Store Capital adds two to board of directors
Ms. Fedewa was one of STORE Capital’s founders in May 2011. She serves as Executive Vice President – Acquisitions. Ms. Fedewa has over 20 years of experience in a broad range of financial services.
Prior to co-founding STORE Capital, Ms. Fedewa spent several years investing as a principal in singletenant commercial real estate for private real estate companies.
From 2004 to 2007, she was a Managing Director of Acquisitions at Spirit Finance Corporation, where she originated a significant volume of net-lease transactions in a variety of industries across the United States.
She also held a variety of positions within GE Capital, concluding as a Senior Vice President within the Consumer Finance Division.
Throughout her GE Capital tenure, Ms. Fedewa held leadership positions within Mortgage Insurance, Private Label Financing and Commercial Finance. While at GE, Ms. Fedewa was awarded a Six Sigma Black Belt and also served as a GE Quality Leader.
Graduating Summa Cum Laude from North Carolina State University, Ms. Fedewa received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management with a concentration in Finance.
Mr. Sklar is a founding partner of DMB Associates, Inc. (“DMB”), a privately held, diversified real estate investment and development company specializing in large-scale residential and mixed-use communities primarily in Arizona, California, Utah and Hawaii.
Mr. Sklar currently serves as Managing Director and a member of the Board of Directors of DMB, which he co-founded in 1984 with two other partners.
Mr. Sklar has over thirty years’ experience in managing the investment and development of residential and commercial real estate projects.
Prior to turning over the day-to-day management of DMB to senior management in 2009, Mr. Sklar’s work at DMB focused on making investment decisions, development planning and execution, entitlement work, as well as marketing and leasing.
He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Wisconsin. Mr. Sklar will serve on the Company’s Investment and Compensation Committees.