• New finance director to focus on East Coast portfolio
SAN DIEGO, CA (Feb. 3, 2010) – National problem resolution and real estate services firm Douglas Wilson Companies (www.douglaswilson.com) is beefing up its East Coast presence with a new finance director.
Wendy A. Hudson recently joined the company’s Atlanta office and will focus her accounting skills on Eastern properties valued at more than $404 million. The DWC East Coast portfolio includes Opus’ Half Street and 100 M Street in Washington D.C.; the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration Laboratory at the University of Maryland; McCar Homes of Atlanta; and Nautica Apartments in St. Petersburg, Fla.
“Demand for our specialized services, especially in distressed real estate and court-appointed receiverships, continues to grow nationwide, and financial experts with Wendy’s skills are key to our continuing success,” said CEO Douglas P. Wilson. Based in San Diego, Calif., Douglas Wilson Companies has six offices around the United States, including Atlanta, Las Vegas, Miami, Orlando and San Francisco. “Wendy’s accounting background, including budgeting, forecasting and banking and investor relationships, will serve our growing roster of clients well.”
Hudson’s primary responsibilities include: prepare cash flow projections, financial reporting and analysis regarding all types of real estate; advise both legally and financially regarding homeowner’s associations; manage forensic accounting projects, receiverships, and real estate consulting assignments.
Prior to joining Douglas Wilson Companies, Hudson worked as finance manager at McCar Homes Inc. During her eight years there, Hudson was promoted twice and gained a broad base of accounting experiences, including: cash flow models, budgeting and forecasting, financial reporting and analysis, distribution schedules, capital procurement, general ledger and account reconciliation.
Hudson earned her Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Tennessee Wesleyan College, where she was a four-year academic/athletic scholarship recipient. The softball player received an NAIA Academic All-American Award as well as the college’s Athletic Director’s Award.