Our Leadership

Jaymie’s career spans more than two decades, featuring roles in both institutional organizations and entrepreneurial ventures. She began her career at Deutsche Bank in Real Estate investment banking, later transitioning to a role at Related Capital, an affordable-housing financier specializing in LIHTC bond originations and tax-credit equity syndications. During her tenure at Related Capital, Jaymie focused on strategy and capital raising initiatives, playing a pivotal role in transforming the company into a more well-known, institutionally owned, publicly traded company.

Following her time at Related Capital, Jaymie attended UCLA Anderson School of Management, where she was awarded the prestigious ULI Kenneth M. Good Graduate Student Fellowship. After graduating with an MBA, Jaymie co-founded AJ Capital Partners, a real estate operating business with a focus on the hospitality sector. Under her leadership, the business completed over $500 million in acquisitions of unique hospitality assets between 2009 and 2012.

Expanding her focus beyond hospitality, Jaymie became the Head of Acquisition at Blatteis & Schnur, where she made significant contributions to retail development projects, including At Mateo in Downtown LA and the transformative redevelopment of the Macy Men’s Store in San Francisco’s Union Square.

Most recently, Jaymie founded the Calderly Group, an investment and advisory firm. Calderly created successful joint ventures in which it acquired, redeveloped, and sold a portfolio of 700 workforce housing units in Salt Lake City, in addition to consulting on various real estate projects.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Jaymie dedicates herself to her community. Her involvement with the Cedars-Sinai Board of Governors, Cayton Children’s Museum Women’s Philanthropy Circle, and UCLA REAG Endowment Circle underscores her commitment to societal betterment. She is a proud alumna of Middlebury College and UCLA Anderson School of Management. Jaymie resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two daughters.

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