As a principal of Plante Moran Real Estate Investment Advisors (REIA), Tori specializes in development strategy and real estate consulting throughout all stages of a project’s life cycle.
Tori understands real estate from multiple perspectives, adding significant value to a wide variety of client engagements and complex transactions. Her experience includes real estate financial feasibility and underwriting, debt procurement, due diligence, and the formulation of development and investment strategies for a comprehensive range of ground-up and redevelopment projects.
Tori has assisted in the management of more than $500 million in assets for high-net-worth and institutional investors, which included day-to-day oversight and asset-level repositioning. In addition, she was a key part of the Plante Moran REIA team overseeing projects for The District Detroit, a progressive development revitalizing downtown Detroit with 50 blocks of mixed-use development centered around the new Little Caesars Arena.
Tori is a licensed real estate broker in the state of Michigan. She has a Masters of Real Estate from Georgetown University and a Bachelors of Science degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. As an undergraduate, she was a senior captain of the Women’s Varsity Volleyball Team, winning two Ivy League championships in her four years of membership.
Tori is the Impact Committee Board Liaison of CREW Detroit and a member of the Urban Land Institute, where she is a graduate of the 2015-2016 Larson Leadership Program. In 2018, she was honored in Crain’s list of Twenty in Their 20s, a prestigious group of young professionals who are making a difference in the Detroit area.