Who inspired you to join the CRE Industry?
I had been torn between two passions, architecture and sustainability. Ed Mazria’s manifesto in 2003 was a revelation: if buildings produce half of global greenhouse gas emissions,How have you been networking during the lockdown?
I have enjoyed attending really interesting virtual presentations, coffee chats and workshops. The online format makes it so convenient to attend.How have you been networking during the lockdown?
Organizations like SCUP, SMPS and the Boston Chamber really stepped up with free networking opportunities. I was able to meet new people outside of my network because of that.What recent project or transaction are you most proud of?
We recently finished a project for the DWS Group at 50 Staniford St. Located in Boston’s West End neighborhood, it features a 10-story medical office towerWho inspired you to join the CRE Industry?
It was happenstance. I have worked in the residential property management field for over 10 years. During this time, I have slowly progressed with managing and overseeing numerous combination/multi-use properties with commercial components.
What aspects of working from home have you enjoyed most?
I really love working in an office environment. It’s great to be able to answer questions or offer suggestions directly to your colleagues.Who inspired you to join the CRE Industry?
I made the transition into Commercial Real Estate based on my experience working in government for over 30 years with the community at large, within the planning and development fieldWho inspired you to join the CRE Industry?
I credit both of my parents, Jay and Carol Nuss, for my career change. My dad, Jay Nuss, has been in the commercial real estate industry for more than 35 years.What honor, achievement or recognition means the most to you and why?
I am most proud of our recent project at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Endoscopy Suite in Burlington, Mass.What books, blogs, podcasts, resources or influencers would you recommend to women?
I highly recommend Ray Dalio and his book “The Changing World Order,” which gives a clear and easy to understand history of the world’s economies