Spotlights

2022 Ones to Watch: Molly Kalan, Director of Marketing at Samuels & Associates

What recent project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of? In the past four years, I’ve helped bring thousands of people to The Fenway, establishing a cadence of public programming, including the execution of 75+ events in our first season.

2022 Ones to Watch: Sarah Greco, Director of Administrative & Executive Services at Samuels & Associates

What does it take to succeed in your specific industry? Flexibility, attention to detail, and a “can-do” attitude will help anyone in this industry, but, my success stems from my willingness to jump in, regardless of whether I have experience with the task at hand.

2022 Ones to Watch: Emily Simard, Senior Leasing Manager at Samuels & Associates

What recent project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of? Leasing up 201 Brookline, a 500,000 s/f life science tower adjacent to 401 Park. During the leasing process I was inspired hearing about the important work these

2022 Ones to Watch: Sean Joseph, Senior Financial Analyst at Samuels & Associates

What recent project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of? One of Samuels & Associates’ longstanding values is to be true partners with our local tenants. We are more than a developer or landlord; we are invested in the health of the neighborhood and our tenants.

2022 Ones to Watch: William Peck, Senior Associate at Horvath & Tremblay

What does it take to succeed in your specific industry? Success in commercial real estate brokerage is subjective. It is truly an entrepreneurial job, so you get out what you put in. However, it is much easier to be successful with a great team and great mentors. I am lucky to have that at Horvath & Tremblay.

2022 Ones to Watch: Devon Morse, WPIT, Project Manager / Wetland Scientist at Hancock Associates

What does it take to succeed in your specific industry? I think one of the major elements of being successful in the environmental and wetland science industry is to recognize environmental project constraints right away and address them with clients

2022 Ones to Watch: Derrick Seitz, Senior Project Manager - Multi-Family Market Lead at Windover Construction

What does it take to succeed in your specific industry? Being fair. It’s a tough industry to have a career in, you need some thick skin and broad shoulders. But everything we do is a team effort. Be fair and success will follow.

2022 Ones to Watch: Amr Raafat, Vice President of VDC & Technology at Windover Construction

What does it take to succeed in your specific industry? Persistence, hard work and learning new things every day.

2022 Ones to Watch: Alvaro Ribeiro, AIA, Senior Architect at Margulies Perruzzi

What does it take to succeed in your specific industry? To succeed in the world of architecture, good communication and good partnerships are key. A thoughtful project team includes the general contractor, architects, engineers, and owner’s representatives

2022 Ones to Watch: Andrew Thompson, P.E., Project Manager at Helical Drilling

What does it take to succeed in your specific industry? In one word, “thinking.” In geotechnical engineering we deal with site conditions that vary regionally to variable across a site.