Dale A. Reiss

Brock Capital

Dale Anne Reiss was Ernst & Young’s Global and Americas Director of Real Estate, Hospitality and Construction until her retirement in 2008. With over 40 years’ experience, she has advised public and private real estate and hospitality companies, corporations and financial institutions in all aspects of development, investment and finance.

As Managing Director of Artemis Advisors, LLC, her real estate restructuring and consulting firm based in Sanibel, Florida, she also serves clients in the positions of Senior Managing Director of Brock Capital Group LLC, a boutique investment bank, and Chairman of its affiliate, Brock Real Estate LLC, which specializes in raising capital and mezzanine financing.

Ms. Reiss currently serves as a Director, Chair of the Audit Committee and Member of the Nominating/Governance Committee of iStar Financial, Inc. (NYSE: SFI), a real estate finance and investment firm, as a Director of Tutor Perini Corporation (NYSE: TPC) where she is a member of the Audit Committee and as a Director of Starwood Real Estate Income Trust. She is also a Governor of the Urban Land Institute Foundation. She contributes to her local community as a Trustee of the Police Pension Board, City of Sanibel, FL and as a Board Member of the Southwest Florida Community Foundation.

Ms. Reiss is a former Board member of Post Properties, Inc., (NYSE: PPS), CYS Investment Inc. (NYSE:CYS), Care Capital Trust, Inc (NYSE:CCP), Pension Real Estate Association (PREA) and The Guttmacher Institute.

Ms. Reiss has held leadership positions in a wide range of real estate industry and non-profit organizations such as the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Financial Executives Institute, Institute of Management Consultants, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, and The Chicago Network.

Ms. Reiss has a BS in economics and accounting from the Illinois Institute of Technology, an MBA in finance and statistics from the University of Chicago and is a certified public accountant.