- B.A., magna cum laude, University of Georgia
M.B.A., suma cum laude, Kennesaw State University
J.D., magna cum laude, Georgia State University College of Law
- Commercial Real Estate
Ms. Pearlberg has over 30 years’ experience in Commercial Real Estate, having worked in Retail, Office, Industrial, Multi-Family and Land Investments, encompassing Asset Management and law related responsibilities, including, defining Ownership Structures, Legal drafting and documentation, Zoning, Financing, Development, Leasing, Acquisitions and Dispositions. Ms. Pearlberg has worked in positions with many high-profile companies, including Regency Centers, Branch Properties, L.P., Trammell Crow Residential and Post Properties. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Georgia, her MBA in Finance from Kennesaw State University and her Law degree from Georgia State University, graduating with honors in each instance.
Ms. Pearlberg is a member of and serves on numerous industry and community associations including CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women), ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers), Cobb County Development Regulations, Council for Quality Growth, ULI-Urban Plan, Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society, the Woodruff Arts Center, the Cobb Symphony, and past Chair of The Georgia Ballet. In 2013, Ms. Pearlberg was honored as a Woman of Achievement by the NW Georgia YWCA.
In addition, Ms. Pearlberg is an adjunct professor at GSU College of Law, teaching Real Estate Transactions since 2005 and guest lectures for other classes at GSU and Georgia Tech. Ms. Pearlberg was published in the Journal of Natural Resources & Environmental Law in 2005, and often presents papers and speeches at various industry functions, including the Real Property Section for the Georgia Bar Association, the Georgia Environmental Conference, the 2006 GSU Growth Management Symposium, the ICSC Law Conference, the Atlanta Apartment Association, Databank Commercial Real Estate, The Commercial Real Estate Radio Show and has organized CLE seminars, including “Untangling the Web of Urban Development” for the Center for Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth at GSU College of Law.