities for career growth and development.

“I’m excited to start this new chapter on the Ambrose team,” Anderson said. “The growth and success they have experienced in recent years is impressive. I’m eager to help build on that foundation of excellence and contribute to the success of Ambrose’s real estate investment funds.”

In October, San Francisco-based industrial real estate giant Prologis, Inc. (NYSE: PLD), acquired Duke Realty.

The addition of Anderson comes shortly after Ambrose was ranked one of the “Best of the Best” developers in the Midwest by Real Estate News. The company’s portfolio includes new industrial, logistics and e-commerce projects in Indianapolis, Denver, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, as well as Palm Beach, Ft. Myers and Orlando, Florida.