Andrew Mekjavich is a Principal in Gantry’s San Francisco office. Since joining the firm with his team in early 2018, Andrew quickly adapted to the Gantry platform earning production awards within the firm during his first year. He has originated north of $1BB in debt and equity and prides himself on getting deals closed. He has executed on almost every asset type in many markets throughout the country.
Prior to joining Gantry, Andrew spent five years as a Senior Vice President at a regional commercial mortgage banking firm. He started his career as a commercial real estate appraiser followed by six years of executive leadership for the same national valuation firm. Andrew graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo with a concentration in finance and appraisal. He is an avid and admittedly average golfer who also enjoys fly fishing and warm weather travel.
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo – BS, Business Administration (Finance & Appraisal concentration)
California Mortgage Bankers Association – 2018-current Board of Directors
Trinity Center Homeless Services Organization – 2016-current Board of Directors
Bay Area Mortgage Association – 2016-2019 President
CMBA Western States – 2020 Conference Chairman
International Council of Shopping Centers – 2014-current Member
MBA Future Leaders Program – 2011, 2016 Graduate
CMBA Future Leaders Program – 2007 Graduate
Cal Poly East Bay Alumni Association – 2013-2016 Founding Board Member
Alzheimer’s Association – 2008-current Volunteer & Fundraiser
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