Stephanie Shojaee has been promoted to president of Shoma Group, the company announced Wednesday.
In her new role, Shojaee will spearhead plans to expand the company beyond South Florida and into new markets, including California, Texas, Mexico and Colombia, according to a news release.
Founder Masoud Shojaee will continue in his role as CEO and chairman.
“Stephanie understands Shoma Group’s mission and identity better than anyone and brings to it her own creativity and innovative thinking, which has been critical to Shoma’s success in recent years,” Masoud Shojaee said in the news release. “She has excellent instincts about demand in the South Florida market and the type of product that will thrive. I am confident that, as president, her determination, leadership and clear vision for the company will continue to serve Shoma Group well.”
Stephanie Shojaee joined Shoma in 2013 and previously served as the company’s vice president and chief marketing officer. She also has 10 years of experience as a South Florida real estate agent and earned a marketing degree at Florida State University.
In her new position, she will continue to oversee Shoma’s multifamily and commercial developments, sales, management and marketing operations, with plans to launch an affordable housing division at the firm.
“Every day it is a privilege to lead our amazing team, and this position is a great honor,” she said. “I am extremely proud of the tremendous care and attention to detail we put into everything we build, and I am committed to continuing Shoma’s reputation as one of the most trusted builders.”
Stephanie Shojaee’s husband, Masoud Shojaee, founded Shoma Group in 1988. The company has developed more than 10,000 homes and condos and completed $5 billion in real estate transactions.