Rebekah Coblentz Joins Stone Mountain CID Board of Directors

Coblentz is Senior Property Manager with Atlanta-based NAI Brannen Goddard.

Rebekah Coblentz. Photo Credit: Peachtree Public Relations
Rebekah Coblentz. Photo Credit: Peachtree Public Relations
The Stone Mountain Community Improvement District (CID) has announced the addition of Rebekah Coblentz as the newest member of its Board of Directors.

Coblentz is Senior Property Manager with Atlanta-based NAI Brannen Goddard. She is responsible for managing more than two million square feet of metro industrial and office service space, including properties in Tucker and the greater CID area.

Coblentz, a resident of Tucker, represents the Board of Directors position appointed by the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners. Steve Craine, who recently retired, previously occupied the post. 

CID President Emory Morsberger said Coblentz adds to the CID’s wealth of knowledge and capabilities related to commercial real estate. He said she is a strong supporter of the CID’s goals and has participated in many of its community planning and input sessions.

“She has the resources that we need to boost economic development efforts to attract hiring businesses to our available commercial, office and industrial spaces,” Morsberger said. “She is highly skilled and well regarded for her professional abilities and leadership. We greatly appreciate Rebekah’s willingness to serve on our Board of Directors.”

Prior to coming to NAI Brannen Goddard, Coblentz served in similar positions with Monarch Realty, Faison and Childress Klein, all within the metro-Atlanta market. In these roles, she managed retail, office, industrial and medical spaces. 

Coblentz is a Certified Property Manager (CPM). She received the prestigious CPM of the Year award in 2004 and was CPM Candidate of the Year in 2003. 

In addition to her property management experience, Coblentz is a licensed sales broker. She is the past president of the Institute of Real Estate Management’s Georgia chapter and a former officer for the organization.


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