John Sebree is the Director of Marcus & Millichap’s National Multi Housing Group (NYSE:MMI). He is based in the Midwest, working from the firm's Chicago and Indianapolis offices. Mr. Sebree's extensive background as a major multifamily specialist spans more than 20 years, 17 of which were as a Marcus & Millichap agent. Most recently, Mr. Sebree was a managing director for Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, where he brokered major multifamily properties throughout the Midwest. Prior to this position, Mr. Sebree was an agent with Marcus & Millichap. During his tenure as an agent, he developed a strong brokerage practice in Chicago, opened the Indianapolis office and earned numerous plaque awards, eight National Achievement Award qualifications, and Top 20 and Chairman's Club designations. Mr. Sebree assumed his current position in 2011.
Richard Leventhal, majority owner of LMCS, LLC, an investment, management and consulting company. Co-founded and operated Top Value Fabrics, Inc, an industrial and recreational fabric wholesale and distribution company. In addition, a member of the Board of Directors of Emmis Communications Corp., a privately held media and broadcasting company. Also a board member of several not for profit organizations.
Samuel L. Odle is a senior policy adviser for Bose Public Affairs Group. In this capacity, Odle works with clients on a variety of public policy issues involving health care and the life sciences. Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Odle served as the chief operating officer of Indianapolis-based IU Health and held the position of CEO of both Methodist Hospital and University Hospital. He retired in July 2012 after a career that started as vice president of operations at Methodist Hospital in 1981.
Mr. Elberger is a partner at Bose McKinney & Evans and chair of the Sports, Entertainment and Media Group He also is a member and former chair of the Litigation Group, and a member of the Appellate Group and Health Group. He practices in the areas of litigation, constitutional/civil rights law, entertainment law, sports law, appellate law and professional responsibility/disciplinary law. Mr. Elberger is a nine year distinguished advisor to and former nine-year member of the Board of Trustees for the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. He served for more than sixteen years as a member of the Medical Licensing Board of Indiana and on three occasions served as president of the Board. He received his law degree from American University, and has been a practicing attorney since 1971, a member of the firm since 1972 and a partner since 1981. Mr. Elberger is a member of the Indianapolis, Maryland, District of Columbia and American Bar Associations, as well as the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers.