NJ adds partnership manager

Nov 13, 2019 by Triton Staff

Northrop & Johnson has hired Rebecca Stella as key account manager, strategic partnerships. 

Stella, a native of Miami with a communications degree from Florida International University, has experience in luxury marketing, events and public relations. Prior to Northrop & Johnson, she managed marketing for real estate developers, including Swire Properties, Related Companies, Related Group and PMG. 

Rebecca Stella

In her current position, Stella will manage Northrop & Johnson’s alliances with strategic partners, including NetJets, Northern Trust, Corcoran, Chai Rum, Zeelander and Viasat, according to a company press release. She will be based in the Fort Lauderdale office.

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