Scott Manspeaker

President/CEO

Scott Manspeaker joined Inwood in 2007 and has primary responsibility for executing Inwood’s asset strategies post-closing. He is also a voting member of Inwood’s investment committee. In addition to Scott’s Inwood responsibilities, he is the CEO of Inwood’s wholly owned property management subsidiary, Woodward Management Partners.

Prior to joining Inwood, Mr. Manspeaker was the CFO/Vice President of Operations for the Sterling Group, a privately held multi-family and condominium developer based in Atlanta. During his 10 year tenure at Sterling, Mr. Manspeaker served as the asset manager for a multi-family portfolio comprised of six communities (2,042 units/$218 million). Scott structured and negotiated finance agreements for all Sterling projects, and managed all on-site and corporate personnel (50 employees). Scott directed an orderly, non-distressed liquidation of this Portfolio through CB Richard Ellis during the first half of 2007.

Prior to working at Sterling, Mr. Manspeaker was a staff accountant for Homes, Lowry, Horn & Johnson, an accounting firm based in Vienna, VA. At HLH&J he worked on financial statement audits of Government, Not-For-Profit, and Public entities. Mr. Manspeaker also prepared Federal and State tax returns for Partnerships, Corporations, and S-Corporations.

Mr. Manspeaker is a Certified Public Accountant and received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Virginia Tech.

Scott Manspekaer

President/CEO

Scott Manspeaker joined Inwood in 2007 and has primary responsibility for executing Inwood’s asset strategies post-closing. He is also a voting member of Inwood’s investment committee. In addition to Scott’s Inwood responsibilities, he is the CEO of Inwood’s wholly owned property management subsidiary, Woodward Management Partners.

Prior to joining Inwood, Mr. Manspeaker was the CFO/Vice President of Operations for the Sterling Group, a privately held multi-family and condominium developer based in Atlanta. During his 10 year tenure at Sterling, Mr. Manspeaker served as the asset manager for a multi-family portfolio comprised of six communities (2,042 units/$218 million). Scott structured and negotiated finance agreements for all Sterling projects, and managed all on-site and corporate personnel (50 employees). Scott directed an orderly, non-distressed liquidation of this Portfolio through CB Richard Ellis during the first half of 2007.

Prior to working at Sterling, Mr. Manspeaker was a staff accountant for Homes, Lowry, Horn & Johnson, an accounting firm based in Vienna, VA. At HLH&J he worked on financial statement audits of Government, Not-For-Profit, and Public entities. Mr. Manspeaker also prepared Federal and State tax returns for Partnerships, Corporations, and S-Corporations.

Mr. Manspeaker is a Certified Public Accountant and received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Virginia Tech.