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ROBB ‘R.J.’ JOHNSON EXECUTIVE MANAGING DIRECTOR OF BROKERAGE, MID-ATLANTIC REGION, JLL, TYSONS


Johnson develops and executes real estate planning and major facility acquisition projects for clients of international commercial real estate company JLL, where he’s worked since 2008. With more than 30 years of experience in real


estate, Johnson specializes in strategic planning, real estate finance and development, transaction struc- tures and portfolio analytics. Aſter graduating from the University of Maryland with a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in public policy, Johnson began his career as an associate for McLean real estate company Casey Miller Borris and Burns.


STEVE JOHNSON FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT, JOHNSON COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT, BRISTOL


Johnson founded Bristol-based Johnson Commercial Development in 1995. It may be best known for developing The Pinnacle, a $150 million, 240-acre shopping center that opened in 2014 directly off Interstate 81 in Bristol, Tennessee. In early 2020, Johnson, along with Principal Chief Richard Sneed of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians, announced plans for a $500 million casino, lodging and entertainment complex at The Pinnacle. At the time, the General Assembly was already considering legislation to allow voters to decide whether to legalize casino gambling in five Virginia cities, including Bristol. But Bristol, Virginia, city officials instead backed the competing $400 million Bristol Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, which was approved by voters in November. A former star tight end for the Virginia Tech Hokies football team, Johnson went on to play


for the New England Patriots and the Dallas Cowboys, and he pledged $1 million in 2013 to build the Steve Johnson Practice Fields at Virginia Tech. Currently he is aiming to produce more hous- ing in the Bristol region, Johnson said in March.


ROBERT C. ‘BOB’ KETTLER FOUNDER AND CEO, KETTLER INC., McLEAN


A third-generation builder, Kettler founded a small construction busi- ness in 1977, growing it into a multimillion-dollar real estate company. The company that bears his name has developed more than 25,000 multifamily residential units, 5 million square feet of commer- cial space, more than 71,000 homes and many mixed-use communities. Additionally, Kettler employees manage approximately 20,000 apartments in the Northeast, mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions. The Kettler name is familiar among Washington Capitals fans as well, with the Arlington practice arena for the NHL team known for 12 years as the Kettler Capitals Iceplex. In 2018, Kettler dropped the naming rights for that facility in favor of the second floor at the Capital One Arena. Last fall, Kettler broke ground on the Brentford at The Mile luxury apartments in Tysons. The construction of these 411 apartments is the second phase of development at The Mile, a 45-acre mixed-use project being developed by Kettler and PS Business Parks Inc. Bob Kettler has served on the boards of the Trust for the National Mall, The Kennedy Center, George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College and several other organizations.


LAURA DILLARD LAFAYETTE CEO, RICHMOND ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS, RICHMOND


Lafayette serves almost 7,000 members of the Richmond Association of Realtors and the Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service. She’s also the executive director of the Partnership for Housing Affordability, a nonprofit that champions affordable housing policies and developments. As a gubernatorial appointee to the Virginia


Housing Commission, Lafayette studies issues related to the availability of safe and affordable hous- ing for Virginians. Additionally, Lafayette is the immediate past chair of the boards of HousingForward


Virginia, which works to ensure affordable housing in Virginia, and the Maggie Walker Community Land Trust, which seeks to develop and steward permanently afford- able housing opportunities to foster racially equitable communities. In addition to volunteering her time to other nonprofits, Lafayette serves on the vestry of Christ Church Episcopal in Glen Allen. Aſter receiving her bachelor’s degree in religion from


William & Mary, Lafayette pursued postgraduate work at Yale Divinity School and the University of Virginia. Earlier in her career, Lafayette worked as press secretary and speechwriter for Gov. L. Douglas Wilder.


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In 2019, he won the Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Association of Greater Washington, D.C.’s James L. Eichberg Broker of the Year award.


WHAT I WAS LIKE IN HIGH SCHOOL: I focused my attention on parties and hot rod cars.


WHAT A COMPETITOR WOULD SAY ABOUT ME: Competent, driven, fair and, perhaps, overly detailed.


WHAT MAKES ME PASSIONATE ABOUT MY WORK: Collaborating with great people, creating client delight and the satisfaction from winning in business.


SOMETHING I WOULD NEVER DO AGAIN: Eat Beyond Meat.


ROBERT M.


‘BOB’ KING PRESIDENT, RETAIL SALES AND LEASING, HARVEY LINDSAY COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, NORFOLK


In 2019, aſter more than 40 years with the company, King took the helm of Harvey Lindsay Commercial Real Estate, which provides brokerage ser- vices and asset and property manage- ment in Hampton Roads. He stepped into the shoes of his brother, William E. King, who leſt to pursue private investment opportunities.


The King brothers are the adopted


sons of Harvey L. Lindsay Jr., who married their mother aſter their father, a Navy pilot, was killed in an aircraſt accident. Bob King, a graduate of Duke University and Old Dominion University, has led the firm’s retail leasing team since 1985. He also serves on the board of the ODU Educational Foundation, the university’s primary academic fundraising organization. Harvey Lindsay Sr. founded the company in 1919, when its primary focus was on residential sales. Harvey Lindsay Jr., who remains active as chairman at age 92, steered the com- pany toward expansion in sales, leas- ing, development and management of commercial properties.


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