South Florida Market
Kevin Brady joined the Lanier team in July 2006. Although new to the parking business, Kevin brought with him a wealth of experience in customer service, marketing, special event production, and training. He learned the parking business as part of the management team at Atlantic Station. In September 2007, Kevin was promoted to Manager at the Campanile garage, where he was charged with not only the day-to-day operations but finding creative ways to increase the monthly parking and transient revenue. He was so successful in this endeavor that he was given responsibility for Strategic Planning & Marketing for all Atlanta operations, helping to maximize exposure and revenue for Atlanta clients.
In 2010, Kevin was promoted to General Manager over the South Florida operations and relocated to the Miami area. In this new role, Kevin is responsible for the overall success of Lanier South Florida region, provides the necessary support for local management and is Lanier’s primary point of contact for Clients in the region.
In addition to his role as General Manager, Mr. Brady continues to serve as the Strategic Marketing and Planning Regional manager for Lanier. In addition to strengthening the outlined operational support, his “on the ground” presence in South Florida adds a targeted emphasis on cutting edge marketing support for all Lanier accounts. Mr. Brady began strategic marketing for Lanier while based at Campanile, a Transwestern property in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Brady championed a successful strategic marketing plan that created an unbudgeted revenue stream of more than $200,000 in a high vacancy Class A office building resulting in a positive cash flow, despite the fact that the property was budgeted to lose nearly $30,000.00 for the year. Those revenue streams remain open and successful, years after his departure.
Regional Vice President
Sam joined the Lanier team in July 2004 as operations manager overseeing the BellSouth/AT&T accounts in Atlanta. Sam was quickly promoted to general manager of the Atlanta South District, where he oversaw a large portion of the city’s operations, including multiple Class “A” office buildings and mixed-use facilities. He was later promoted to vice president overseeing all Atlanta operations.
In January 2010, Sam was promoted to regional vice president and now oversees all Lanier operations in Georgia, Florida, and the Carolinas.
Sam has focused his career on assisting companies to grow and preserve their investments. He has brought to our company a vast knowledge in management and growth opportunities.
Prior to joining Lanier, Sam had more than 20 years of management experience, most recently as vice-president of Pritchard Industrial, a janitorial service.
Todd joined the Lanier team in late 2003. Having held management positions with Coca-Cola in Brunswick, Georgia, and with over eight years’ management experience in the restaurant industry he quickly learned the parking business and in January 2004 was managing a large Class A facility in Atlanta.
In April 2005 Todd was promoted to the position of General Manager and relocated to the Orlando area, where he oversaw Lanier’s Florida locations. At the time of the move, Lanier was in three cities and had 10 locations. By 2010, Lanier had locations in 9 cities with over 35 locations where Todd oversaw the entire state of Florida. With continued growth Todd now concentrates on the North and Central Region of Florida consisting of St.Petersburg, Tampa, Melbourne, Orlando and Jacksonville.
Todd is a member of BOMA Tampa.
Regional Vice President
South Central Region
Jimmy Heath joined Lanier as a facility manager in 2001. As Lanier grew, Jimmy was quickly promoted to operations manager, then to general manager overseeing all of Lanier’s Healthcare facilities in the Southeast. In February 2011, Jimmy was again promoted to regional vice president over the newly formed South Central Region. In this capacity, Jimmy is based in Dallas, Texas and oversees all Lanier operations in Texas, Missouri, Kansas, Arizona, and all new business west of the Mississippi.
Prior to joining Lanier, Jimmy was an operations supervisor at Six Flags over Georgia, where he, along with fellow supervisors, would lead the daily operations in the rides department and ensure that all host and hostesses delivered excellent customer service to all park visitors.
George joined Lanier in January 2012. He has more than ten years of experience leading startup operations, strategic market planning, and business development. In addition he has a strong background in customer relationship management, productivity and creative solutions. George’s focus is growing the Lanier portfolio in all lines of parking services across the commercial real estate, healthcare, mixed use facilities and municipalities in our Florida markets.
Prior to joining Lanier, George spent five years with AlliedBarton Security Services serving in a District Manager and Business Development role, which encompassed operations, customer satisfaction, client relationships, human resources and recruiting initiatives for over seventy-five clients.
He is an active member of BOMA in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale & Palm Beach Chapters. He is also involved with CREW Miami. George has helped organizations develop world class operations and exceed customer expectations/satisfaction.
George has a BS in Criminal Justice from New York Institute of Technology located in Old Westbury, NY. In addition, he holds certifications ranging from business acumen through human resource initiatives.
Director of Loss Prevention
Marc Jastremski joined Lanier Parking Solutions in August 2006. His department focuses on implementing policies and practices to proactively control the risk of loss within the organization and is responsible for the internal controls within our organization.
The LP team completes audits to ensure that all operations are adhering to established policy and procedure. They also develop and implement best practices for asset protection and provide insurance expertise to the company.
