Mandy Hinkle joined Fleske Holding Company in November of 2023, bringing over 20 years of diverse experience in financial and organizational management in addition to commercial real estate development, leasing, and management. As the firm’s Chief Operations Officer, she provides direct oversight of the brokerage, management, development, investment, and finance departments. Additionally, she supports the firm’s owners and investors, working to achieve portfolio growth through real estate acquisition and development projects.
Mandy most recently worked for Price Edwards & Company, serving as Senior Property Manager with direct responsibility for BancFirst Tower in Oklahoma City. In this role, Mandy provided operational management during the five-year, over $100MM historic renovation, while also managing the tenants and building operations as occupancy increased from 50% in 2018 to 90% in 2023.
Mandy has served in various leadership roles throughout her career. She previously served as Leasing and Compliance Manager for Mercy where she helped centralize real estate operations to more efficiently manage over 600 healthcare real estate assets within four states. She also previously served as Director of Corporate Services for Vericrest Financial, where she created the department and managed the real estate and administrative operations for all locations across the United States. In 2010, faced with the possible closure and loss of 300 jobs, Mandy worked with various civic and community leaders to successfully identify, design, and relocate the Oklahoma City headquarters.
A graduate of Southern Nazarene University, Mandy lives in South Oklahoma City with her husband Matt, an Oklahoma City councilman. She is a member of the Board of Regents for Oklahoma City Community College and has been involved with ICSC, IFMA, the Greater and South Oklahoma City Chambers of Commerce, Norman Chamber of Commerce, and served as Treasurer for the Moore Public Schools Foundation. Mandy is most passionate about her family and has a desire to use her talents to help make Oklahoma City a better place to live and work.