- Morgan Properties has promoted Marina Dikos to chief financial officer.
- Dikos will be the first woman CFO for the firm, which is the nation’s third-largest apartment owner. She will succeed J. Patrick O'Grady who is retiring after 14 years with the company.
- Dikos has been senior vice president and chief accounting officer for the King of Prussia, Pennsylvania-based firm since joining the company in May 2021.
As CFO, Dikos will oversee accounting, budgetary, treasury, compliance and financial due diligence at Morgan. She is also responsible for the development of corporate accounting policies and procedures, information technology, human resources, risk management and the implementation of financial controls and reporting across the company’s teams in King of Prussia; Rochester, New York; and Boca Raton, Florida.
Dikos brings more than 30 years of experience to her new role. Before joining Morgan, Dikos served as senior vice president and chief accounting officer at Malvern, Pennsylvania-based Balfour Beatty Investments. She also held positions with the accounting firms KPMG and Arthur Andersen LLP.
“As we welcome Marina, we are confident that the company's executive leadership team and finance group will benefit from her strong multifamily industry experience, in addition to her deep background leading finance functions with a sharp focus on creating long-term value for organizations,” said Jonathan Morgan, president of Morgan Properties JV in a press release shared with Multifamily Dive.
Morgan Properties, founded in 1985 by Mitchell Morgan, also announced a series of moves within the executive leadership team. Morgan will expand the scope of responsibility for Greg Curci, now executive vice president of operations and asset management and promote Samantha McQuown to senior vice president of operations and Jessica Sachs to vice president of talent acquisition and development.
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