Spotlights

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Nicole Kirouac

I have always had very strong technical design skills and the ability to build consensus between different project stakeholders. As an architect working with health care clients, those skills are essential. Bringing light to the seemingly minute details early...

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Molly Pidgeon

To be successful and have longevity in this industry, it’s important to know what your strengths are and play to them but also have an objective view of your weaknesses. I am forever striving to do the best by clients and employees.

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Sheryl Guglielmo

he AEC industry is all about coming up with solutions to solve problems in the most cost-effective and time-efficient manner possible. This means that on any given week there is a new challenge to overcome. What works best for me is...

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Melissa Guertin

Being a women in an industry that is historically male-dominated presents its challenges, however through my career at Shawmut, I have learned that adopting the company-wide practice of creativity and confidence has allowed me to feel...

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Sarah Lemke

We have seen a continued focus on transforming the shopping center experience.  We are counseling our clients on negotiating leases for uses ranging from brick and mortar apparel retailers to movie theaters, bowling alleys, yoga studios, and new restaurant concepts,

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Wendy Keeler

After practicing commercial real estate for 31 years, I have learned to always be attentive to detail, always increase my knowledge and responsive to customers and clients.  No matter how small a buyer or prospective tenant is,

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Lindsay Corsino

I have found the greatest mentors within the real estate community – especially A/E/C industry. There aren’t too many women in this industry, so having great support and someone who believes in you and your success is key to career growth.

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Patrice Leonard

Property management has a way of consuming us because it matters. It matters to the people that work diligently every day to make the property run smoothly and to the families that depend on us to provide a home.

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Karen LaFond

By nature, transactional lawyers do not represent the public image that most would consider to be a “successful lawyer.” We often toil for endless hours out of the public view with the sole reward of completing a transaction...

2017 Women in Real Estate Spotlight - Pamela Messenger

From my vantage point managing both a parking garage and a park, I see the traditional 9 to 5 office day changing.  This year, we’re seeing a dramatic drop in the number of cars staying in our garage all day.