Natalie Tyler-Martin featured on the cover of the 2021, Issue 3 Commercial Real Estate Insight Journal magazine.
Natalie Tyler-Martin delivers the BOMA Georgia presidential address during the January 20, 2021 Virtual Luncheon.
Natalie Tyler-Martin, RPA, Vice President and Regional Asset Manager at Duke Realty, served as 2021 BOMA Georgia President. At Duke Realty, Natalie led the Atlanta, Savannah, and Raleigh property and asset management teams, providing leadership for 24 million square feet of industrial real estate.
While serving as BOMA Georgia president, Natalie also served as board chair of the Airport West Community Improvement District (CID), which was created to enhance the community surrounding the world’s most-traveled airport. The CID proved to be a catalyst for development and increased property value in the area through its six-fold focus of beautification, infrastructure, public safety, technology, transit, and wayfinding.
Additionally, Natalie served as a board member for Wellstar Health System’s Atlanta Medical Center, a position she had held since 2017. Wellstar, at the time, was one of the largest and most integrated health systems in Georgia.
Previously, Natalie had served as a member of the board of directors for the Atlanta Areotropolis Alliance from 2014 to 2020. The alliance was created to leverage the economic potential created by Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and consisted of businesses, local governments, and other stakeholders located within or with a vested interest in the greater airport area.
Furthermore, from 2013-2014 Natalie served as chair of the Camp Creek Improvement Association, a group of business owners, government officials, and community leaders who led the creation of the Airport West CID.
Outside of real estate, Natalie also remained an active member of the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Natalie received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Florida A&M University and earned an Executive Masters in Business Administration from Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business.