Our Management

Joseph Zink

Joseph Zink
President and Chief Executive Officer

jzink@atlanticmanagement.com

Joseph Zink is the President and CEO of Atlantic Management. His responsibilities include, acquisition of existing product and future development opportunities. He also oversees all federal, state, and local permitting issues for the Company.

Prior to joining Atlantic Management in 1994, Joseph was with The Flatley Company for 11 years in various capacities.

Joseph holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Babson College and resides in Needham, Mass., with his four children where he is active in coaching youth hockey and lacrosse. He is also involved in several charities and foundations that focus on children's education and healthcare.

David A. Capobianco

David A. Capobianco
Chief Operating Officer and Legal Counselor

dcapobianco@atlanticmanagement.com

David Capobianco serves as Chief Operating Officer and Legal Counsel for Atlantic Management. David's responsibilities include developing tenant strategies, tenant relationships, and financing and lease negotiation oversight. He is the company's liaison for all legal affairs through outside counsel.

David joined Atlantic Management in 1993 after leaving his private practice of law wherein he primarily represented commercial and residential lenders and developers in the metro-west Boston area.

David holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Hobart College and earned his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the New England School of Law. David is also a member of the Massachusetts and Federal Bar Association. He resides in Holliston, Mass., with his wife Kim and sons Andrew, Grady and Connor where he and his wife have volunteered and participated in numerous town boards, committees and youth teams in the community.

Irene T. Gruber

Irene T. Gruber
Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer

igruber@atlanticmanagement.com

Irene Gruber serves as Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer for Atlantic Management and has been with the firm since 1989. Irene is responsible for developing and monitoring financial projections for each portfolio investment, as well as the company's overall financial operations. In addition, she is involved in setting management policy and establishing decision-making practices of operations.

Irene earned her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Mt. Holyoke College and is a graduate of the Olin Graduate Business School at Babson College where she received her Master's of Business Administration. She resides in Sudbury, Mass., with her husband Bill and their two sons.

Irene T. Gruber

John S. Sullivan
Senior Vice President of Development & Construction

jsullivan@atlanticmanagement.com

John Sullivan serves as Senior Vice President of Development & Construction for Atlantic Management. His responsibilities include managing the overall permitting, approvals, budget, design, development and construction process for commercial, residential, medical and industrial projects in New England.

Prior to joining Atlantic Management in 2006, John served for 20 years with Spaulding & Slye and then shortly with Jones Lang LaSalle after the acquisition of Spaulding & Slye. During this time, he most recently held the title of Senior Vice President within the Development Services Group, where he led multi-project teams for the rezoning, permitting, design and construction of projects, including the Harvard University Riverside Graduate Housing project and the North Point mixed-use development in Cambridge, Mass., as well as for technology firms and corporations throughout the United States.

John holds a Bachelors of Science in Architectural Engineering from the Wentworth Institute of Technology and resides in Belmont, Mass., with his wife and son Liam.

Anthony G. Capobianco

Anthony G. Capobianco
Founder

Anthony Capobianco co-founded Atlantic Management and has served as a guiding force at Atlantic Management for the past three decades. Anthony is responsible for securing equity for the syndication of real estate acquisitions and oversees bio/life science opportunities and related issues for the company.

Throughout his career, Anthony has acted as founder, syndicator and developer of several privately owned corporations and business entities including the Omni Occupational Health Corporation, and the Associated Emergency Medical Services.

Anthony received a Bachelor of Science from Tufts University and earned his Doctorate of Medicine from Georgetown Medical School. He is a member of the American Board of Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Science from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy.

Anthony's public service has included many elected and non-elected town and hospital committee's among which includes Town of Natick's Board of Health, Chairman of the Natick Comets Skating and Hockey Rink, physician for the varsity football and hockey teams (Natick and Noble & Greenough School), Chief of Hospital Staff and Chief of Surgery.

Richard J. Trifiro

Richard J. Trifiro 1932-1999
Founder

As Co-founder of Atlantic Management, Richard helped define the vision and cultivate the expertise of the firm. During his tenure with Atlantic Management, Richard was responsible for the development, syndication or acquisition for a number of multi-family complexes, shopping centers, industrial sites and office buildings.

Richard received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Curry College, and earned his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and an Honorary Doctorate Degree from Suffolk University.

Richard always possessed the spirit of an entrepreneur and this was evident early in his career. He actively sought out business opportunities and was involved in start-up technology firms in the semiconductor and computer industries.

Beyond the business world, Richard was also an active philanthropist and dedicated much of his time to giving back to the community. Richard's generosity has touched many lives and helped dreams come true. To this day, Richard's legacy lives on in the "Richard J. Trifiro Foundation" - sponsored by Atlantic Management. Each year, the Foundation donates yearly scholarships to underprivileged high school students who otherwise could not attend college without financial help. Since its inception, the foundation has awarded over forty (40) scholarships to deserving students.