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Women have certainly come a long way in the commercial realestate, an industry once known as a “Boys' Club.” Still, they stillhave a ways to go before complete parity is reached. Theindividuals on the following pages have made considerable headwayin breaking the proverbial glass ceiling. Here are the CRE Women ofInfluence for 2014.

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CATEAGNEW
Director
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Miami
With three of the highestdesignations one can hold in commercial real estate—CCIM, MAI andFRICS in both the US and international market—Agnew's drive toexcel is evident. In her current position at PwC, she's responsiblefor providing real estate advisory and consulting support for thefirm's clients. These engagements include financial reporting andaudit assistance, analytical model reviews, property/portfoliomodeling, fair value reporting and advising, market due diligence,real estate appraisals and appraisal reviews. As director, Agnewalso manages multiple client engagement teams and participates inbusiness development, creates training programs for overseas staffand pursues marketing opportunities for PWC. In the past 12 months,she has valued several billion dollars in real estate for newlyformed REITs, comprised of divergent property types from industrialto office and special use. In addition, Agnew has advised severalUS government agencies in real estate-related matters, led severalstrategic assignments for private clients, including lenders, andprovided expert witness testimony and litigation support.

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SUZANNEAMADUCCI-ADAMS
Partner
BilzinSumberg
Miami
One of theyoungest equity partners at Bilzin Sumberg, which she joined uponits formation in 1998, Amaducci-Adams recently was named realestate practice group leader. She is also chair of the hospitalitypractice, leading the team in the financing of hotels and hotelloan restructurings, including the servicing of CMBS loans. She hasrestructured more than $6 billion of debt secured by hotels,including the Red Roof Inn portfolio and the Innkeepers portfolio,and is currently working on transactions valued at $1 billion.Amaducci-Adams is co-chair of the national CREW Network Conventionand Marketplace, being held in Miami next month. She served on theboard of CREW Miami for over six years and is a past president ofthe organization.

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ANGELA AMAN
EVP,CFO & Treasurer
Retail Properties ofAmerica Inc.
Oak Brook, IL
Notmany people can say that they have successfully accomplished takinga $5.5-billion dollar company public, or that they completed aninaugural preferred equity offering of $135 million, executed thecompany's first public equity offering raising $293 million ingross proceeds, established a $200-million ATM equity program andcompleted a $1-billion upsizing and repricing of its creditfacility resulting in the company's first investment grade ratingof (P) Baa3 by Moody's in 2013. But that is exactly what Aman hasdone—and all before the age of 35. In the business for 14 years,she's primarily responsible for managing the financial risks andfinancial planning for RPAI through the oversight of its capitalstructure. Aman started her career in investment banking atDeutsche Bank, where she spent four years with the real estategroup, before becoming a portfolio manager with RREEF, the realestate investment management business of Deutsche Bank NA. Thereshe focused on retail and regional mall companies before joiningRPAI in 2011.

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LAURIEBAKER
Senior VicePresident
Camden PropertyTrust
Houston
Known for herability to develop cross-functional teams that add great value toCamden and other organizations, Baker has a depth of informationabout property management and operations, ancillary services,acquisitions and, most importantly, a proven commitment to Camden'sfour cornerstones—their values, promise, mission and keystrategies. On a larger scale as an industry speaker and leader, aswell as on a smaller scale through her personal interactions withmembers of the Camden organization and CREW Houston, the 28-yearindustry vet is a role model and coach for others. Through CREW,Baker has directly impacted the lives of women considering careersin commercial real estate and gives advice and mentorship tostudents at both Texas A&M University and the University ofHouston. In 2013, Baker managed the completion of more than 8,500units as part of a $200-million reposition program for Camden'ssame-store assets. In the same year she exceeded year-over-year NOIand revenue growth for Camden's Fund portfolio, which exceeded thebudgeted projections. Recently, she executed strategic dispositionsof four assets—all of which far exceeded returns—and successfullyengaged an investment partner to substantially restructure Camden's$1-Billion fund into a long-term hold vehicle. This partnershipprovides double digit, cash-on-cash returns for the fund portfoliowhile in a competitive, low-cap rate environment.

