Select Capital Corporation, the dealer manager for private offerings and public non-traded real estate investment trusts sponsored by SmartStop Asset Management LLC and its affiliates, has hired real estate investment veteran Dawn Impellizzeri as senior vice president.
In her role, Impellizzeri is responsible for sales and marketing efforts in the north central territory, which includes Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio and western Pennsylvania. She provides consulting services and sales support through financial intermediaries in the broker-dealer, regional independent and registered investment advisor channels.
“Dawn is a well-respected professional who brings more than 25 years of financial experience, including 10 years in the alternative investment space, to her new role,” said J. Bradley Ross, managing director of sales. “We are pleased to welcome her to our expanding sales team of seasoned professionals and believe that she will serve as a valuable member of Select Capital Corporation.”
Prior to joining Select Capital, Impellizzeri was senior vice president at CIM Group L.P. She served as senior vice president of Griffin Capital Securities from 2015 to 2018, and as senior vice president with Cole Real Estate Investments for seven years. Impellizzeri also spent nine years with Transamerica Capital Inc., where she ultimately served as regional vice president.
Previously, she spent time at John Hancock as a brokerage sales manager, at Rogers Benefit Group as a sales executive, and was a registered financial advisor for Equitable Financial Companies.
Impellizzeri holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Central Michigan University.
SmartStop Asset Management is a real estate company focused on student housing and senior housing assets, and along with its affiliates, has a managed portfolio that includes approximately $2 billion of assets. SmartStop’s sponsors Strategic Student & Senior Housing Trust Inc., a public non-traded REIT, and also sponsors Section 1031 exchange offerings using the Delaware statutory trust structure.