IRVINE, CA—“Cyclical trends will undoubtedly reverse, butpossible secular trends—fewer feet per employee, emergingpreferences in space design, internet competition for retailers,etc.—could have longer term impacts.” So says DanielleGallinaro, director of strategic planning and analysis atthe Irvine Co.

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“From a macro perspective, faster flows of information,increased visibility, and big data will have a meaningful impact tothe efficiency of the market,” says the recently chosen RealEstate Forum's “Tomorrow's Leaders” of SouthernCalifornia.

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Gallinaro, who has been in the business for nine years, movedfrom Chicago to Southern California four years ago after completionof her MBA “for the opportunity to work with a highly regardedcompany and talented team, in a region with a dynamic real estatemarket and strong network of young professionals.”

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When asked about rising to the top, Gallinaro says thatcontinuous learning, demonstrated leadership, and a strong networkare the three attributes that will contribute to success inSouthern California's commercial real estate market.

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Be sure to check out the June issue of Real EstateForum for more on what made this nominee stand out and more onher rise to the top.

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