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Lynn Jochim

President and Chief Operating Officer
 Lynn Jochim

Lynn Jochim oversees day-to-day operations for FivePoint Holdings, LLC, a leader and collaborator in the evolution of cities of the future throughout California.

FivePoint’s inclusive and mixed-use communities include Great Park Neighborhoods in Irvine, FivePoint Valencia (formerly Newhall Ranch) in Los Angeles County, and FivePoint Candlestick / The San Francisco Shipyard in San Francisco. Together, these mixed-use communities will include approximately 40,000 residential homes and 23 million square feet of commercial space, while generating approximately 288,000 jobs during construction and $54 billion in activity for the California economy.

Through her role, Jochim is implementing solutions to some of California’s biggest challenges -- job creation, climate change, the environment, mobility and the lack of affordable housing and housing inventory. Each FivePoint community provides equal access and opportunities for all by seamlessly integrating the most important aspects of people’s lives – homes, schools, offices, shops and retail, integrative health and wellness, arts and entertainment, sports facilities, parks and nature, and open space.

Jochim has been a key member of the leadership team at FivePoint since its inception and has worked together with the team for more than 20 years. 

Previously, Jochim served as Regional Vice President of Lennar Homes in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to joining Lennar, she worked for Ernst & Young San Francisco Real Estate Consulting.

In the early 1990’s, Jochim founded and was president of a minority and woman-owned business that contracted with the Resolution Trust Corporation and successfully managed and disposed of a large portfolio of commercial and hotel assets and loans.

Jochim currently serves on the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate Executive Committee. She also has also served on the board of the Oakland Children's Hospital and as a president and board member of the Building Industry Association (BIA) in northern California. In addition, Jochim founded the BIA Women’s Education Council.

Jochim has received numerous honors, including a Women in Business Award by the Orange County Business Journal and the International Women’s Day Award by the Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce for her contributions to her industry and community.

Jochim holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from California State University, Sacramento with an emphasis in real estate, land use and finance.