RIVERHEAD: Ellen Cea,
Director of Tenant and Community Development at Rechler Equity Partners, Long Island’s largest commercial real estate company, has been named to the board of directors of Maureen’s Haven, a human service organization based in Riverhead that provides shelter, meals and training to homeless adults and families throughout the North and
“We are pleased and
honored to welcome Ellen to our board,” Maureen’s Haven Executive Director Tracey Lutz said during the announcement on Monday. “She and Rechler Equity Partners are supporters of Maureen’s Haven and
understand the critical role
played by private industry in helping our group to fulfill its mission. As a result of the slow economy and more recently, Superstorm Sandy, the demand for our services has never been greater. I’m confident Ellen’s enthusiasm and business knowledge will make a real difference on the board and throughout our network.”
At Rechler Equity Partners, Cea’s primary focus is to oversee marketing and tenant development at the Hampton Business District at Gabreski, a 55-acre, state-of-the-art business park being developed by Rechler Equity at Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach. The project is expected to break ground early next year.
“Rechler Equity has a long history of supporting not-for-profits across Nassau and Suffolk but particularly in the communities where the company is active,” explained Cea.
To learn more about Maureen’s Haven, visit www.maureenshaven.org. More information on the Hampton Business District is available at