Marc seeks to provide a proactive loss prevention program that protects all assets of both Lanier and its clients, thereby allowing all involved to realize the maximized profit capabilities. He has more than 13 years of direct loss prevention experience, most recently with Shoe Carnival, a publicly held company, where he was responsible for the entire Loss Prevention operations in the southern United States.
Ms. Loomis began her career with Lanier in January 2004 as the Assistant Manager of our Wrightsville Beach, NC Parking Program. Within months, Kerry’s energetic “go-get-it” attitude quickly became recognized as she was promoted to be the Project Manager for on-street parking program for the City of Richmond, VA. Kerry has also managed our municipal parking operations in the City of Myrtle Beach, City of Wilmington, and the Town of Wrightsville Beach. Kerry’s ability to constantly deliver superior operational and financial results for our clients led to her promotion to Operations Manager in June 2008. In that capacity she was responsible for twelve locations including on-street parking, off-street parking garages, and six municipal locations. Kerry was promoted again in January 2010 to her current position of General Manager. From her base in Wilmington, NC she currently oversees all Lanier operations in the eastern Carolina territory.
J. Mark Morris
Director of Organizational Development
Mark Morris joined Lanier Parking Solutions in January 2004. In his role as Director of Organizational Development, Morris is responsible for developing and implementing a wide range of corporate-level initiatives designed to enhance the performance, development, and effectiveness of Lanier Parking Solutions’ human resources. These initiatives include Leadership Development programs, Lanier University, work unit redesign, process improvement, and change management programs.
Before joining Lanier Parking Solutions, Mark spent 18 years in the healthcare field, where he held positions in operations management and sales. During his time in healthcare, Mark was with WebMD as the Clinical Operations Manager for a 75-technician cardiac call center and a 25-person customer service call center. While at WebMD, Mark developed the Policies and Procedures manual and New Technician Training program. Morris also was responsible for the creation and implementation of the Quality Improvement program, which reduced customer complaints, and he served as the project manager of an enterprise database and software upgrade.
Mark graduated summa cum laude from Kennesaw State University, where he earned a BS in Organizational Psychology.
Andrew Riley joined Lanier Parking Solutions in 2005 as part of the operations team. He spent the next five years working up through the operational ranks and where he was responsible for the south eastern portfolio for one of Lanier’s national clients. Andrew transitioned to Business Development in 2010 and his primary focus is Texas, Phoenix and the Denver markets.
In 2006, Andrew was the recipient of the Shining Star Award which is only awarded to operational employees each year for their strong work ethic and ability to go above and beyond the Lanier Standards. Andrew understands that customer service is the key ingredient to any successful location managed by Lanier Parking Solutions. Andrew is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College where he earned his Bachelors of Arts in Economics.
Steven Taff has been in operations management since 1992. Steven spent more than 8 years at Six Flags over Georgia in the Park Operations Department. During this period, Steven acted as the primary liaison between rides, special events and the marketing department.
Since joining Lanier Parking in 1999, Steven has managed all facets of garage and event parking operations. Since 2000 Steven has been the Operations Manager overseeing all event operations in the city of Atlanta to include our Six Flags and Lakewood Amphitheater surface parking lots. Steven has been instrumental in the planning and execution of each of our large special event operations to include the 2002 & 2010 Winter Olympic Games and both PGA Championships. In 2010, Steven was promoted to General Manager of Atlanta Operations where he is responsible for the success of over 100 locations throughout the Atlanta market. The combination of Steven’s “Guest Friendly” attitude from Six Flags and his flexible thinking from his extensive event experience has made him a premier addition to the Atlanta Senior Operations Management.
Eric Williams has more than 15 years of experience leading startup operations, strategic market planning, and business development in several service industries. His strong background in customer relationship management, fiscal analysis, and cost controls has allowed his customers to focus on their core business.
At Lanier, Eric’s focus has been developing paid parking programs for multiple health care organizations including Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Healthcare Corporation of America, and Tenet Healthcare. With a track record in market analysis and strategic planning, Eric has helped these organizations develop world class parking operations and improve customer satisfaction beyond the front door of their facilities.
Eric has a BS in Business Management from Shorter College in Rome, Georgia. He is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Healthcare Financial Management Association, Georgia Hospital Association, and the Pace Academy Alumni Association (Past President).
Regional Vice President
Carolyn joined the Lanier team in July 2005. Although new to the parking business, Carolyn brought with her over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, having worked as a client development manager and vice president of operations.
Upon joining Lanier, Carolyn rapidly rose through the ranks, working in each functional area of parking operations, and was eventually promoted to general manager of Virginia. In that role, Carolyn assumed operational oversight for all of Lanier’s projects in Virginia and was instrumental in the acquisition and start-up of several new locations in Virginia. In January 2010 Carolyn was promoted to Regional Vice President, adding the state of Kentucky to her operational oversight.
As an instrumental part of Lanier’s northeast operations, Carolyn prides herself on recruiting exceptional people and developing exceptional teams that support Lanier’s corporate culture of “Exceptional People providing Exceptional Service.”