Coro Realty Promotes Three to Managing Partners

Staff Report

Tuesday, August 30th, 2022

Coro Realty, a diversified real estate investment and management company, has promoted Douglas Burton, Trina Joseph and Sam Wilmoth to managing partners. 

Douglas Barton is responsible for accounting operations, which include for-profit and non-profit portfolio and corporate accounting.  He oversees a department of 10 accounting professionals, coordinates company audits and tax returns, provides cash analysis and forecasting schedules, prepares the financial portion of Coro’s business plan and provides much of the historical and forecasted financial analysis for the company. 

He has over 30 years of accounting experience in both the real estate and service industries. Burton holds a B.S.B.A. degree in Finance and Insurance from Appalachian State University.  He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a member of the Georgia Society of CPAs.

Trina Joseph started with company in October of 2015 as Senior Regional Property Manager and was promoted to Vice President of Asset Management in 2019. She is Coro Realty’s first African American female partner. 

Mrs. Joseph has nearly 27 years of experience in property management at publicly and privately held organizations. She started her real estate career with LaSalle Partners (predecessor to JLL). She earned her Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Information Systems from Loyola University New Orleans.  

She is a member of International Council of Shopping Centers, Urban Land Institute and Midtown Alliance.  She serves as the 2022 President-Elect and 2023 President of CREW Atlanta.  

Sam Wilmoth’s responsibilities include investments, asset management and company operations. He is a member of Coro’s Investment and Executive Committees.  

Prior to joining Coro, Wilmoth practiced in the commercial real estate development group at the law firm of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP. He earned a B.A. in European History from Washington & Lee University, and a J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he was a member of the Georgia Law Review.