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Michael J. Pico Joins Pennrose Management Company as Vice President of Learning and Employee Development

November 10, 2014

Philadelphia, Pa. (Nov. 10, 2014) – Michael J. Pico has joined Pennrose Management Company (PMC) as vice president of Learning and Employee Development, as announced today by the organization. Pico has more than 15 years leading organizational transformation through critical learning, training and leadership development programs both in the U.S. and abroad. In his new capacity, he leads organizational development for PMC, which includes creating individual career plans with each employee. This is the first position of its type for the company, which Pico assumed on October 20.

undefined“After concluding a comprehensive national search, I am very pleased to announce that Michael will be bringing his extensive experience and award‐winning programs to our team,” said Lee Felgar, president, Pennrose Management Company. “We look forward to his energy and input as we continue to develop our strengths and talents as a leader in the apartment management business.”

Pico comes to PMC after a successful career at Caesars Entertainment (formerly Harrah’s Entertainment) as vice president of Enterprise Learning, where he oversaw training for approximately 65,000 domestic and international employees. Earlier in his career, he was director of Training and Development at AIG American General. Pico holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration from the University of Scranton. He is a Certified Level I Coach and Certified National Bereavement Facilitator, and a licensed trainer in Customer Relations and Coaching and Development Dimensions International (DDI) programs. He presently resides in New Jersey.

“I’m excited to join PMC with its reputation for property management and individual excellence,” said Pico. “I’m passionate about developing learning strategies and solutions that will enhance the company’s goals, while providing support that allows individuals to excel and meet their personal career goals.”