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Meet Our Team
A team of cross industry experts in strategy, real estate, retail, hospitality, and technology.
He has spent the last seventeen years in retail management and strategy working for a variety of global lifestyle brands during a time of hyper growth and emergence. From Abercrombie & Fitch, to Michael Kors before their IPO, to the first Brand House Division store for Under Armour. He is an expert in retail strategy, customer experience, and the recruitment and training of teams and people.
For years, John has gleaned insights into the broken nature of the customer journey for community developers and production home builders. He truly understands how to answer this void in the marketplace and fully believes he has assembled a team of outside industry experts to help overcome the customer obstacles plaguing this category of real estate in the formation of Cecilian Partners.
John holds a Master of Business Administration in Systems Thinking and Global Finance from Villanova University, and earned his Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Psychology from Duquesne University. John is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and the Community Development Council (CDC) Gold.
Most recently, Philip was a founding member of Bloom – Accenture’s digital growth incubator. He led small teams of strategists, designers, data scientists, and developers to partner with clients and build new digital businesses targeting ideas that had $1B+ valuations.
He was a pioneer in “human-centered” strategy and design, combining traditional strategy rigor with design creativity, data insights, and real technology build, and is excited to bring a fresh approach to growth and experience in the real estate industry.
Philip holds degrees in mathematical economics and management from Rice University and the London School of Economics. Phil is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and the Community Development Council (CDC) Blue.
Having worked directly with 92 of the 118 MPC's within CCMC's portfolio of communities, Debra leverages trends in design, operations, and programming that improve resident engagement; bringing to life community pillars and/or developer visions like health and wellness through strategic social programming and planning. Her understanding of MPC's can aid our clients in establishing or evaluating their customer experience at any stage of the development.
She is excited to join the Cecilian team explaining that ``I believe the XO platform is going to enrich the prospect experience making the XO the next big thing for MPCs. As we have watched the market shift on leveraging lifestyle or social capital as a marketing tool which is now the norm in any MPC. I'm ready to push the status quo again, with data leading the way``.
Debra Wyatte holds a Bachelor of Science in Park and Recreation and Tourism Management from Indiana University. She is an active member of the Urban Land Institute at national and local levels. She is a member of the Community Development Council (CDC) Green and Building Healthy Places Committee in Colorado.
When he's not working, he enjoys reading, golfing, and raising his four boys in the Greater Philadelphia suburbs with his wife Janine of eight years. He's an avid Philly sports fan, and occasionally writes about tech and life on his blog.
Joe holds Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Scranton and a Master's Degree in Computer Science from Drexel University.
Climbing the corporate ladder from Global Trainee, to Sr. Program Manager, Jennifer decided to shift gears and seek her entrepreneurial pursuits; ultimately joining her family's real estate brand consultancy Cecilian Worldwide as VP of Finance & Operations.
Keeping the ``family theme``, Jennifer also serves as Controller for her husband's proptech consultancy company Cecilian Partners, bringing her much needed financial acumen and trust to help grow the business the right way for investors and clients alike.
Jennifer's passion for real estate runs deep, as she is also a licensed realtor with the prestigious Addison Wolfe brokerage out of New Hope Pennsylvania.
Her cross-functional financial expertise, and real estate knowledge continues to shape the growth of Cecilian Partners.
During his time at Cecilian Partners, Todd has led the onboarding and deployment of The XO for each of Cecilian Partners’ large-scale master planned communities, including the discovery, training, and ongoing customer success for each project. He personally has trained over 250 users across 25 homebuilder teams around the country.
Todd has applied his curious nature to learn how to solve complex problems in the MPC industry. His experience at Republic Property Group allowed him the opportunity to deeply understand the challenges developers face when trying to shape the journey of would-be home buyers and how they can utilize technology to help solve the customer journey.
Todd holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics from the University of Texas. He is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and is currently involved regionally through the ULI Chicago.
Distinguished group of industry executives who help to guide our strategy and accomplish our mission
George has experience as an operating executive including Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer, and Division President. George has served as a consultant, board member for both private and public boards, and industry expert and speaker on residential building and development industries.
George is a full member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), has twice served as Chair of ULI’s Residential Neighborhood Development Council, currently serves as ULI’s Community Development Council, and is a Governor of the Urban Land Institute Foundation. He also serves as the Chair of the Housing Innovation Alliance and as Chair of the Vistage group for Southern Maine.
George is the author of articles on trends in the industry; is a frequent speaker at industry conferences; and author of the book ``Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze: The Valuable Habit of Learning from Your Business Experiences.``
Kathleen's endless consumer curiosity and creativity led her to begin her career as a copywriter with the Leo Burnett Company, one of the world’s pre-eminent ad agencies, working on such well-known brands as McDonald's, Heinz, Memorex and Kellogg’s. Over the years she has successfully leveraged her expertise on how consumers interact with products to develop innovative and creative solutions for the development of master planned communities throughout the United States. Her creative problem solving allows for imaginative solutions to real estate problems.
Since launching her consultancy more than 25 years ago, she has led the strategic development of many of the nation's top master planned community brands. Cecilian Worldwide is focused on delivering blue-chip clients big ideas and big results. The company specializes in real estate business strategy, strategic branding, marketing, brand identity and creative development.
Kathleen is a Governor of the Urban Land Institute; past ULI Program Committee Member; Former Council Counselor to the ULI Community Development Council Flights; and Outgoing Chair of the Community Development Council- Blue Flight. She is a frequent speaker on all subjects related to brand creation and strategies for real estate.
Currently, Ned is the co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of Clutch, which provides a mobile platform that unifies gifting, loyalty and shopping in a single experience. Prior to Clutch, he was the co-founder, Chairman and CEO at Portico Systems providing enterprise software solutions into the healthcare payer market experiencing tremendous growth and ultimately being sold to McKesson Corporation (NYSE:MCK).
Ned works with companies to apply the appropriate strategy, vision, and operational execution to enable these companies to achieve their high growth goals as they produce tangible value to the customers and markets they serve. Along with being very active with other entrepreneurs as an advisor and an angel investor, he serves on the boards of FinPay and Empactful Capital. Ned is also a member of the Advisory Boards for Coral Homes and SocialLadder.
Ned graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Villanova University. He serves as an Advisory Council Member to Villanova’s Center for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship, (“ICE” Center), which helps instill the entrepreneurial spirit in students across all the colleges at Villanova and is part of the Villanova School of Business. Ned also was the past Chairman of the Board of the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale where he still serves as a member of the Board and the Chairman of the Robert Hamilton Endowment Fund.
CV has an MBA from the University of Michigan, an MS from Carnegie-Mellon University and a BS from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He has led presentations and discussion sessions at World Economic Forum events and has multiple publications to his credit. He is a member of Ascend, an association for Asian Executives and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. He and his wife live in Old Greenwich, CT.
Today her company, tst ink (www.tst-ink.com) works with some of the most innovative community developers and entrepreneurs to identify deep customer insights and create places and brands people connect with and experiences that matter.
A fast-thinking, passionate marketing professional, she was named “one of the most influential women in homebuilding`` by BUILDER Magazine and was inducted into the William S. Marvin Hall of Fame for Design Excellence, the second woman ever to earn this honor. Teri writes monthly for the National Association of Home Builders’ Best in American Living and is a frequent speaker on consumer insights and brand experience design.
She has a Master’s in Integrated Marketing Communications from Northwestern University, a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Sociology from Simon Fraser University, and studied Journalism at Carleton University. Teri serves as Assistant Chair of Urban Land Institute's Residential Neighborhood Development Council, is a member of the advisory board for Garman Homes and the Founder of Philosophers Café 101, a public forum for engaging conversation and exchanging ideas.
Since joining the firm in 1979, Gregg has conducted and supervised real estate consulting assignments throughout the U.S. and abroad. His international work includes projects for clients in Argentina, Mexico, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, Antigua, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.
Gregg participated as a market specialist to help create ULI’s Ten Principles for Developing Successful Town Centers, and is a contributing author of ULI’s Transforming Suburban Business Districts, Active Adult Retirement Communities, and Housing for Niche Markets. He published a white paper for the U.S. EPA titled The Market for Smart Growth.
Gregg has also published articles and/or been quoted as an industry expert in The New York Times, San Francisco Examiner, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Real Estate Today, Urban Land, The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta Business Chronicle, and Builder, with regard to a variety of land use and development-related issues. He has been a speaker for national and regional groups, including ULI and the National Association of Home Builders.
Prior to joining RCLCO, Todd’s professional career includes over seven years of experience in construction management with Skanska in Atlanta, GA and W. H. Bass, Inc. in Norcross, GA. Much of his work was concentrated on managing ground-up construction projects in retail, banking, education, and telecommunication as well as interior build-outs of high-rise office buildings. He received his Master of Business Administration (finance and real estate) from Emory University and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia. He is an active member of the Urban Land Institute, serving on ULI Austin’s Advisory Board and the Community Development Council (CDC-Black), and has been a guest speaker/lecturer/panelist at numerous real estate industry events and universities.