Alli Stover

Alli Stover

President

As President of Matrix Group, Alli Stover oversees the day-to-day operations of the company, including the property management, maintenance, accounting and leasing departments.  She also plays a role in investment property acquisition, disposition, and refinancing for Matrix Group’s investors. Alli’s philosophy for her role as President involves a balance of implementing innovative and efficient business processes and maintaining a people-first culture.

Alli has been with Matrix Group since 2015, when she was hired as In-House Leasing Agent, managing Matrix’s one million square foot portfolio of commercial real estate.  She was promoted to Vice President of Operations in May 2017, taking on aspects of acquisitions and dispositions and focusing on process improvement, automation, and policy development and implementation for all departments within Matrix.  In August 2018, John appointed Alli as the President for Matrix Group, allowing her the opportunity to apply her experience thus far in ensuring the daily activities of Matrix Group cohesively work together to promote a successful company and a healthy working environment for the Matrix team.

Raised in Normal, Illinois, Alli graduated from the University of Missouri (Mizzou) in 2014 with a BSBA in Finance, Banking & Real Estate and a minor in Architectural Studies.  From there she joined CBRE in Denver as a part of their post-graduate rotational Wheel Program, gaining experience in executive management, private equity advisory, and global corporate services before settling into the healthcare services brokerage team.  Alli holds her Colorado Real Estate License, and is involved with National Association of Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP) Developing Leaders, Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP). Outside of work, she volunteers with Brent’s Place, Denver Serve and Colorado Youth for a Change.

In her spare time, Alli loves hiking, skiing, and playing volleyball. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends, which typically involves a trip to the mountains or exploring Denver’s ever-changing restaurant scene.