In the late 1990’s Jason Halpern founded JMH Developement. He is a third generation developer in his family that has over fifty years of experience in the real estate, property management and developement industry. Jason is known for his ability to transform historic buildings to their former glory while adding modern designs and improvements. JMH Developement is a residential and commercial real estate developement company that is located in New York. While located in New York, JMH has developed properties in not only Manhattan and Boston but also in Miami Florida. Jason Halpern, the founder of JMH, refers to his company as a “boutique developement firm” but in actuality, his developement company has done more then five hundred million in projects since 2007.
Mr. Halpern developed a more then two hundred room Aloft hotel in South Beach, Miami. JMH Developement teamed up with Madden Real Estate Ventures to complete the Aloft Miami project. These spacious hotel rooms each feature three hundred and sixty square feet of space.
The largest rental convesion project that Jason Halpern’s firm completed was at 184 Kent Avenue. This particular building is where Mr. Halpern’s office and his home, a penthouse apartment, are located. He “commutes” by walking across a roof top landscaped deck. This project entails turning a warehouse into three hundred and forty luxury apartments. In addition to this Manhattan project, Jason Halpern developed nine luxury townhouses in Brooklyn for the Townhouses of Cobble Hill project. Recently, Jason was able to solidify a deal with Kushner Companies and The Rockpoint Group. This deal will entail Jason converting the Wild Turkey bourbon warehouse that is located in Williamsburg into luxury condos.
Sheldon Lavin is the owner, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Illinois-based OSI Group, LLC. He has been with OSI Group since the 1970’s and under his leadership the company has become ranked as the 58th largest privately held organization in the nation.It was in 1970 when Sheldon Lavin became acquainted with OSI Group. He was working in the banking industry had been approached to consult on a loan the company needed in order to expand their production capacity. OSI Group needed another meat processing facility built as they were becoming one of the main suppliers of fresh beef for the fast food franchise McDonald’s. Sheldon Lavin was able to complete the loan for the company but was asked to stay on as a consultant for the firm by McDonald’s.
In 1975, Sheldon Lavin became a partner of OSI Group and eventually took the company over. He rapidly expanded the scope of the business, extending it to other restaurants across the United States, Canada, and Europe. In the 1980’s, OSI Group put operations in several Asian countries including Japan, China, Australia, and India. In addition to supplying fresh ground beef, the company now offers far more including poultry, dressings, vegetables, fruits, seafood, marinades, dips, sauces, and more.
As a very successful businessman, Sheldon Lavin is also a philanthropist. He financially donates to a great many causes including Ronald McDonald House Charities. Other charities he gives large sums to includes among others the Boys and Girls Club of Chicago, the Inner City Foundation of Chicago, the Jewish United Fund, and the United Negro College Fund. Lavin was married for 55 years before his wife passed away. He has three children as well as grandchildren. Additionally, he considers the team at OSI Group to be part of his family as well.
Rona Borre is the current CEO of Instant Alliance. She is skilled in management, leadership, temporary placement, and temporary recruitment. Borre is a graduate with a degree in business administration from the University of Arizona. For over two decades, Borre has held various executive positions in different companies. Borre began her career in 1995 as a team accountant. A year later, she got a high profile job at Sapphire Technologies to serve in the capacity of the senior accountant executive. In 2001, she was appointed the CEO of Instant Technology, LLC. In 2014, Borre was promoted to head the finance department in Chicago. The same year, Borre was called upon to serve as the CEO of the company.
Borre is a member of various organizations such as the Young Presidents associations, Economic Club of Chicago, and the Chicago Network. Borre has been recognized for her hard work and resilience by various organizations including Enterprising Women Magazine and the Business Ledger. She has also been featured by various media houses such as CNN, CNBC, Crain’s Chicago, and USA Today. Borre is also a motivational speaker and has been empowering women in conferences like EQuest Global Group Empowering Excellence and TechWeek SPARK Women-Funding Basics. Source: instantalliance.com
Rona Borre’s role at Instant Alliance
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