Jenni Yeagley

Senior Vice President - Property Management

Office:  Fond du Lac, WI

Focus:  Through collaboration with the Commonwealth Management team, we are focused on providing exceptional affordable housing for our residents and the communities we serve.

Experience:  Jenni has over 25 years in the multifamily housing industry.  Prior to joining Commonwealth, Jenni was the Regional Vice President with Wallick Communities and Regional Vice President with Herman & Kittle Properties. She received her MBA in Applied Management from Indiana Wesleyan University, Bachelor of Science with an emphasis in Organizational Leadership and Supervision from Purdue University, and also holds an HCCP (Housing Credit Certified Professional), CPM (Certified Property Manager) and BOS (Blended Occupancy Specialist).

Impressive Facts:  Jenni has experience with establishing management companies from the ground up by implementing policies, procedures, training programs, and support platforms while building a strong and engaged team.

Fun Stuff:  Jenni enjoys spending quality time with her husband and children.  If they are not fishing, she is usually waiting for them to return from a fishing trip.  As a family, they enjoy many sports—including tennis, baseball and softball, and reluctantly spend time pulling weeds out of their vegetable garden.

Commonwealth is a company of caring people coming together to provide quality affordable housing and excellent customer service.


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Commonwealth has been extremely professional and courteous to the staff and the residents still living in our facility. They exceeded our expectations during the construction project as well as during the renovation of a 1923 school. Both projects have turned out to be beautiful and successful for our community.

Nancy McKenzie, Executive Director , Rhinelander Housing Authority