Cushman & Wakefield expands NJ team by double digits

Jessica Perry//December 16, 2022

Cushman & Wakefield expands NJ team by double digits

Jessica Perry//December 16, 2022

As the year winds down, one real estate services team in New Jersey is gearing up for 2023 with the announcement of double-digit additions to its roster.

Cushman & Wakefield added 18 people to its Garden State capital markets, leasing and operations teams, the company announced Dec. 13.

“Cushman & Wakefield is heavily invested in the future generation of commercial real estate leaders, and we are thrilled to welcome our new hires who will bolster our diverse and thriving workforce with new perspectives, creativity and problem-solving skills, empowering us to continue to best serve our clients,” said Michael Staskiewicz, senior managing director, leadership coach & business strategist.

The majority are based in the company’s East Rutherford office.

Capital Markets

New hires Samantha Miller, Morgan Brechman and Alex Morgan come on board as associates, specializing in business development for Cushman & Wakefield’s multifamily advisory group. Joining the capital markets team as financial analysts are Jean-Pierre Hohl and Maia Sirabian; Bill Baunach transitioned from the valuation and advisory practice group. The team also added graphic designer Emily Doyle.


The leasing team added Jeff Volpi as a director; Morgan Nitti and Patrick Dean as associates to focus on business development; and Michelle Davies, who will serve as a graphic designer. Virginia Varela, AnaMaria Lewis, Jacqueline Corbo, Yulanda Matos and Staci Giammona all join Cushman & Wakefield as brokerage specialists — according to the company, “a critical role that empowers brokerage professionals to focus solely on their unique strengths.” Ruddyna Roldan also recently transitioned from Cushman & Wakefield’s financial services/global occupier services team to the Danzig/Nissim industrial team where she will serve as a director.


Elisabete Correia joins as manager for the operations team. She will focus on overall operational excellence, process improvement and the development of the support team to continue to enhance the overall brokerage experience, the company said.

“We are dedicated to energizing around the notion of one collaborative team and our recruiting efforts have been very intentional, building upon the vision led by our Managing Principal Peter Bronsnick of an integrated platform with the ability to leverage service lines that include the best team of advisors in the industry,” added Staskiewicz. “Our new brokerage specialists, business development associates, analysts and designers are foundational to our winning culture and will serve as a catalyst for increased market share.”

Cushman & Wakefield also has office locations in Iselin and Morristown.