Anna deTiege

Commercial Sales & Leasing

adetiege@latterblum.com
Tel: 504.233.4347


430 Notre Dame St
New Orleans, LA 70130

Professional Background

Specialties

Generalist

Background & Experience

Anna leverages her background in investing, engineering, and entrepreneurship to wholistically evaluate
and execute projects that best meet the needs of her commercial real estate clients. Combined
strengths of analytics and communication means she provides exceptional investor relations and tenant
representation. Her meticulous research skills earned her an Emmy nomination while in college, and
now serve to undergird thorough market research, lead due diligence, and perform site analysis.
An experienced business development professional, Anna has deep experience in technology
commercialization, small business and startup operations, government relations, and early-stage
investing, having held roles at Pennington Biomedical Research Center at Louisiana State University, the
Angel Capital Association, the New Orleans Startup Fund and the NO/LA Angel Network.
Anna is the Managing Principal of HD Design | Harris Development and Design, a civil/structural
engineering and professional services firm, through which she is a recent graduate of Goldman Sachs’
10,000 Small Businesses Program, and of the Urban Land Institute's Real Estate Diversity Initiative.
Prior civic service includes being a court-appointed special advocate through CASA Jefferson, Vestry
Senior Warden of St. Anna's Episcopal Church, and serving on the steering committee for the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation.

Education

  • MBA – Boston University
  • MS – Purdue University (Communication)
    • Graduate Certificate – Purdue University (Strategic Communication Management
  • BA – Southeastern Louisiana University (Communication)

Professional Affiliations

  • NOMAR – New Orleans Metropolitan Association of REALTORS
  • CID – Commercial Investment Division
  • NAR – National Association of Realtors
  • ULI – Urban Land Institute
    • REDI – Real Estate Diversity Initiative
  • NSBA – National Small Business Association
    • Leadership Committee
    • Small Business Technology Council
  • LACDB – Louisiana Commercial Database
  • WBENC – Women’s Business Enterprise National Council
  • New Orleans Chamber of Commerce