Before launching his career as an accomplished real estate professional with nearly 3 decades of experience in the field, Jack Boyajian received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Pennsylvania and graduated with cum laude honors. During his time at the Ivy League institution, Jack Boyajian performed his studies at the prestigious Wharton School, triple majoring in Finance, International Business, and Decision Sciences.After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 1982, Jack Boyajian joined C&R Realty and Management Co., Inc., where he quickly rose to the positions of Chief Financial Officer and Partner. During his time with the New Jersey-based real estate property development and brokerage company, Jack Boyajian assumed responsibility for the administrative affairs of over 200 condominium and cooperative associations containing more than 20,000 individual units.In 1987, Jack Boyajian assumed the role of President at Vetro Italian Restaurant, a Northern Italian fine dining establishment located in New York City. Under his guidance, Vetro Italian Restaurant moved into a 150-seat dining facility with a number of luxurious accommodations, including a piano bar and a dumbwaiter made all of glass. In recognition of the restaurant’s success, both Zagat Survey, LLC and The New York Times rated Vetro Italian Restaurant as one of the best Northern Italian establishments in the city. In 1989, Jack Boyajian accepted an offer to become the President of Far Hills Community Management, a property management firm located in Far Hills, New Jersey. In this capacity, he oversaw some 15,000 units throughout the state of New Jersey and increased the company’s staff by more than 500 percent in a 30-month time frame.In 1991, Jack Boyajian assumed the duties of President at The Hutton Group, a real estate company based in New Jersey that specializes in the conversion of cooperative associations to condominiums. During his time with The Hutton Group, he has made significant contributions to the market value of thousands of units and raised more than $100 million for rehabilitation and renovation in local communities. Jack Boyajian drew upon his real estate experience once again in 1995, when he became the President of Que-Mont Developers, Inc., a land developer in the United States, as well as in countries such as Argentina, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Poland, and Uruguay.