Liesl Uskoski

Property Manager


Whether she’s juggling tenant requests, developing strategic maintenance plans, or just spectating at her kid’s soccer games, one thing is certain: Liesl Uskoski’s enthusiasm is contagious. 

Over several years in property management, Liesl developed a passion for providing top-notch service to the properties in her portfolio. As part of the Sterling Commercial Management Group (SterlingCMG), she enjoys working closely with owners and providing full-service solutions. Her high energy creates a fun and collaborative decision-making process with owners, tenants, and colleagues.

Before joining SterlingCMG, Liesl supported Kiemle Hagood’s Montana property portfolio, managing health care and government facilities. In her purview was a variety of properties – everything from healthcare facilities in Polson and Missoula to a college in Great Falls and storage and parking lots (just to name a few). 

According to Liesl, “It was a great experience for me to serve as the central point of contact for the properties I was overseeing and collaborate with a large team to ensure that each property was operating at its full potential.” At Kiemle Hagood, she managed a portfolio of 20-25 properties, working closely with the facilities team and serving as the main point of contact to ensure seamless operations across various functions.

Before embarking on a successful career in property management, Liesl pursued degrees in sociology and social work, gaining extensive experience in a wide range of services for both children and adults. As a member of the International Real Estate Management organization, Liesl is currently working towards achieving a Certified Property Manager designation and has held a real estate license since 2016.

In her free time, Liesl loves to travel and enjoys outdoor activities such as rafting, trail riding, and hiking. Her limitless pep comes in handy while she splits her off time between one mule, two horses, and three kids. 

Originally from Washington state, Liesl has called Montana home for over a decade. She’s dug into volunteer work in her community and, in her mind, Montana is only really missing one thing: an IKEA.