WWG acquires, develops and operates more than 125 self-storage facilities in different states
March 31, 2019: Rona Siegel was elected as chairman of the Parks and Recreation Commission. The commission voted unanimously in favor of Siegel. She is the district manager of The William Warren Group (WWG), a privately held real estate company that operates the StorQuest Self Storage brand. Siegel replaces Sally Campbell, who stepped down from the post.
Siegel has continued to remain active as a volunteer at the New Canaan public schools and libraries. Most recently, she helped the New Canaan High School Booster Club to upgrade the interior of the sports concessions building.
She trained for marathons in the “beautiful parks throughout New Canaan, including Waveny’s newly renovated trails, Irwin’s running path and the various winding sidewalks,” Siegel wrote.
She credits her father, an engineer, for her mastery of “various skills in the construction arena including welding, not to mention the innate ability to work with my hands.”
While living in St. Petersburg, Florida., she organized the first neighborhood crime watch program, which resulted in a decline in crime in the area. She received a volunteerism award from former President Bill Clinton for her efforts.
At WWG, Siegel provides asset-management services for self-storage facilities in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Virginia. Prior to that, she worked as a property manager for CitySpire, the third-tallest mixed-use skyscraper in New York City. She also worked as a senior director of asset management for development and real estate firm Collins Enterprises LLC. In her career, she also served as president of the Southern Connecticut chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association and received its Pinnacle and Member of the Year awards.