Georgia M. Vlanis Joins ELM as Controller

Georgia M. Vlanis has joined Eastern Land Management as Controller, with oversight of ELM’s central accounting functions, including reporting systems, budgets, and cash management.

Georgia has more than 20 years progressive financial and administrative management and business experience in banking and law. Prior to joining ELM, Georgia was the controller and financial manager for a legal firm in Manhattan.

“Our growth requires increasingly more complex strategic support, said Bruce Moore Jr., ELM’s president. “Georgia’s expertise from her tenure at private and public organizations gives us the knowledge we need as we continue to expand.”  He adds, “Georgia has the perfect background; she brings experience and professionalism, coupled with a keen interest in learning about our industry, and a hands-on management style that has quickly integrated her as a key leader.”

Georgia was born in Brooklyn, NY and spent her childhood in Athens, Greece. She attended Adelphi Academy in New York, and graduated from St. John’s University in Queens, NY, with a bachelor of science in Psychology. She and her husband reside in Connecticut with their corgi-boxer mix.

Georgia is fluent in Greek, and is an avid league bowler who says she also finds time to indulge her love for music and football. “I am relatively new to the landscape industry, but I love the Eastern Land family. They have welcomed me with open arms and I feel like I have been here all along. I am super excited for what the future holds and look forward to growing with ELM, and working alongside some of the finest people I have ever met,” she says.

Please join us in welcoming Georgia to the ELM team.