Meet the NIE, Ltd. Team
Richard W. Naing, Founder
Mr. Naing currently serves as Founder and CEO of NIE., Ltd. (1979)
as well as President and CEO of RWN Development Group, LLC, (1986).
Mr. Naing attended Carnegie Mellon University and graduated in 1972 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (BSEE). In 1973, while attending Law School, he started a Real Estate Brokerage firm, Naing International Enterprises (NIE).
During the mid 1970s, Mr. Naing specialized in Condominium Conversion Projects, primarily in the District of Columbia; Mr. Naing purchased and converted the McIntyre portfolio of residential properties, most notably The Rockledge and Belmont Park (Kalorama), Louie (Chevy Chase, DC), and Capitol Court (Capitol Hill).
Coming from an entrepreneurial background, Mr. Ekberg takes great pride in building prosperous rapport and mutually beneficial relationships with clients. Mr. Ekberg has owned and operated a business development consulting company for some time and has partnered with several successful organizations in marketing and business development efforts within the hospitality, healthcare, and real estate industries.
Mr. Ekberg holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland, College Park
with a major in Marketing and Logistics. He currently resides in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Miller has more than 15 years of experience in business development, operations, and sales. He specializes in white glove service for high-profile clients who include Fortune 1000 companies. With a background in hospitality and management, Mr. Miller is uniquely positioned to assess a variety of business and financial needs. He values being a member of the larger NIE-LTD team and looks to leverage the experience of all team members to the advantage of his clients.
Mr. Miller currently resides in the Washington, DC, metro area after having the pleasure of living in a number of East Coast cities, such as New York, Boston, and Charleston.
Jacob Altshuler, esq.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Altshuler served as a law clerk to the Honorable Walter C. Martz II of the Maryland Tax Court. While at the Tax Court, he worked on various tax cases, many of which involved real property taxes. Of note, Mr. Altshuler worked on PPE Casino Resorts Maryland, LLC v. Supervisor, a real property tax case of first impression.
Additionally, while in law school, Mr. Altshuler clerked at a tax law firm and served as a student attorney at the University of Maryland School of Law’s Tax Clinic. During his time in law school, he wrote a real estate tax policy paper titled "The Current Structure of Real Estate Investment Taxation: Policy, Inequities, and Reformation."
Mr. Altshuler holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, College Park and a JD from the University of Maryland School of Law, where he was a recipient of the Maryland Law Scholars Award and the CALI Excellence for the Future Award.