MINNEAPOLIS (July 22, 2014) – Nancy Ferrell, senior vice president/managing director of NorthMarq Capital’s Baltimore regional office, has been named a Real Estate Forum Women of Influence Award winner, joining other exceptional women from the commercial real estate industry noted for their professional achievements, leadership qualities and contributions to the community.
Ferrell and the other 2014 Women of Influence winners are profiled in the newest issue of Real Estate Forum. The women were selected for exceptional accomplishments, transactional volume, contributions to the industry at large and the impact on their company’s overall success.
Over the past 12 months, Ferrell placed more than $250 million in 24 transactions, including $78.6 million in loans for a private office and flex development located on a United States Army base.
Ferrell joined NorthMarq Capital in 2003 when her previous employer, the mortgage banking division of Legg Mason Real Estate Services, was acquired by NorthMarq. She was promoted to managing director in 2012.
“Nancy has been a trailblazer for our company and is well deserving of this honor,” said William Ross, president of NorthMarq, “During her 11 years with NorthMarq, she has consistently ranked in the top 10 percent of producers each year.”
Ferrell holds a Maryland real estate license and is a member of NAIOP, CREW and ICSC. She was the recipient of the 2012 Service Provider Award from the Maryland Chapter of NAIOP and formed and co-chaired the NAIOP-MD Community Service Committee from 2005-2007. In addition to participating on various NorthMarq Committees, she is a current trustee for The Bryn Mawr School, a college preparatory K-12 school for girls located in Baltimore. She is a past long-term board member and board president for the House of Ruth Maryland. In addition she served as co-commissioner for Towsontowne Girls Lacrosse Rec Council program 2004-2009. She holds a B.S. degree in finance from the University of Delaware, with post graduate work at Johns Hopkins University.