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IVETTEBARNETT
Director
VoitReal Estate Services
Ontario,CA
Getting her industry start in the late 1980s as anoffice manager for a small boutique firm, Barnett has since amasseda two-decade track record in property management. At Voit, she isdirector of real estate management services companywide, and isdirectly responsible for oversight of Southern California propertymanagement, new business development and promoting the Voit RealEstate Services brand for third-party management. On her watch,Voit's full-year 2014 goals were achieved by the end of the firstquarter, with management assignments beginning Q1 with two millionsquare feet and growing to 10 million square feet by quarter's end.In midyear Barnett was awarded a national tenant representationlease administration assignment. “Women are resilient, fromstanding on a dirt floor to hitting the glass ceiling in thecommercial real estate world,” she observes. “We are naturalcaregivers and effortlessly bring this quality to theindustry.”

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KATEBICKNELL
Senior VicePresident
Forest City RatnerCos.
New York City
Within herfirst year as an SVP with FCRC, Bicknell successfully helped thedeveloper secure the CornellTech project on Roosevelt Island,launching a major partnership between the company and theuniversity. The nine-year company veteran then led the commencementof FCRC's development of the co-location building, which will bethe first office building to be constructed on campus, and will behome to both CornellTech and private-sector tech companies. InFCRC's home borough of Brooklyn, Bicknell has been driving progressfor the next phase of the Pacific Park (formerly Atlantic Yards)mixed-use project. Bicknell began her career as a legislative aideto the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, moving to Smart GrowthAmerica, where she became federal policy director and helped securepassage of the Small Business Liability Relief and BrownfieldsRevitalization Act.

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DENISEBROSKEY
Director, Lease Acquisition ProgramServices US
US General ServicesAdministration, National Office ofLeasing
Washington, DC
Broskeycontinues to be instrumental in streamlining, standardizing, andsimplifying the GSA's leasing policies and procedures throughspearheading Lease Reform, and implementing significantly revisedprocesses and procedures to make GSA leasing straightforward, achieve significant reductions in cycle time, and promote bettercommunication and understanding with the commercial real estateindustry. She is highly sought after by GSA's management and agencycustomers to mediate issues relating to lease transactions. Broskeycurrently supervises a diverse team that provides critical supportto GSA's front-line lease contracting officers and specialists whoare actively securing commercial leases to provide the leased spacerequired to support federal government agency missions whenappropriate federally owned space is not available. Broskey bridgesthe process gap between commercial real estate and GSA, which hasactive assets totaling 378 million square feet in all 50 states,six US territories and the District of Columbia, making it one ofthe largest and most diversified public real estate organizationsin the world. In regard to its leasing services, GSA manages 195million square feet of leased space in 7,435 commercial leasespaying $5.87 billion in annual rent to lessors.

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KATHRYNBURTON-GRAY
Senior ManagingDirector
RED CapitalGroup
Dana Point,CA
Burton-Gray is a natural leader, team builder andcommunicator who possesses great credit sense, which allows her toprovide excellent guidance to her clients and RED, streamlining thecredit process for all stakeholders. With a solid background inbanking and seniors housing, her team continually praises her forbuilding an atmosphere of collaboration, supporting educationalopportunities and encouraging growth and professional development.She prefers to highlight her team's accomplishments over her ownand continually seeks to create a positive work environment.Burton-Gray has spent 28 years in commercial real estate financeand has the keen ability to anticipate issues before they arise ineven the most complex financial transactions. She is responsiblefor overseeing RED's financing and private placement activities inthe seniors housing and healthcare sector, including proprietarybridge lending, Fannie Mae and FHA loans.

