What advice would you offer to women getting into the CRE industry?
It is important to understand how your personal development goals align with your organizations’ objectives. Who is a woman leader you find to be inspiring and why?
Kristin Woeste, partner of Vorys, Sater, Seymour & Pease LLP in Cincinnati, continuously inspires me by her extensive CRE knowledge and ability to seamlessly complete What advice would you offer to women getting into the CRE industry?
Don’t be afraid to speak up. As a young female in a male-dominant industry, it can be difficult to navigate.What advice would you offer to women getting into the CRE industry?
CRE can be intimidating to jump into, especially for women, and even more so if you are earlier in your career. My advice is to stay the course, be a sponge for knowledgeWhat advice would you offer to women getting into the CRE industry?
Don’t be afraid of asking questions and doing so confidently. Make sure you understand what is being asked of you.What advice would you offer to women getting into the CRE industry?
I would encourage women to begin networking early in their careers. We can learn so much by connecting with each other, asking questions, and listening. Mentors, professional development and business opportunities sometimes come from unexpected avenuesWhat advice would you offer to women getting into the CRE industry?
Always raise your hand for new opportunity. Several times in my career I’ve been asked to pivot and take on roles I wasn’t excited about, but in agreeing to What trends will dominate your industry in the coming months?
The front page of the Boston Globe often features an article highlighting the lucrative growth of commercial real estate in the Greater Boston Area or a story detailing the impact How has your involvement in CREW Network impacted your career?
CREW Network has provided me a solution for sourcing local market intelligence across the country. The member directory is my go-to resource to identify local professionals How has CREW Boston/CREW Network helped your professional development?
Where do I begin? It seems like I can’t have a conversation with anyone without mentioning the impact CREW has had on my career.