Malcolm Van de Riet II is the President of White Oak Properties and is responsible for managing advisory service, acquisition and development activities for the Company within the Washington Metropolitan Area. Mr. Van de Riet is also an Adjunct Professor for the Masters of Real Estate Development program at George Mason University.
Previously Mr. Van de Riet was the Vice President of Development for Jefferson Apartment Group (“JAG”), which encompasses real estate operations within the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast Regions of the United States. In June of 2009, JAG purchased the Mid-Atlantic division of JPI where Mr. Van de Riet was the Regional Director of Development. While at JPI, Mr. Van de Riet oversaw the development of multiple apartment communities within the Washington Metropolitan Area. Prior to joining JPI in 2005, Mr. Van de Riet served as the Managing Director of Development and Construction for Lerner Enterprises where he was involved in the development of residential, hotel, office and retail developments. Mr. Van de Riet started his career at Jack Kent Cooke Incorporated in 1993, where he last served as the Director of Finance for JKC Stadium Inc. (The Washington Redskins) and Project Manager during the construction of Jack Kent Cooke Stadium (FedEx Field).
Mr. Van de Riet has a Masters of Science in Real Estate Development from George Mason University and a Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting from Shenandoah University. Mr. Van de Riet is married and has one son.