Somers, NY— Prominently featured in The Inner Circle, Rosalie Mignano-Aste is acknowledged as a Pinnacle Professional for her contributions to the field of Real Estate.
Ms. Mignano-Aste earned a Bachelor of Science in facilities and property management from Iona
University and an Associate of Science in Business Administration and Management from SUNY
Westchester Community College. She oversees the process of transaction management and lease
administration as well as space and strategic planning for corporations which involves handling all aspects of the entire life cycle of corporate real estate and facilities management.
The business professional notes that this is what separates her in the marketplace while most others handle only real estate, design/construction, or facilities management. Also setting her apart from her peers is her work experience and interactions within the international and domestic communities; garnering high honors and awards from the International Facility Management Association, Corenet Global, and the St. Francis Food Pantries, which named her Woman of Valor. Upon reflection of her success, she attributes that to her love for the profession, drive, and desire to do well and progress.
Ms. Mignano-Aste considers her most notable achievement working with many of the same staff
members for 15 to 20 years on average. She also includes in highlights of her career when she sat for
and attained her New York real estate broker license which allowed her to advance more quickly than
most others, especially in a then-male-dominated field. Through the years, however, the married
mother of two children has witnessed more women joining and succeeding in the profession, especially
in construction, thanks in part to professional organizations that promote the inclusiveness and growth
that she strongly encourages.
Ms. Mignano-Aste is vice president of corporate real estate and facilities management at Endeavor,
formerly IMG and WME/IMG. Before joining in 2008, she was vice president of global real estate and
facilities director at Alliance Bernstein, assistant director of building services at The Museum of Modern
Art, and administrative officer of facilities management at Alliance Capital Management.
Looking to the future, she plans to have continued growth and success with Endeavor.