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GWENBUTLER
President
CapriCapital Partners
Chicago
Apartfrom her own accomplishments, Butler has been at the fore inadvancing opportunities for women and minorities in our industry,through the National Association of Securities Professionals andthe Real Estate Executive Council, among other organizations. Thefirst African American female president in the commercial realestate investment management industry, she has more than 35 yearsof institutional lending and investment management experience,including serving as executive director of UBS Global AssetManagement and managing director of Bear Stearns & Co. Butlerstarted her career in 1977 as a corporate finance banker at theContinental Illinois National Bank and Trust Co. and was the firstAfrican American female appointed VP in the bank's commerciallending division. She is president of the board of the YWCAMetropolitan Chicago, and serves on the organization's executivecommittee. She is also a member of the Economic Club of Chicago andthe Executives' Club of Chicago.

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CHRISTINECHIPURNOI
Senior VicePresident
Wells Fargo Insurance Services USAInc.
New York City
As a leaderin her field of insurance as one of the top producingbroker/consultants in the country, Chipurnoi is responsible for thedevelopment, strategy and retention of a very large book ofbusiness that is comprised of commercial real estate, constructionrisk, retailers and hospitality risk. In 2013, she was recognizedas one of the Wells Fargo Winners Circle, a distinction granted tothe firm's top 5% sales producers in the US. She was the firstfemale president of the Insurance Brokers Association of New Yorkin its 117-year history, and is now the incoming president ofNYCREW, for which she also runs the membership committee. Amongother accolades, she has received the National Association ofInsurance Women's Helen M. Garvin Outstanding Achievement Award,the NYCREW Pinnacle Award and the Wall Street Journal VanguardProfessionalism Award.

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SHELBYCHRISTENSEN
Senior Vice and Director,Property Management
Liberty PropertyTrust
Malvern, PA
Liberty COORob Fenza describes Christensen is “one of the strongest, mostorganized leaders” he has ever seen. She is responsible for all thefirm's internal and third party-property management with aportfolio of more than 100 million square feet of office andindustrial space. She was instrumental in the massive underwriting,due diligence and acquisition of Cabot portfolio of 177 buildings.She's also headed up the efforts of Liberty's sustainable propertymanagement and major push for energy savings to benefit tenants.Under Christensen's leadership Liberty has won the DOE's EnergyPartner of the Year three years in row, winning specialacknowledgment this year. Her teams around the nation have wonnumerous BOMA “TOBYs” and other property management awards. Sheserves on the national BOMA board, the BOMA Council and the DrexelUniversity Business Board.

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CYNTHIACLARE
President
KettlerManagement
McLean, VA
Clarejoined Kettler Management as president in 2005 and has increasedthe size of its management portfolio from 8,667 units to more than24,000; from 37 communities to 100. Through her leadership, Kettlerhas expanded its geographic reach from the Washington, DC metroarea to the East Coast from New York to North Carolina. It's inkeeping with the company's business plan calling for continuedgrowth through acquisitions, new development, fee management anddiversification. Under Clare's leadership, the company is focusedon higher-density multifamily near multi-module transportationcenters. “I am committed to significantly increasing Kettler'smanagement portfolio, expanding training and career developmentprograms for our employees and continuing to build productive andlasting relationships with customers, team members and partners,”she tells Forum.

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SUZANNECOPE
Senior VicePresident
Centerline CapitalGroup
Denver
Early in hercareer, Cope spent eight years on the agency side working at FannieMae and then transitioned that knowledge and moved to the lenderside of the business. She joined Centerline in 2010 to develop andre-launch an affordable housing lending platform for the firm.She's responsible for West Coast originations of all debt financingactivities for affordable multifamily housing, including Fannie,Freddie Mac and FHA executions as well as affiliated executions forconduit and bridge lending. Cope's largest professionalaccomplishment over the past year was the closing of a $175-millionFannie credit facility to refinance a five-property portfolio ownedby a premier owner and operator of multifamily properties in OrangeCounty. The structured credit facility with Fannie was heavilynegotiated and very complex due to the nature of the product.

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ERIN CURRY
EVP,Operations
Xceligent
Independence,MO
A 15-year veteran of the industry with extensiveexperience in management and operations, Curry has experience incommercial development, appraisal, title insurance, real estateinformation and analytics. She co-founded Xceligent in 1999 as acommercial real estate information and analytics company focused onMidwest markets. Since then, Curry's role has been to oversee thefirm's growth from 150 employees to 700. Today, Curry serves as theEVP for employee operations and is chief HR officer, overseeing thecompany's rapid growth into new markets and international researchoperations. She has developed systems and processes in accountingand property research departments across 45 US markets.

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MARGIECUSTIS
ManagingDirector
Principal FinancialGroup
Des Moines
Upongraduation from Iowa State University in 1984, Custis accepted aposition as a commercial real estate mortgage underwriter. Herresponsibilities included originating new mortgage investments onbehalf of Principal within a variety of markets in the Southwest.Utilizing her real estate finance experience, Custis was tasked tolaunch the firm's CMBS investment business in the early 1990s. Sheearned an MBA degree from Drake University as well as her CFA. Now,after 30 years in the business, she is a well-respected leaderproviding insight within real estate finance and capital marketsthrough industry associations including CREFC and the MortgageBankers Association, where she serves on various boards andconsortiums. In addition, she has educated fellow insurancecompanies over the years in their participation in the CMBS marketas both an investor and issuer of loans for securitization.

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LISADAVIDSON
Executive ManagingDirector
SavillsStudley
Chicago
Davidson joinedStudley, now Savills Studley, in 1997. Today she has almost 30years of experience acting as an advocate on behalf of commercialtenants in Downtown Chicago and the Midwest. She is among SavillsStudley's top performers, executing more than 14 million squarefeet of transactions. She is also recognized as an expert inreducing real estate costs for corporate space users for herdiverse client portfolio, which includes law firms, financialservices firms, major corporations and associations. Most notably,she has developed an exceptional practice in the area of earlylease restructuring that has helped numerous firms achievefavorable rental rates, incentives and concessions. Yet Davidsonstands out amongst her counterparts not just for her success in theindustry; she also beat the odds of overcoming a challengingupbringing. Davidson grew up in the inner city of Chicago and beganworking at the age of nine cleaning houses. She attended a highschool in a blue-collar neighborhood where few students had theopportunity to go to college. Even as the valedictorian of hergraduating class, Davidson was given little direction in taking thenext step toward a successful future. Her turning point came when along-time resident of the community, the owner of a neighborhoodbusiness who had known her since she was five years old, encouragedher to apply to Northwestern. She applied, got in, paid her waythrough and upon graduating, took the biggest risk of all—acommission-based job in commercial real estate.

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ELIZABETHDAVIS
Director
InstitutionalProperty Advisors, a division of Marcus &Millichap
Portland, OR
Withmore than 20 years of experience working with institutionalclients, Davis has been directly involved in sales totaling over$300 million in multifamily assets over the past two years for someof the nation's largest institutional investors. The first-everfemale broker within IPA, Davis' first job was at the propertylevel, as director of marketing at Oregon's premier super-regionalshopping center owned by Macerich. In 1995, she opened DavisAgency, an advertising agency serving regional shopping centers onthe West Coast, later expanding to provide development planning foradditional property types. In 2007, Davis founded Blue Sky Advisorsin Manhattan Beach, CA, with co-founder Patrice Daniels, who was onthe board of CBRE and brought a strong background in investmentbanking. The firm consulted with developers to produce developmentmodels, plan capital requirements and source equity. In 2011, Davismerged all her experience to start a career as an investmentadvisor for institutional multifamily assets.

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CATHYDELCOCO
Executive VicePresident
CBRE GroupInc.
McLean, VA
Delcoco is anEVP of CBRE's Global Corporate Services Group, leading aseven-person team that focuses on integrating complex real estatesolutions aligned with a corporation's business objective. Sherepresents corprorate clients' real estate needs in the NorthernVirginia market, and facilitates transactions as far distant asHuntington Beach, CA and United Arab Emirates. One of herdistinguishing characteristics is her ability to integrate multipleservice lines for companies to achieve both their real estate andoperational goals. She consistently ranks among the top 100 realestate consultants within CBRE and has executed 29 million squarefeet in transactions since 1999. In 2001, she received the annualCBRE William H. McCarthy award, the firm's most prestigiousrecognition presented to the employee with the highest quality ofcharacter combined with consistent performance.

