Alumni Career Profiles
Article Retrieved from Bisnow, “24 BLACK EXECUTIVES SHAPING COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE” — Not all great commercial real estate careers start in the hallways of a brokerage firm or on a
San Francisco Business Times recently named their 2020 Honorees for 40 Under 40. Among them is MSRED alumni, Zac Shore (’13), Director of Development for Panoramic Interests. There will be
“CoreNet Global announced in 2019 its inductees into its Distinguished Leaders Circle: Sarah K. Abrams and T. Patrick Donnelly, MCR.h. These corporate real estate (CRE) thought leaders were honored in
Teri Ford (MSRED ’18) began her 7 year strong construction management career as a project manager for Gilbane Building Company, specializing in corporate interiors within the local Boston and Cambridge markets.
MSRED ’04 alum, Charley Leatherbee, will help launch and grow a Boston office for Trammell Crow Co., a Dallas-based real-estate development company that bills itself as the largest commercial real-estate developer in the
See Jennifer Conway (MSRED ‘18) discuss her research on AI in real estate technology on the Real Estate Tech Guys pod cast:
After opening remarks, Chad Tredway, J.P. Morgan Chase’s co-head of real estate banking, took the stage to announce CO’s 2018 Rising Star Award. “To all of you who are
Skanska names Charles Leatherbee Executive Vice President & Regional Manager for Commercial Development Operations in Boston
Skanska promotes USA Commercial Development Vice President Charles Leatherbee ’04 moving into the role of executive vice president and regional manager for commercial development operations in Boston. Leatherbee joined Skanska in
Shawn Hurley ’99 has nearly 20 years of experience in project development and joined Skanska in 2010 as executive vice president and regional manager for commercial development operations in Boston.
Andrew Gallinaro’10, SVP and Director of Asset Management for National Development, has been named as one of the Boston Business Journal’s 2015 40 Under 40. This honors local business and