Krista H. Vannoy, CCIM, has been promoted to Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Waldvogel Commercial Properties. She has been a commercial real estate practitioner since 2001 and has been with the firm since its founding.
In her new post, Vannoy will focus on developing growth strategies and new lines of business, as well as building on the company’s platform of high quality client services, said Michael Waldvogel, President and Chief Executive Officer, adding that one of her strengths is “coaching and mentoring new staff and associates.” She will continue in her role of sales and leasing broker where she has displayed her ability to work through complex commercial and industrial transactions, he said.
Prior to her career in real estate, she worked in downtown economic development, including serving as Executive Director for both the Martinsville Uptown Revitalization Association and Lexington Downtown Development Association. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Meredith College and holds the CCIM designation.
She is a 2006 graduate of Leadership Roanoke Valley and has been active in the Roanoke Valley Preservation Foundation and the International Council of Shopping Centers. She volunteers as a puppy handler for Saint Francis Service Dogs; as a coach for the No Boundaries Beginner Running Program, and served as race director for Four On The 4th, a charity four-mile foot race.