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REAL ESTATE


JEFFREY S. ‘JEFF’ DETWILER PRESIDENT AND CEO, THE LONG & FOSTER COS., CHANTILLY


Aſter graduating from Princeton University with a degree in psychology in 1983, Detwiler worked for a variety of finance institutions, including Bank of America, Countrywide Home Loans and Credit Suisse First Boston. In 2009, he joined Long & Foster, Virginia’s largest residential real estate com- pany, as its president and chief operating officer. In 2017, aſter the family-owned company was


sold to HomeServices of America Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary, Detwiler became its CEO. “It’s like so many other things, you kind of


fall into it. It just sort of unfolds in front of you,” Detwiler said of his career on an episode of the


“Go With John Show” podcast, hosted by John Jorgensen, an agent in Long & Foster’s McLean office.


Detwiler leads 1,800 employees and 11,000 real estate agents in seven states and Washington, D.C. The company posts nearly $30 billion in annual sales. In January, Detwiler was ranked No. 35 on the Swanepoel Power 200 list, which ranks top executives in the residential real estate industry. Detwiler also serves on the boards for Upstream, a data management platform for the real estate industry, and the Greater Washington Board of Trade.


GERALD S. DIVARIS CHAIRMAN AND CEO, DIVARIS GROUP, VIRGINIA BEACH


With prominent national real estate sales and management compa- nies under the Divaris Group umbrella, Gerald Divaris and his cousin Michael Divaris have one of Hampton Roads’ most familiar last names. They arrived in Virginia Beach in 1981, relocating the company they founded seven years earlier in Cape Town, South Africa, their home country.


The two men still lead the corporation, which now has offices across the state as well as in North Carolina, South Carolina and California. Divaris Real Estate Inc. manages, sells and leases about 31 million square feet of office, retail and industrial space on the East Coast and employs about 175 people. Among the company’s high- profile tenants are Kohl’s, Best Buy, Banana Republic and P.F. Chang’s, and Divaris Group is perhaps best known for developing and manag- ing Virginia Beach’s Town Center, a bustling mixed-use project with offices, retail, hotels and restaurants. Gerald Divaris also sits on the board of Realty Resources, a national network of retail brokers that he co-founded, and is a founding member of the Central Business District Association, which supports the growth of Virginia Beach’s business community. He is a Virginia Beach regional board member of TowneBank and serves on the board of the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts Foundation.


DANIEL FAUST CHIEF EXECUTIVE – AMERICAS EAST, AECOM, ARLINGTON


Since 2016, Faust has led international infrastructure design firm AECOM’s design and consulting services business for the Eastern U.S. and Latin America, overseeing about 8,000 employees. The top Virginia-based executive at the Los Angeles-based Fortune 500 company, Faust joined AECOM in 2005 aſter serving as the Delaware River Port Authority’s chief engineer. His duties have included supervising highway and bridge projects and leading AECOM’s surface transportation market sector. A graduate of the University of Delaware and Drexel University,


Faust says, “It’s important to be flexible and open to new opportu- nities. AECOM is unique in its breadth and depth of services, which allows our people to reinvent themselves and try new things.”


WHAT MAKES ME PASSIONATE ABOUT MY WORK: Our people — AECOM has the best expertise in the business. Our professionals are passionate about partnering with our clients and advancing the communities where we live and work.


TONY FIORILLO PRESIDENT AND CEO, ECS GROUP OF COS., CHANTILLY


Fiorillo started at ECS, a Chantilly-based, employee-owned engineering firm, as a field technician in 1993, becoming president in 2020. In January, he was named CEO, managing approximately 2,000 employees.


ECS focuses on geotechnical, construction materials, environmental and facilities engi- neering, and it has more than 70 offices across the country. In its engineering portfolio are projects at Fairfax’s Metro Park, Inova Fairfax Hospital and the AP Moller-Maersk Shipping Terminal in Portsmouth. Taking the helm of the company, Fiorillo stepped into the shoes of


Henry Lucas, who co-founded ECS in 1988 and plans to stay on as board chairman through 2022. An alumnus of Auburn University, George Mason University’s business school and the University of Florida, Fiorillo prefers to cede the spotlight to others, noting in a 2020 interview that Lucas was a “tre- mendous mentor” and that succeeding him was “humbling and daunting at the same time.” Fiorillo also is a board member for U.S. Hunger, a nonprofit formerly


known as Feeding Children Everywhere, which has activated more than 830,000 volunteers to package and distribute 140 million meals for children in need.


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