Rachel Elias Wein is an experienced executive, business strategist, and board director focused on the impact of evolving consumer trends on commercial real estate. Rachel advises executive and board leadership of national retailers and institutional real estate firms on enterprise-wide capital allocation. Client companies represent public and private firms with combined portfolios in excess of $60 billion representing tens of thousands of assets.
Rachel counsels organizations on portfolio strategy and execution, financial restructuring, investments and M&A, omnichannel fleet optimization, and fulfillment and supply chain innovation. Her experience guiding owners and operators through change provide a valuable perspective for companies evolving to meet the needs of the rapidly changing consumer.
Rachel serves as a Board Member of Alpine Income Property Trust (NYSE: PINE) and recently served as an Advisory Board Member of Ravti Corporation, a privately-held commercial real estate tech startup which was acquired in 2020. She serves on several not-for-profit boards including Tampa Bay International School, Camp Judaea Property Inc., and the University of Florida’s Kelley A. Bergstrom Center for Real Estate. Rachel is Chairman of the Urban Land Institute’s Commercial Retail Development Council (Gold Flight) and serves on the International Council of Shopping Centers’ Open Air Committee.
Previously, Rachel served as a development executive with The Sembler Company and a senior associate with Ernst & Young’s (EY) Real Estate Advisory practice, counseling clients on over $40 billion in M&A and capital programs.
Rachel earned Master’s degrees in both real estate and architecture and an undergraduate degree in design from the University of Florida, Gainesville.