WinnCompanies Promotes Three to Vice President Roles

Gilbert Winn

BOSTON – WinnCompanies, an award-winning national owner, developer and manager of high-impact apartment communities, announced the promotion of three team members to vice president roles in its property management, sustainability and development functions.

“These three individuals are among several team members whose performance earned them promotions as the company started the new year,” said WinnCompanies CEO Gilbert Winn. “People are the source of our success and it’s fantastic to see so many dedicated, mission-driven team members advance in their careers here. I am very proud of the depth and diversity of talent we offer in support of our teams, residents and partners around the United States.”

Those receiving vice-presidential promotions were:

· Michael Milko, who oversees the management operations of more than 40 properties totaling nearly 5,000 residential units in a half-dozen Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states, was promoted from senior vice president to Executive Vice President for WinnResidential. Milko joined the company nearly three decades ago in 1995 and held positions of senior property manager, executive property manager, regional vice president and divisional vice president before earning the title of senior vice president in December 2017.

· Christina McPike, who has implemented more than $60 million worth of energy efficiency and decarbonization upgrades across the company’s portfolio, has been promoted from director to Vice President of Energy & Sustainability. Working on new construction, historic adaptive reuse and deep energy retrofit projects, Christina has led numerous innovative federal and state-funded initiatives transforming communities into high performance, environmentally responsible housing while addressing climate change and energy equity issues.

· Ramie Schneider, who leads a variety of mixed-income new construction projects in New England, has been promoted from senior project director to Associate Vice President for WinnDevelopment. Schneider joined the company in 2021 with a decade of experience overseeing substantial ground-up construction and redevelopment projects and has achieved notable success in navigating entitlement and community engagement efforts for the company. In 2023, she led efforts to advance plans for mixed-income communities in Hyannis, Salem and Danvers, MA, as well as closing a 93-unit mixed-income development in Shrewsbury, MA