David Miskovich named ROSS Cos. first-ever Ceo

David Miskovich named ROSS Cos. first-ever Ceo

Published at: 2016-12-06 17:19 | Author: CIJ USA
ROSS Cos. has named David Miskovich as CEO, the first person to hold the position in the company’s history. Miskovich has served as ROSS’s chief operating officer & chief financial officer for the last 13 years. Scott Ross will remain president of ROSS Development & Investment, as well as chairman & president of ROSS Renovation & Construction, while Beth Ross will continue as president of ROSS Management Services. Prior to joining ROSS in 2003, Miskovich was vice president of asset management and operations for Archstone-Smith. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in accounting from George Mason University’s School of Management and is on the Advisory Council of the Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington.

“David is an extremely talented, effective leader who has helped guide ROSS Cos. through one of the most aggressive growth periods in its history over the last several years,” Scott Ross said in prepared remarks. “While Beth and I will continue to maintain active roles in the companies, we have abundant confidence in what David’s expanded leadership role will achieve for the future of ROSS Cos.”

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