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KIM DIAMOND
SeniorManaging Director, Structured Finance
KrollBond Rating Agency Inc.
New YorkCity
Diamond joined the newly formed Kroll BondRating Agency in December of 2010 as the head of CMBS. Within ashort time, she was given responsibility for all of structuredfinance and has grown all three of KBRA's businesses (ABS, RMBS andCMBS), positioning Kroll as a viable competitor in the ratingagency market. The agency rated its first CMBS transaction in 2011;a year later, its CMBS market share was 43.7% and had grown to 53%by year-end 2013, with KBRA ranked #3 across all six ratingagencies. The 25-year veteran of structured finance got her startat Standard & Poor's in 1989 on the CMBS desk, leaving S&Pin 2010 to join KBRA. She's a board member of the Commercial RealEstate Finance Council and won CREFC's Founders Award in 2012.

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MEJELLSWORTH
Senior Commercial Escrow Officerand Underwriter
First American TitleInsurance Co.
Denver
Over thepast year, Ellsworth has closed more than $2.5 billion worth oftransactions, including several $100-plus-million andmulti-site/multi-state transactions. It a production achievementthat very few commercial escrow officers ever reach. Perhaps whatis most impressive is that she achieves this level of deal volumeyear after year, making her one of the premier commercial escrowofficers in the US. Ellsworth got her start with an Omaha-baseddeveloper but soon made the move to the title industry. From there,she moved to Colorado and began a career that has coincided withDenver's rise to one of the premier commercial real estate marketsin the US. She is consistently recognized as a top producer withinFirst American, is a member of the First American Escrow Council,and was recently appointed to a senior leadership position withinFirst American's Colorado-NCS operation.

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NANCY R.FERRELL
Senior Vice President and ManagingDirector
NorthMarqCapital
Lutherville, MD
Ferrelljoined NorthMarq Capital in 2003 when NorthMarq acquired themortgage banking division of Legg Mason Real Estate Services. Overthe next 10 years she consistently ranked in the company's top 10%of producers annually. She was promoted to SVP/managing director in2012 in the Baltimore regional office, responsible for thegeneration of commercial debt and equity placement along with thedevelopment of lender and commercial product sources. Over 12months, Ferrell has placed more than $250 million in 24 deals,including a $78.6-million loan on an office and flex product onunsubordinated federal land located on a US Army base. Ferrell'sinsight into the industry and its diversity trends is particularlyvaluable as most women tend to focus on the lender side or in stafffunctions for commercial finance, instead of debt and equityproduction and management roles.

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RANDYFIFIELD
Vice Chairman &Principal
FifieldCos.
Chicago
Fifield has risento become a trendsetter and leader in the male-dominated world ofdevelopment, helping to steer Fifield Cos. from its origins as anoffice developer to become one of the most prolific developers ofluxury multifamily in Chicago and Southern California. In the past10 years, she has led the company to develop more than 3,000 luxuryrentals in these markets. Current projects for Fifield include E2,a 356-unit high-rise in Evanston, IL; Luxe on Madison, a 100-unitproject in Chicago's West Loop; and 347 W Chestnut, a 306-unittower in Chicago's River North neighborhood. As managing directorand principal of Century West Partners in Los Angeles, Fifield iscurrently overseeing the development of eight projects with morethan 2,000 luxury units in Los Angeles, Koreatown and SantaMonica.

