Ginny Uyeno-Bridy is president of DBI Asset Management, Iinc. and senior vice president at the DBI Group. She brings fifteen+ years of experience in asset management, entitlement, due diligence, leasing, management, and construction administration to her role with Bedrock Investments Group.

Ginny’s executive management skills in public administration translated seamlessly into her successful career in commercial real estate. As Chief Operating Officer, she supervises the acquisition, financing and administration of Bedrock Investments Group properties, and serves as the authorized manager for each investment property.

As the Director of Entitlements at DBI Asset Management, Inc., Ginny is responsible for navigating extensive approval processes that can involve multiple governing and regulatory agencies at the federal, state and local level.

Experience & Know-How

Prior to joining DBI Group, Ginny had a long and distinguished career with the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Aagency where she directed policy planning and implementation, mobilized financial and community resources for the community action partnership program, and several other social services and oversaw procurement and contract management.

In the realm of commercial real estate, Ginny supervised the entitlement, lease negotiation, and administration for a ground up build of a shopping center in Temecula, California. She was also the market analyst and national broker representative for Barbeques Galore, Inc., where she completed numerous lease and build to suit transactions in California, Nevada, New York, Florida, and North Carolina.

Ginny received a B.A. from Fresno State University and another B.A. from San Diego State University. She is a licensed real estate salesperson in California. Her professional affiliations include the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) , San Diego Commercial Association of Realtors, and Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) of San Diego.

Away From The Office

Maybe because she doesn’t have to be quite so careful in balancing risk away from the office, Ginny enjoys traveling, occasional outdoor adventures such as the challenges of white water rafting and flying down a zip line. Back at home she counts fitness classes, and spending time with her grandsons as favorite activities.

Giving back to the local community is important to Ginny, and she has a lot of fun doing it. You may see her volunteering her time as a Marshall for the PGA Tournament in Torrey Pines or ushering for performances at the North Coast Repertory Theater. She also appears as a non-singing extra or supernumerary, often with her husband Dick, in San Diego opera performances. Ginny appeared in several prominent roles as Madame Butterfly’s mother (2003) and the Ancient Soul of China In Nixon in China (2015).