The seven Senior Officers of the Prologis leadership team


Senior Officers

Standing in order of appearance from left to right:

Mike Curless, as Prologis’ chief investment officer, chairs the investment committee and oversees the global customer solutions and acquisition/disposition teams. He is also responsible for the company’s build-to-suit activity and oversees the research, valuations and marketing teams.

Mr. Curless has been part of Prologis at two points in his career. From 2000 to 2010, prior to rejoining Prologis, Mr. Curless was the president and one of four principals at Lauth, a privately held national construction and development firm. Lauth has developed more than $3 billion of office, industrial, retail and healthcare projects across the United States. In this role, he had overall responsibility for operations, development and asset management for the firm. From 1995 to 2000, prior to joining Lauth, Mr. Curless was a first vice president at Prologis, overseeing the Indianapolis and St. Louis market operations and management of key national accounts. He has also been a marketing director for Trammell Crow Company and a financial analyst with General Electric Company.

Mr. Curless is a former member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and has served on various charitable boards. He has an MBA in marketing and finance and a Bachelor of Science in finance from Indiana University.

Ed Nekritz serves as chief legal officer and general counsel for Prologis. He oversees the provision of all legal services and strategic risk management for Prologis on a worldwide basis.

Mr. Nekritz is also responsible for Prologis’ investment services group, which handles all aspects of contract negotiations, real estate and corporate due diligence and closings on acquisitions, dispositions and financings. He also oversees Prologis’ risk management department. In addition, Mr. Nekritz focuses significant efforts on Prologis’ strategic initiatives, including mergers and acquisitions, global investment funds and portfolio transactions. He serves as the secretary to the Prologis board of directors and is a member of the technical committee of FIBRA Prologis.

Mr. Nekritz joined Prologis as a vice president in 1995. Previously, he was with the international law firm of Mayer, Brown & Platt (now Mayer Brown), where he practiced real estate and corporate law from 1990 to 1995.

Mr. Nekritz is on the board of advisors for the University of Colorado Denver Business School. He also serves on the board of directors for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver and Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain. Mr. Nekritz received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and his Bachelor of Arts, with honors, from Harvard College.

Ms. Scott serves as Prologis’ chief human resources officer and is responsible for establishing the company’s global human resources policy and strategies related to talent, compensation, benefits and learning and development. In addition, Ms. Scott manages North America Facilities.

Prior to joining Prologis in 2013, Ms. Scott was senior vice president of human resources for John Hancock Financial, the U.S. division of Toronto-based Manulife Financial Corporation, from 2006 to 2013. Prior to serving in this role, Ms. Scott was general manager of the John Hancock Freedom 529 college savings business, responsible for operations and sales and marketing, and held a number of other management positions within the firm including SVP, Corporate Communications & Branding, and SVP, Group Insurance Division. Before joining John Hancock in 1998, Ms. Scott was the managing director of Ingalls One to One Marketing, the managing director of EMI Strategic Marketing, and vice president and group account director at Hill Holliday, Connors Cosmopulos Inc.

Ms. Scott is a member of the board of trustees and the chair of the Finance and Compensation Committee of the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.

Ms. Scott holds a cum laude bachelor’s degree in German studies from Harvard College.

Tom Olinger is Prologis’ chief financial officer, responsible for worldwide corporate finance including treasury, cash management, financial planning, financial reporting, accounting, tax, investor relations and internal audit.

Prior to assuming this role, Mr. Olinger served as Prologis’ chief integration officer, overseeing information technology and the implementation of best-practice processes and procedures related to the merger of AMB Property Corporation and ProLogis. From 2007 to 2011, Mr. Olinger served as AMB’s chief financial officer. Prior to joining AMB in 2007, he served as vice president, corporate controller, at Oracle Corporation, where he was responsible for global accounting, external reporting, technical accounting, global revenue recognition, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and finance merger and acquisition integration. Mr. Olinger was also responsible for Oracle’s controllership operations in Bangalore, India; Dublin, Ireland; Sydney, Australia; and Rocklin, California. Prior to this, Mr. Olinger spent 14 years at Arthur Andersen, the last three as an audit partner in its U.S. real estate and technology groups.

Mr. Olinger received a Bachelor of Science in finance, with distinction, from Indiana University.

Seated in order of appearance from left to right:

Gary E. Anderson Chief Executive Officer, Europe and Asia

Gary Anderson, as Prologis’ chief executive officer of Europe and Asia, oversees all aspects of business performance in Prologis’ European and Asian operations.

Mr. Anderson previously served as Prologis’ head of global operations and fund business until the merger with AMB Property Corporation in 2011. Prior to this, he was the company’s president of Europe and the Middle East, as well as chairman of the European operating committee. From 2003 to 2006, Mr. Anderson was the managing director responsible for investment and development in the company’s Southwest and Mexico regions. Prior to 2003, he led successive regional and local offices in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington and Oregon, and was one of two people responsible for directing the establishment and expansion of Prologis’ business in Mexico. Prior to Prologis, Mr. Anderson was with Security Capital Group, Inc., a diversified real estate investment company, where he focused on capital markets, investments and strategy and worked with a small group to develop Prologis’ global expansion strategy.

Mr. Anderson is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization. He received his MBA in finance and real estate from the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA and his Bachelor of Arts in marketing from Washington State University.

Hamid Moghadam is chairman of the board of directors and chief executive officer of Prologis. Mr. Moghadam co-founded the company's predecessor, AMB Property Corporation, in 1983 and led the company through its initial public offering in 1997 as well as its merger with ProLogis in 2011. He has been a board member since AMB's IPO in 1997 and serves on the board’s executive committee.

Mr. Moghadam has held a number of key leadership roles within the real estate industry. Previously, he served as trustee and member of the board’s executive committee for the Urban Land Institute, as well as chairman of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT) and the Real Estate Investment Trust Political Action Committee. He was a director of Plum Creek Timber Company and is a founding member of the Real Estate Roundtable.

Mr. Moghadam rejoined the board of the Stanford Management Company, while having formerly served as chairman. He is a former trustee of Stanford University. An active participant in the San Francisco Bay Area community, he has also served on various philanthropic and community boards, including the California Academy of Sciences, the Bay Area Discovery Museum, Town School for Boys and as chairman of the Young Presidents Organization’s Northern California chapter. Mr. Moghadam received the 2013 Ernst & Young National Entrepreneur of the Year Overall Award and is a recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. He has been named CEO of the Year on eight separate occasions by four industry publications and has received numerous lifetime achievement awards from industry organizations, including NAREIT and NAIOP.

Mr. Moghadam received an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor and Master of Science in engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Gene Reilly, as Prologis’ chief executive officer of the Americas, oversees all aspects of Prologis’ business in the United States, Canada and Latin America and is a member of the technical committee of FIBRA Prologis.

Mr. Reilly joined AMB Property Corporation in 2003 and has more than three decades of experience in real property investment, management and operations throughout the Americas. Prior to joining AMB, he was chief investment officer of Cabot Properties, Inc., a private equity industrial real estate firm in which he served as a founding partner and member of its investment committee and board of directors. Mr. Reilly served with Cabot and its predecessor companies, including Cabot Industrial Trust, for 11 years.

Mr. Reilly has served on the board of directors of Grupo Acción, S.A. de C.V., a leading development company in Mexico, and served on the board of directors of Strategic Hotels and Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: BEE), a publicly traded real estate investment trust. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), for which he is a past chairman. He also serves on the NAIOP National Board of Directors and is a Research Foundation Governor. Mr. Reilly previously served on the board of directors of the Massachusetts chapter of NAIOP and the National Industrial Education Committee. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Harvard College.