The International Council of Shopping Centers has appointed Kendra Hinderland as Texas state director for a one-year term, beginning later this month. The managing director of asset management for RED Development has served on numerous state committees for ICSC since 2005. Last year she was local programs chair for Texas and in 2010 she chaired the Texas ICSC conference and dealmaking conference, one of the largest such state events in the country.
In her new volunteer post, she’ll represent the interests of owners, developers, investors, marketers, and other retail specialists throughout Texas.
Hinderland joined RED Development last year. There, she oversees operating budgets, business plans, and investments, reporting to principals and equity partners. RED Development, which has an 18 million-square-foot portfolio, is driving retail initiatives at Rayzor Ranch, a 400-acre masterplanned community in Denton.
Prior to RED, Hinderland was director of retail investments for the Archon Group, an affiliate of Goldman Sachs.
ICSC was founded in 1957. A leading retail trade association, it has more than 55,000 members in 90 countries.