Closing the Gender Bias
Networking and Panel Discussion to Address Being a Woman in Commercial Real Estate
In a very tough industry, one rarely hears about women in commercial real estate, but they do exist. While men still dominate the field in much greater numbers, women are joining the ranks in larger numbers than ever before. If you're one of them or considering coming into their fold, there's a panel discussion and networking event you will not want to miss that can yield valuable information for both young and seasoned professionals alike.
Presented by the African American Real Estate Professionals, "Meet the Women: What it's Really Like Being a Woman in Commercial Real Estate" is an interactive session featuring power players in the areas of brokerage, development, construction, portfolio management and finance having an open and frank discussion about being a woman in the commercial real estate industry.
Topics will include: creating momentum in your career, the importance of mentors and sponsors, barriers and contributing factors to success, how to network effectively, and "You've made it to 'the top', now what?"
Featured panelists include Audra Cunningham, Managing Director, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank; London Kemp, Global Head of Real Estate, Ingram Micro; Heather Howard, Senior Development Manager, FD Stonewater; Angele Robinson-Gaylor, Vice President, IKEA Property, Inc.; Terri Copeland, Senior Vice President & Territory Executive, Community Development, PNC Financial Service Group. The moderator is Anitra Androh, Miles & Stockbridge.
When: September 21, 2017 - 8am-10:30am
Where: Washington DC Economic Partnership, 1495 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20004
$35 Registration includes networking breakfast.