Marty Mayer has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Stirling Properties since 2002.
Stirling Properties is one of the most diversified full-service commercial real estate companies in the country, utilizing a team of trusted experts in brokerage, development and redevelopment, acquisitions and investments, and property and asset management over a wide array of property types across the Gulf South region.
Mayer is affiliated with numerous industry and business organizations, including International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Urban Land Institute (ULI), Greater New Orleans, Inc., Louisiana Association of Business & Industry (LABI), Bureau of Governmental Research, and New Orleans Business Council.
He is also involved in many economic development and entrepreneurial movements throughout the greater New Orleans area and the Gulf South region.
Mayer was inducted into the Junior Achievement of New Orleans’ Business Hall of Fame, and has been honored by the Young Leadership Council of New Orleans as one of the Top 25 Role Models of the Year.
- International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
- PAC, Chairman
- North American Leadership Committee
- Worldwide Board of Trustees, Past member
- Open Air Center Committee, Co-Chairman (2008-2010)
- Urban Land Institute (ULI)
- Small Scale Development Council - Black Flight
- Small Scale Development Council - Silver Flight, Chairman (2007-2009)
- Greater New Orleans, Inc. (GNO, Inc.)
- Coalition for Coastal Resilience & Economy, Chairman
- Chairman (2009-2010)
- Past Chair Emeritus
- Southeast Super Region Committee, Past Chair
- Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI), Board of Directors, Executive Committee
- Bureau of Governmental Research, Board of Directors
- St. Tammany Corp., Commissioner, Vice Chair
- Northshore Community Foundation, Board of Directors
- United Way of Southeast Louisiana, Campaign Cabinet
- IV 100 - a group of individuals, foundations, and corporations helping to drive The Idea Village’s efforts to create a self-sustaining entrepreneurial ecosystem in New Orleans by 2018
- Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
- Master of Business Administration, Finance - Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana