Kelsea Alexander is a Vice President in the Industrial group at Crow Holdings Capital, where she focuses on development and acquisition opportunities in the Central and Southeastern regions of the United States. Since joining the firm in 2017, Kelsea has also been involved in the leasing, asset management
, and disposition of industrial investments across various CHC real estate funds.
Prior to joining CHC, Kelsea spent four years with Ernst & Young in the Transaction Advisory Services – Real Estate & Hospitality group.
Kelsea received a B.A. degree in French Language and Literature, as well as B.B.A. and M.S. degrees in Accounting, from Southern Methodist University. She holds a diploma in the Mastery of the French Language from the French Ministry of Education, as well as a CPA license in the State of Texas. Kelsea currently serves on the Young Alumni Board of Southern Methodist University and is a member of the NAIOP National Industrial Perspectives III Forum.
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