Manley is president and founder of Commercial Tenant Real Estate Representation Limited (CTRR). She graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Architecture degree, and she is a cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School.
Since 1989, Manley has handled over $5.5 billion of transactions and consulting assignments nationwide. She has helped her clients create operationally sound and cost-effective solutions for challenging business as well as institutional needs. Manley’s clients have included AT&T, IBM, Time Warner, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Nomura Securities, Depository Trust, the State of New York and other sophisticated space users as well as younger fast-growing companies and not-for-profits.
She has been a steadfast defender of charter schools working to help them create environments in which students can flourish. She has worked with community health centers to help them deliver primary care services cost-effectively and with dignity for all patients.
Manley has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Barrons, Inc. Magazine, Crain’s New York Business, CFO, and Bloomberg. She has also done many radio and TV interviews.
Manley has been a supporter of the Inner City Scholarship Fund in New York City and is a former board member of the Northeast Charter School Network.
Manley has a fourth-degree black belt in Kempo karate and is an avid cyclist and runner. Manley and her family are long-term residents of Fairfield County where she lives with her husband. She hopes their children can be persuaded to return to the Constitution State.