The Leadership

Margaret Stagmeier - President

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Margaret Stagmeier has been an industry leader for over 25 years in both property and asset/portfolio management. Prior to founding TIAM, she was Vice President of The Matuschka Group in Munich, Germany and managed their U.S. real estate portfolio valued at over $500 million. She is a graduate of Georgia State University with degrees in both Accounting and Finance. Although she passed the Georgia CPA exam, Margaret does not currently practice as a CPA. She holds Realtor/Brokers licenses in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Ms. Stagmeier is a recognized author on topics of commercial real estate. In 1994, she authored the best selling book "Real Estate Asset Management: Executive Strategies in Profit Making,"published by John Wiley & Sons, New York, which has been embraced by many universities, governments and Fortune 500 companies as a source textbook on the topic of Commercial Real Estate. This book is currently in its third printing and has been translated into Chinese. She is also a contributing author to "Managing Corporate Real Estate" published by John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1993. She sits on the Executive Board of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors and the Georgia Institute of Real Estate. Ms. Stagmeier is a sought-after speaker and consultant in the United States and Europe on topics of real estate ownership and property management and has lectured at many organizations including The European Business School, Urban Land Institute, Georgia State University, AT&T, Prudential Insurance, and the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors. She is currently the most requested Real Estate speaker at the Harvard Business Club. 

Shawn Jackson - Vice President of Operations

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 Shawn Jackson began his career in Real Estate in 2001 after receiving his Realtor license in his home town of Detroit, Michigan, where he focused his interests on commercial and residential real estate ventures and management. He relocated to Georgia and began his career with TIAM in 2005 as assistant manager of an executive office park. By 2006, his organizational and technical skills became quickly evident, and Mr. Jackson was promoted to Property Manager of a large commercial office portfolio. Over the next five years, his knowledge and skills developed very rapidly while bringing added value to all the assets under his management. Mr. Jackson is currently implementing strategic growth plans focusing on compliance and efficiency in order to add to a diverse portfolio of over 3 million square feet across the southeastern region. Mr. Jackson has also been strategically involved in the development of the government contracting division of TIAM, sourcing GSA Schedule Contract for Federal, State and local governments. Mr. Jackson received his degree in Business Management/Banking and Finance from Lawton School of Business.