Executive Managing Director Kyle Schoppmann serves as the market leader for CBRE’s Mid-Atlantic region which includes offices in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Kyle oversees the day-to-day strategic direction, performance and growth of the Mid-Atlantic region for all CBRE lines of business. She holds responsibility for the development and management of our professionals, directing the creation and implementation of tools and training that drive their success.
Kyle joined CBRE as Managing Director, Brokerage Services in 2007, assumed responsibility for Capital Markets as Senior Managing Director in 2009, and in 2014 was promoted to Executive Managing Director. She served as the head of Occupier Services and Executive Managing Director for CBRE’s Tri-State region prior to leading the Mid-Atlantic region.
Kyle has more than 20 years of experience in sales strategy, training and professional development. She was previously a Consulting Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers and then IBM, where she worked closely with C-level executives on complex change initiatives. Prior to IBM, she held various sales and marketing positions at the Dow Chemical Company.
Previously, Kyle served as a board member of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, where she chaired the Real Estate Committee. She currently leads CBRE’s national Advancing Diversity initiative. She is also a member of Leadership Greater Washington’s 2019 Class and the Economic Club of Washington, D.C. In 2018, Kyle was named to Washington Business Journal’s first-ever “Greater Washington’s New Guard” list, highlighting the next wave of Washingtonian business leaders.
- CBRE President's Performance Award, 2013, 2010 and 2007
- CBRE Gary J. Beban Teamwork Award, 2012
- David Rockefeller Fellow, 2009-2010, Partnership for New York City
- CBRE Manager Innovation Award, 2009
- CBRE Benjamin Arthur Banker Education Excellence Award, 2008
- University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, MBA in Finance
- Duke University, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering