Graycor Construction Company has hired industry veteran Stephanie Handley as Business Development Manager for the Southwest Division. In her new role, Handley serves on Graycor’s Southwest leadership team, directing sales and marketing efforts to strategically grow the company’s local and regional market share.
Based in Phoenix, Handley will help to identify and pursue opportunities that support the company’s vision through existing industrial and office projects, as well as new development opportunities in diversity markets ranging from retail and entertainment to hospitality and tenant improvement.
“Stephanie is extremely well respected in our region – not only for her industry knowledge but also for her tremendous work ethic and collaborative spirit,” said Todd Ostransky, Graycor Construction Company Vice President of the Southwest Division. “We are thrilled to have her at the helm of our business develop strategy and are excited for all she will contribute to the evolution of our regional footprint and the services we’re able to provide to our valued clients.”
With more than 18 years of industry experience, Handley’s career spans roles as Vice President of Business Development, Business Development Director and Leasing/Property Management, with focused expertise in sales, operations and client development.
“Graycor has a stellar reputation – locally and nationally – for building great projects for great partners while also delivering a best-in-class experience,” said Handley. “That is important to me and makes it such a pleasure to join this team. I love making connections, developing new opportunities and working with the best in the business.”
Handley holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from Arizona State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. She is a member of Valley Partnership, the Spring Conference Chair for Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED) and holds numerous leadership positions in the Urban Land Institute (ULI) including Membership Committee Vice Chair and member of the organization’s District Leadership Council, Women’s Leadership Initiative and ULI Next.