Houlihan Lawrence shakes up C-suite

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Oct.October 06, 2020 03:58 PM
Houlihan Lawrence CEO Liz Nunan and COO John Canniffe

Houlihan Lawrence CEO Liz Nunan and COO John Canniffe

Real estate brokerage Houlihan Lawrence has made some big changes to its C-suite.

President Liz Nunan has been named CEO, replacing Chris Meyers, who retired in March, the company announced in a release. Nunan has spent 20 years with the firm and in 2018 was made COO, then president in 2019.

John Canniffe, who most recently helmed the Real Estate Board of New York’s Residential Listing Service, has joined Houlihan Lawrence as COO. Before that he was with brokerage conglomerate Realogy, the parent of Coldwell Banker, Sotheby’s International Realty and the Corcoran Group.

Houlihan Lawrence has 1,300 agents and serves areas north of New York City, including Westchester, Fairfield and Dutchess counties. Those areas have seen a surge in demand since the coronavirus pandemic. —Dennis Lynch


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