Bernard Warren, President

Bernard Warren, Chairman and President, is directly responsible for supervising the senior staff at Webb & Brooker, Inc. The main liaison for building boards and committees, he also conducts regular staff meetings and negotiations with contractors. Mr. Warren is experienced in working with buildings and highly skilled at establishing and maintaining relationships with attorneys and governmental agencies.

Having owned and managed his own properties in Harlem and Queens, Mr. Warren has an insider’s perspective on the New York real estate community.  A Registered Apartment Manager, he serves as a Life Governor of the National Registered Apartment Managers Board of Directors and he is professionally affiliated with the Real Estate Board of New York, the Greater Harlem Real Estate Board and the National Housing Conference. In 2005, Mr. Warren was selected as a Trustee for Stillman College, a historically Black college in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and he was recently named to the Board of Managers for the Jamaica YMCA, an organization with a vision of building strong kids, strong families and strong communities

In 2006, Mr. Warren was elected to the Board of Directors of the Baybridge Clubhouse and Health Club. Also, in 2006, Mr. Warren became one of the founding members of New York Affordable Housing Management Association, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation whose purpose is to promote higher business standards and better service to owner-clients. He is also an Associate Member of the Federation of New York Housing Cooperatives & Condominiums (FNYHC) and a Professional Subscriber of the Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums.

Mr. Warren joined Webb & Brooker in 1990 after having worked as a Senior Retail Expansion
Representative for the Federal Express Corporation where he was responsible for planning, locating and negotiating retail storefront space.

Mr. Warren holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Marketing from Baruch College and a Master of Science Degree in Human Resources Development from Fordham University.
 
 
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