Commercial Real Estate Women


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Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW)

A national organization (www.crewnetwork.org) founded in 1989 with the goals of “advancing the success of women in commercial real estate”and “achieving parity in opportunity, influence and power in the industry.”

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Caption: Recipients of 2016 awards were announced and presented at Commercial Real Estate Women of New York's festive December luncheon.
She is a past President of the Association of Real Estate Women (AREW), now Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), and has been honored by AREW as one of the Top 50 Women Leaders in Real Estate and a Rising Star in the industry.
Mathieu is the current President of the New York State Land Title Association and is Treasurer and member of the executive board of Commercial Real Estate Women New York.
Caption: At the CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) annual Members Only Luncheon, Lieutenant Governor of New York Kathy Hochul's keynote address recounted her personal history and how she entered politics.
New York Women occupy more senior vice president, managing director and partner roles in commercial real estate, and are more satisfied with their career success than ever, according to a comprehensive study by Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Network.
Dome is a former two-time president of the New York chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women's Network NY (CREW NY), a national association with a membership of more than 9,500 industry professionals.
Caption: Daun Paris, one of the leading ladies of New York City real estate, was the guest speaker at the Commercial Real Estate Women luncheon held at Club 101 last week.

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