Jack Nortman

Jack Nortman is a Licensed Real Estate Managing Broker with a strong background in the management of multifamily, office, retail, and industrial projects. Mr. Nortman remains a stockholder/officer of numerous corporations and has interests in multiple limited partnerships both as a General Partner and Limited Partner. Mr. Nortman is currently involved with industrial, multifamily apartment complexes, commercial properties, various condominiums, and undeveloped land spread over Illinois, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas. In addition, Mr. Nortman currently serves as a board of director of three corporations whose business is concentrated in the Real Estate industry.

In addition to his business affiliations, Mr. Nortman is well known and respected for his generous contributions to various philanthropic associations throughout the United States.

Mr. Nortman is a past president emeritus of the Holocaust Museum and Cohen Education Center and served on the Board of Directors for over 15 years.  He has served on the executive committee and as the Museum Treasurer and past President of the Museum. The Board of Directors bestowed him the title of President Emeritus of the Museum.

In 2008 the Naples Daily News awarded Mr. Nortman the Man of the Year for 2008 for his work on the Box Car Project and his contribution to the community.

The City of Naples by City Decree on January 27, 2008, recognized Mr. Nortman and The Holocaust Museum of Southwest Florida for outstanding contribution to our community. He has also been recognized by other institutions.

Mr. Nortman has also been involved as an Advisory Board of Director member of the Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center in Chicago, Illinois, Member of the Chicago 

Mercantile Exchange, Member of Board of Directors, Venetian Bay Yacht Club (South), and Member of Board of Directors, Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples, FL. 

Mr. Nortman has served on the Building, Development, Finance, Fundraising, Gala committees of various non-profit institutions.