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Al. Neyer Announces Three Key Executive Leadership Positions

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Friday November 22, 2019

Al. Neyer Announces Three Key Executive Leadership Positions

Gaither, Fuerbacher, Weingartner Appointed to Reflect Company’s Strategy of Competitive Growth

November 22, 2019 (CINCINNATI, Ohio) – Al. Neyer announces three key executive leadership positions and has promoted Stephanie P. Gaither to the role of executive vice president and chief financial officer, Tim Fuerbacher to the role of vice president, preconstruction, and Jennifer Weingartner to the role of vice president, capital and investor relations in a move that supports growing the company’s initiatives in the four markets it currently serves.

Gaither will continue to head Al. Neyer’s finance, accounting and people operations teams, overseeing critical functions including capital management, accounting, and the formation and execution of highly complex financing structures. She has nearly 20 years of experience in finance  and accounting including more than 15 years of experience in commercial and residential real estate development and has been with Al. Neyer since 2018. Gaither has also held leadership positions at Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC), Fifth Third Bank, and Arthur Andersen.  Gaither holds an MBA from University of Cincinnati and a BS in accounting from American University.

Fuerbacher, who first joined the company in 1986, was promoted to his role after serving in several key positions. In his role, he will oversee preconstruction operations across Al. Neyer’s entire footprint from preliminary site development, project design, and estimating. Fuerbacher is an expert in the design-build delivery model. He is essential to securing new opportunities as well as serving our clients well. He holds a BS in construction management from the University of Cincinnati.

Weingartner’s promotion to vice president, capital and investor relations positions the company to continue expanding its capital relationships. In her role, she will source debt and equity capital and oversee investor relations for high-net-worth and institutional investors. She will remain directly involved with internal and external teams to coordinate information related to securing and closing capital for key projects. Weingartner holds a BS in finance from Indiana University.

Gaither, Fuerbacher, and Weingartner are filling three key executive leadership positions on Al. Neyer’s executive team. “Al. Neyer has posted record growth for three years and counting, demanding our employee-owners to expand their skill sets and areas of responsibility,” Molly North said. “Stephanie, Tim, and Jennifer embody our company’s core values and share a great deal of credit for our collective success.”


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