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Funny Business

Have we told you we like humor?

What can a trade publication do to make the industry more fun, not to mention stand out from competitors? Two words: jet packs.

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The Team

Liz Keevil

Director, Audience Development & Marketing

Sometimes in this mixed up world of commercial real estate, determination and gallons of coffee aren’t enough. Sometimes you need a hero. From out of the cold and fog of Tully, NY, that hero emerged (possibly riding a horse, we can’t remember). Liz Keevil came to us with the ferocity and candor that can only come from a sports-loving, trumpet-playing middle child. This American University alum is such a diehard Syracuse basketball fan that sometimes she comes to work dressed as an orange. Liz “Dr.” Keevil is here to elevate our marketing department to Herculean levels of achievement. (Also she bakes amazing cupcakes, so that’s a plus.) Liz is not only the hero we deserve, she’s the hero we need right now.

Francesco Decamilli

Director, Sales & Events

Francesco hails from a seacoast suburb of New Haven. In choosing Yale University, where he eventually received a B.A. in economics, Francesco made the decision to attend college close to home (in fact, his high school was a mile further). He boasts of doing his own laundry fewer than ten times during his 4-year stint at Yale. (His shirts still resent him.) Francesco enjoys soccer, fishing, biking, and all things Italian. Francesco studied abroad in Milan, where he has many relatives and where he made a bold and nearly successful attempt to finally become fluent in Italian. Francesco fell in love with NYC while interning for a tech startup, TxVia, Inc., in the city two summers ago (the company has since been acquired by Google, an acquisition Francesco is happy to take all the credit for). Exposed to the limelight, Francesco is excited to set sail from the coast of New Haven and set foot into Bisnow’s midtown office, his first new home in over 22 years. (We won’t do his laundry, that’s a guarantee.) 

Ethan Rothstein

East Coast Editor, Washington DC

Hailing from the suburbs of New York, Ethan realized he wanted to be a journalist when he was in high school. He spent so much of his time reading about, watching, and discussing sports that it seemed like a good idea to learn how to write about it. (Just read Peter King... and do the opposite.) He went to the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill School of Journalism, and his four years in College Park got him on press row and in print. It even got him (briefly) stonewalled by UMD's athletic department (swim coaches can be so sensitive). He's spent the years since college going from the beaches and farms of southern Delaware to Northern Virginia, where he's written about everything from chicken manure to public urination. (They're not glamorous beats, but someone has to cover them.) He plays, writes about and watches sports nearly constantly in his free time, mostly basketball and ultimate frisbee.

Jenna Bruce

Business Manager, Denver & Phoenix

Jenna Bruce hails from a small town in Colorado, where the beer flows like wine and the women flock instinctively like the salmon of Capistrano…a little place called Aspen. Skiing from the ripe young age of 2 years old, Jenna has always been a lover of the outdoors and mostly all sports-related activities. When indoors, Jenna enjoys reading, drinking wine and a rowdy battle of Cards Against Humanity (and sometimes watching WWE Divas). Jenna graduated from the University of Colorado (CU—not to be confused with U of C Boulder), majoring in Journalism, and though she loved writing, she decided to pursue other opportunities. She followed her sister to Chicago and there began her career in real estate. She soon fell in love with the sales role and the fact that golf is an acceptable form of business meetings. She’s excited to be joining Bisnow and to be making the move back to CO and her roots. This time, however, she won’t be making the move alone, as she was recently married in Tulum, MX and her wonderful and supportive husband Jake Meilach (also in CRE) will be joining in for the adventure.

Gena Gordon


Throughout its storied history Long Island (the "strongest" island based on self-reporting statistics) has produced some truly legendary things: Walt Whitman, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Blue Oyster Cult. We were able to find someone who combines Whitman's intelligence, Jackie's grace, and BOC's raw power, our controller Gena Gordon. Gena grew up in Great Neck on the Island (like most Long Island girls, wanting to be exactly like Debbie Gibson). She graduated with Finance and Accounting majors from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. But what Great Neck girl isn't seduced by the siren song of the Broadway lights? Gena moved to NYC where she worked for E&Y and Morgan Stanley where she managed a book of (if there are kids nearby, cover their ears) hedge funds. (Back then hedge fund wasn't a four-letter word.) And that's when the real fairy tale begins: While thinking of banishing herself to Europe, she met the man of her dreams, and moved down to the sleepy little village of her dreams, Washington, DC, holding positions at both the Hovde Companies and The Carlyle Group. Then she joined the company of her dreams, Bisnow. (She has weird dreams.) We just hope we can make this Strong Island girl feel at home, so we often blast Piano Man in her ear.

Max Hamilton

Business Development, New York

Max Hamilton's career peaked at the young age of 16, when he worked as a stagehand for a magical act called "The Magic of Jim Pasé," which featured a wheelchair-bound magician who performed levitation tricks. Sworn to secrecy on the tricks of the magician, Max went on to Washington University in St. Louis, where he graduated as a double major in Political Science and Latin American Studies.  After two years working as a high school social studies teacher in the bayou of Louisiana through Teach for America, Max's path brought him to Bisnow, where he produces events for the San Francisco and Houston markets. In his free time,Max enjoys racquetball, melting cheese in the microwave, and watching the original version of "Red Dawn."

Bisnow has spent the last eight years putting humor and fun at the core of its b-to-b media model - and has grown rapidly.

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