Meet The Team
N. Richard Kalikow
Chairman & CEO
N. Richard Kalikow has been in the real estate business for 45 years as both an owner and a lender.
Prior to co-founding Gamma, Jonathan Kalikow spent 18 years on Wall Street. There, he invested across industries and asset classes on behalf of institutions.
Benjamin Davidoff works on deal sourcing and asset management for Gamma’s lending and development portfolios.
Vice President | Asset Management
Prior to joining Gamma as Vice President of the multifamily division, Dan Driscoll worked for a private equity group investing in institutional quality apartment communities in the southern United States and led the strategic growth of the southeast division from both an acquisition and operations standpoint.
Michele Eschert, CFA
Managing Director | Capital Raising & Investor Relations
Prior to joining Gamma, Michele Eschert spent almost a decade in senior management positions with multi-billion dollar alternative investment managers.
Prior to joining Gamma as an analyst, Matthew Jacobs was a graduate student at the University of Oxford, having received a fellowship to study architectural history.
Analyst | Asset Management
Max Kalikow works on asset management for Gamma’s portfolio of multifamily properties in the southeastern United States.
Head of Construction
Mike Khlyavich has been Director of Construction at Gamma and its predecessor Manchester Real Estate & Construction for the past 12 years.
Analyst | Acquisitions
Mack Levine works on acquisitions and asset management for Gamma’s portfolio of multifamily properties in the southeastern United States.
Senior Property Management
Prior to joining Gamma as an asset manager, Sean O’Connor spent the past 8 years working in various management roles for Douglas Elliman Property Management in New York City.
Vice President | Operations
Prior to joining Gamma as Vice President – Operations, Amy Udowana worked for Hugo Neu Corporation, a recycling and real estate operator, where she handled all the company’s corporate accounting.