Ashley Davidson Named Notable Woman in Commercial Real Estate

Ashley Davidson has been named a Notable Woman in Commercial Real Estate by BizWest. This program recognizes women who work with clients to buy, lease, sell, or rent nonresidential properties, such as office, retail space, industrial and multi-family properties.

As the Director of Real Estate Management for Brinkman Real Estate, Ashley provides strategic planning, direction, and oversight of the real estate management team to determine long-term planning and forecasting through efficient operations and leasing. She also serves as the liaison between the development, leasing, and property management teams to support the strategy for asset management and ensure we are cultivating market value to increase investor returns.

Ashley has over a decade of property management experience spanning across multi-family, mixed use, office, retail, and garage operations. She brings extensive expertise in leasing across multiple real estate sectors and providing direct support to tenants to ensure their success. Her portfolio includes 2.7M SF of retail/office managed over her career including several multi-family, commercial, and value-add ground-up projects.

Ashley is an exceptional leader who, after taking over Brinkman’s real estate management division, doubled the team and led the department to profitability for the first time in the company’s history.

She has also been directly responsible for asset management that has led to a 140% increase in annual revenue and a 150% increase in net income, as well as leading the division through expansion into new states for the first time. Ashley is unique in her industry in that she truly values the partnership between tenant and landlord and believes it has a positive multiplying effect on the community. Through unique contract structures, marketing assistance, and program development, she aims to give a positive experience to our tenants.

Ashley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Texas at Austin in Government.