Skip to main content Skip to footer

Ron Anderson named Vice President of Administration for Colliers International South Carolina

Columbia, SC – Ron Anderson was named Vice President of Administration for Colliers International | South Carolina. Anderson has been with Colliers since 2012 and has been involved in the commercial real estate industry for almost two decades. The new title is reflective of Anderson’s expanded duties and responsibilities for the commercial real estate firm.

As the head of the firm’s Research department and the chief technology manager, Anderson is responsible for the management of the firm’s delivery platform to the Colliers staff and clients, refining the methodology of collecting and evaluating commercial real estate market information across the state and planning and executing specialized research projects. Additionally, he is responsible for database management, measuring and analyzing client/customer satisfaction, quality control and assisting the President and CEO with the coordination and management of the firm’s Annual Business Plan.

Anderson serves as the Vice Chair of The Central Midlands Regional Transportation Authority Board of Directors, a member of the Environmental Policy Advisory Committee Central Midlands Council of Governments and on the Board of Directors of the Midlands Education and Business Alliance (MEBA). He is a former member of the City of Columbia Planning Commission and the Executive Committee of the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce, and is past Chair of the Partner in Education Committee.

John W. Folsom, President and CEO of Colliers International South Carolina, said, “Ron’s expertise has been invaluable in developing the best commercial real estate platform in South Carolina. It is a testament to his capabilities that Ron has not only excelled at the challenges initially presented to him in his career at Colliers, but also that he has taken on more responsibilities and significant projects in order to accelerate Colliers’ and our clients’ success.”