Ganon S. Rich
American Iron and Steel
Appalachian Regional Commission
Center for International Private Enterprise
International Medical Corp
Managed Funds Association
National Association of Independent Schools
National Council of Nonprofits
Network for Good
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
The Institute for Scrap Recycling Industries
The Ocean Conservancy
The Ocean Foundation
The Raben Group
Trust For America’s Health
Wildlife Conservation Society
Ganon is a principal at West, Lane & Schlager Realty Advisors, and his primary focus is the representation of commercial office tenants in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area – specifically in the representation of trade associations and nonprofit organizations. Ganon works primarily in downtown Washington, D.C., but also has completed numerous transactions in the Maryland and Virginia suburban office markets.
Prior to joining WLS in 1999, Ganon gained valuable industry experience at Studley, Inc., a national commercial real estate firm. During his 20 years in the commercial real estate industry, Ganon has completed transactions totaling over three million square feet, and has been recognized in a number of publications as a rising star, top producer, top 30 under 30 and top 40 under 40 and numerous other honors.
Throughout his career, Ganon has always put his clients interests above all else. His thoughtful, creative and strategic approach to real estate consultancy has made him a leader amongst his peers in the industry.
EDUCATION, PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS, & COMMUNITY WORK
Ganon received a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts and Art History from Hobart College in Geneva, New York. He currently serves as Vice President of the Rollingwood Citizens Association, and is an active member of the Finance & Administrative Roundtable and the Commercial Real Estate Brokers Association. He also serves on the Connecticut Avenue Corridor Committee, a community advisory committee.
Ganon is an active member of the Washington, D.C. art community, and has previously exhibited his works of bronze sculptures throughout the metropolitan area.
Ganon enjoys being an active parent to his three children, coaching them in multiple sports and enjoys golf, running, basketball and tennis.