Meet the Oxford Leadership Team


Jeff Hauptman


Jeff Hauptman is the founder and CEO of Oxford Companies. Since founding Oxford more than 20 years ago, Jeff has grown his company into the largest commercial real estate services firm serving Ann Arbor.


Joe Mifsud

Director of Property Management

As Director of Property Management, Joe helps develop, train, and lead the property management team to achieve best-in-class customer service.


Molly Haller


Molly joined the Oxford CREW in April 2018 as the Controller, overseeing the financial planning and accounting functions of the company. She comes to Oxford with 14 years’ experience spanning corporate finance, accounting and project controls.


Andrew Hauptman

Director of Facilities

With over 20 years experience in new construction, building technology, interior design, adaptive reuse and historic preservation, Andrew has led projects ranging in scope and size from hidden doors and intricately designed custom casework solutions to 275,000 square feet mixed-use residential and retail re-developments.


Andrew Selinger

Investment Manager

Andrew joined Oxford Companies in 2010 as a market analyst, and since then has grown to manage the entire asset management department. Andrew has been directly involved in nearly $200MM in commercial real estate acquisitions spanning 1,400,000 square feet, and has played a key role in raising tens of millions in equity. He has been the lead in securing hundreds of millions in new debt, refinancing, and loan assumptions.


Karin Meier

Director of Shared Services

Karin joined Oxford Companies in 2019 as the Director of Shared Services, and leads Oxford’s human resources, IT, marketing, office management and special project departments. Meier brings nearly 18 years of commercial real estate experience to her position.


Wonwoo Lee

Asset Manager

Part of the Oxford CREW since 2016, Wonwoo leads the commercial leasing division at Oxford Companies and is responsible for transaction management and financial performance of real estate assets.

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