The Federal Real Property Association (FRPA) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit community of Federal property asset managers and real estate professional working together to solve today’s asset management and workplace challenges. As part of its on-going mission, the FRPA supports and promotes professionalism among real property executives, managers and vendors in the public and private sectors. Our members strive to provide effective and efficient management of real property.
Mission To create and empower a community of Federal and private sector professionals to address today’s Federal real property and workplace challenges.
Vision Be the platform to foster innovative thinking, promote collaboration and share leading practices within the Federal real property community.
Mary Goldsmith Mary Goldsmith serves as the Director of Business Development for RSM’s federal government and GSE practice in Washington D.C. RSM is the nation’s fifth largest public accounting firm offering services in audit, tax and consulting. Mary is primarily focused on leveraging the firm’s expertise in financial services, real estate, housing and healthcare. She also serves as an in-house lobbyist for RSM’s Congressional initiatives. Prior to joining RSM, Mary brought in new business in FL for global engineering firm, Atkins. She also worked in the FL House & Senate and subsequently served in a legislative affairs capacity for the Mortgage Bankers Association. Mary received her bachelor’s from Palm Beach Atlantic University and her master’s from Florida State University. She is very active both philanthropically and civically in local organizations such as the Rotary Club of Washington, the Junior League of Washington, Association for Government Accountants, Women in Housing & Finance, Women in Government Affairs, and the Florida State Society. Mary was recently honored as a 40 under 40 by the Leadership Center for Excellence, an outgrowth of Leadership Arlington.
Thomas Fukuda Tom Fukuda is a Senior Manager in Deloitte Consulting’s Real Estate & Location Strategy Federal practice. He manages and is involved with several consulting assignments covering Federal real property asset management solutions, real estate business strategies, and operational process improvements. Mr. Fukuda’s areas of expertise include real estate asset management strategies and solutions; business process improvement and change management; and general project management. He serves on the Federal Real Property Association's Executive Board and have been an active member of the organization since 2005.
Gordon Griffin Gordon Griffin is a federal real estate attorney in Holland & Knight's Washington, D.C., office. Gordon represents building owners, real estate developers, real estate investment trusts (REITs) and asset managers nationwide in all aspects of General Services Administration (GSA) lease procurement and negotiation, lease administration and litigation of lease disputes. Gordon is the co-author of the 2016 Federal Government Real Estate Leasing guide published by LexisNexis. Gordon's work covers a variety of aspects of federal real estate, including: Counseling real estate clients through the federal procurement process, including bid protests of overly restrictive or unfair RLP provisions at the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims; assisting clients in the federal claims process, and litigating federal lease disputes under the Contract Disputes Act at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, as well as the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals and Civilian Board of Contract Appeals; and counseling real estate clients through the purchase and sale of properties with government tenants.
Genevieve Hanson Genevieve Hanson has spent over 11 years overseeing real estate planning transactions and assets valued over $7 Billion, including activities such as planning, entitlements, design construction and disposition. In addition, Genevieve has more than 10 years’ experience as a strategy and operations consultant performing process re-engineering, developing business cases, creating financial models and managing organizational change. In addition to Genevieve’s current role as Vice President, Real Estate Services, Concourse Federal Group, she has held leadership positions at U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, U.S. General Services Administration, District of Columbia’s Deputy Mayor’s Office for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), Booz Allen Hamilton and Computer Science Corporation. She earned her B.A. from the College of William and Mary and an MBA from the University of Chicago.
Bradley Morgart Brad Morgart joined the Federal Real Property Association (FRPA) Executive Board in 2016. He is a business intelligence analyst and asset management consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton where he focuses on developing data-driven solutions to real property challenges for federal government clients. He leads a variety of engagements to implement asset management best practices and develop performance metrics and analytical tools to help clients better understand their real property portfolios. Mr. Morgart has hands-on expertise in project management, business rule documentation, and data analytics/visualization utilizing software such as Tableau. He has a Bachelor's degree in Finance from Penn State University and a Master's Degree in Applied Economics from Johns Hopkins University.
Thomas Shea Thomas Shea is co-founder of The Concourse Group and Concourse Federal Group. With 26 years of real estate and finance experience, he is an unparalleled leader on P3 projects. He has supported over 60 federal consulting projects while at Concourse. Since co-founding Concourse in 2001, he has provided consulting support on projects totaling over 12,000 housing units and 4 million square feet of office and mixed-use space across 37 states. Mr. Shea manages P3 developments at the program and project levels for housing, utility, energy, and mixed-use projects. Mr. Shea led Redstone Gateway project, a 468-acre, $1B, master-planned, mixed-use P3. He also manages Concourse’s contracts with the US Navy (P3 portfolio consisting of 68,000 units), US Army, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, as well as a multitude of state a local clients including the Alexandria, VA; El Paso, Texas; and Montgomery County, MD. Mr. Shea has a MS in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins and a BA in Economics from Loyola University.