Dana Salbak replaces Craig Plumb at JLL as MENA Head of Research
In her new role Salbak will work closely with JLL’s team of researchers across MENA to drive the firm’s research output
New York Stock Exchange-listed real estate investment and advisory firm, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has appointed Dana Salbak as the head of research for Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Salbak will replace Craig Plumb, who according to his LinkedIn profile too up the role in 2008. Plumb will continue to work with JLL in an advisory role.
In the four years that Salbak has been at JLL, she has delivered a number of industry-specific publications and detailed market intelligence.
The new role will see Salbak work closely with JLL’s team of researchers across MENA to drive synergy and collaboration in the firm’s research output.
Additionally, she will oversee a team of 10 researchers and data analysts covering the MENA region. She will continue to drive JLL's capabilities in data collection, management and analytics, along with strengthening its market position.
According to Salbak’s LinkedIn profile, she has previously worked at Knight Frank and Citigroup. She holds a BA and MA in Political Studies from American University of Beirut.