The Leading Ladies of Blackstone Group Leasing & Management

March 2022


The women of BLACKSTONE GROUP LEASING & MANAGEMENT not only make up a key component of the team but have also played a huge role in the company’s growth and expansion in coverage area and scope of services. With a unique investor-focused mindset, Blackstone offers full-service property management including but not limited to property marketing, tenant screening, financial reporting, and other valuable services for property owners.

“We want the best for our clients and tenants in every circumstance,” says property manager Amanda Csigay who started working for Blackstone in 2018. “We advise our clients with up-to-date, legally backed information so they can make the best decisions for their investments.” A senior property manager Adeliz Rodriguez has climbed the ranks and now manages two of the largest portfolios at Blackstone, building strong relationships with each of her clients along the way. As assistant property manager and Blackstone’s legal coordinator, Rebecca Phelps uses the empathy and patience cultivated through an education in social work to ensure a smooth rent collection process. “There is a lot of financial help for tenants in Rhode Island currently, so I also assist with that process,” says Rebecca.

On the accounting end of Blackstone, Jennifer Sunderland, director of accounting, draws on past property and business management experience to lead her department in the fast-paced environment through each new challenge. “I am a big fan of complicated problems and this position allowed me to create company policies that help streamline accounting processes for a growing company,” says Jennifer. Accounting assistant Yanis Rodriguez shares Jennifer’s interest and skill in problem-solving, providing support and monitoring payable and receivable accounts.

Each member of the team brings different skills and experiences to the company, creating a blend of unique perspectives. “I feel appreciated and encouraged every day to give the best of myself,” says Adeliz. “As a woman, it can be hard to have a voice, but I’ve never felt that in Blackstone. Every time I suggest an idea, my opinion is heard and respected.”

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