Jessica Goldman Srebnick, CEO of Goldman Properties, was with the company founded by her late father, Tony Goldman, for 15 years before taking the reins at his behest in 2012. Founded in 1968, the award winning company recognizes the value in depressed urban areas, reimagining, reconstructing and transforming declining districts into thriving global destinations. Today, Goldman Properties is considered the go-to creative real estate company for the revitalization of at-risk neighborhoods. Goldman Srebnick oversees the company’s portfolio of assets in New York, Philadelphia, Miami Beach and Miami’s emerging Wynwood Arts District. The diverse company includes a mix of hotels, restaurants, office buildings, commercial, retail and residential properties and large scale public art projects including the Wynwood Walls, the highly acclaimed outdoor street art museum.
In July 2015, Goldman Srebnick founded Goldman Global Arts (GGA). Established to conceptualize and produce impactful, thought provoking creative projects for a variety of organizations, with the goal of changing the paradigm of how people interact with art. GGA’s first project is an integration of world class art into Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium, home to the Miami Dolphins.
Goldman Srebnick is an active member of the prestigious Young Presidents Organization (YPO). She co-chaired the YPO/WPO Global Leadership Conference in Miami in 2009 and since 2010 continues to participate in the YPO/Harvard Business School Presidents Leadership Program. She is the vice chair of the Town Square Neighborhood Development Corporation (TSNDC) Board, a non-profit and independent entity that oversees the development of Miami’s emerging Arsht Center District, and a member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cycle for Survival National Battle Leadership Council.
Goldman Srebnick has received numerous accolades; including being named one of South Florida Business Journal’s Top 100 Power Leaders. She is the recipient of the prestigious Key to the City of Miami, which she was awarded for her work with YPO, was a key note speaker at the Urban Land Institute Fall 2015 conference and won the Urban Land Institute’s Global Award of Excellence for her Wynwood Walls project in addition to the organization’s South East Florida chapter’s 2016 Project of the Year.
In addition to the accolades, she has received worldwide press, gracing the cover of Executive South Florida Magazine, has been interviewed for the BBC, NBC and a Meet the Press Documentary with Chuck Todd. She has been featured and/or quoted in the New York Times, Vanity Fair, Miami Herald, Huffington Post, Ocean Drive Magazine and the Real Deal to name a few. Furthermore, her efforts in Wynwood have led to Vogue and Forbes magazines listing the area as one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world as well as a recent Huffington Post article calling Miami the “New Center of the Arts in America.” Most recently Jessica was the recipient of Endeavor Miami’s Impact Award, which honors high-impact entrepreneurship.
Jessica lives in Miami Beach with her husband Scott Srebnick and their three sons.