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GLYNNISFISHER-LEVITT
Vice President & RealEstate Business Advisor
PNC CorporateBank
Birmingham,AL
Fisher-Levitt specializes in the underwriting ofall property types, portfolio management, loan production, andsyndication. To advance her role with one of the country's largestcorporate/commercial banking divisions, Levitt has leveraged theCCIM Institute's specialized investment and financial analysiseducation to improve service to clients and advance her career.This extra skill set alone sets her apart from the majority ofcommercial real estate banking professionals and the added insighthas given her new perspective, particularly on how to manage riskfrom the developer and investor perspectives. PNC Bank acquired herformer employer in 2012 and she once again took on a new role witha new set of priorities, moving from very large transactions totransactions more focused on small investors. Last year, her marketgenerated and closed over $10 million in investment real estateloans, all of which were closely tied to other businessrelationships held by the bank.

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CHARFORTUNE
Director of Learning &Professional Development, Consulting &Advisory
AvisonYoung
Atlanta
Fortune ischarged with the training and development of the future of AvisonYoung. She is responsible for developing Avison Young University,the firm's internal training program, and her focus has been ongiving young associates the skills they need and improving theskills of their senior counterparts. In her role as corporateservices advisor, Fortune works with multi-market companies todevelop real estate strategy; identify appropriate solutions tosupport business objectives; and deploy transactional, leaseadministration, project and facility management services. Beforejoining AY, she served as managing director of corporate servicesfor the Southeast at Grubb & Ellis, with stints at TrammellCrow Co. and Cushman & Wakefield preceding that.

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STACEYGILHAM
Principal
EdgeRealty Partners
Austin,TX
Gilham manages the leasing division for EdgeRealty's local office, bringing a mix of both science and art toher work: she not only has a firm grasp on such nuances asdemographics, drive times and competition, but she also isexceptional at the art of making each deal work by understandingher audience and paying close attention to her clients' needs.Gilham has 14 years of experience in landlord and developerrepresentation working on projects of all sizes including power,specialty and grocery anchored centers. She is also the founder ofRetail Live! Gilham started her career at Benderson Development inSarasota, FL, at the time the largest privately held developer inthe country, working her way up from a leasing representative todirector of leasing. Interestingly, her entry into real estate wasserendipitous; she'd contacted Benderson about leasing a space onbehalf of a family member and her persistence on getting theleasing information from the company prompted them to offer her ajob as a leasing agent.

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WENDY GILL
ChiefAccounting Officer & SVP, Corp.Operations
Columbia PropertyTrust
Atlanta
At age 39, Gillis not only the youngest member of Columbia's otherwise all-maleexecutive team but also has achieved more at a younger age thanmost of her male and female counterparts at peer companiesthroughout the industry. Beginning her career with Arthur Andersenin its Washington, DC and Atlanta offices, Gill moved over to oneof its clients, Wells Real Estate Funds, as the accounting firmwound down its operations in 2002. She spent 11 years with Wells,becoming chief accounting officer of its largest REIT in 2007. Shecontinued as CAO and was named SVP of corporate operations whenthat fund, Wells REIT II, changed its name to Columbia PropertyTrust upon severing its advisory relationship with Wells. Inpreparation for Columbia's IPO last October, Gill led severalinitiatives to position it to achieve the best listingexecution.

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ALEXANDRAGLICKMAN
Area Vice Chair, Practice Leader& Managing Director
Arthur J. Gallagher& Co.
Glendale, CA
The onlywoman practice leader of one of the world's four largestinsurance-brokerage firms, Glickman is recognized as an industryexpert in insurance and alternative risk financing. Her leadershipgrew Gallagher's 2013 real estate client revenues by 9.4% withinthe $7-billion market-cap company. She continues to develop new andexpanded business relationships and is now responsible forbrokerage and service oversight of more than 36,000 institutionallyowned and leased single-family homes. With 31 years of experiencein the business, 13 at her current position, Glickman'sresponsibilities include leading Gallagher's worldwide real estateand hospitality practice, which represents more than 2,400 clientsand more than $250 billion of assets. She is also responsible forleading and overseeing 18 professionals serving more than 110clients who own, manage and provide professional services in everyaspect and asset class.

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KARENHALPERT
SVP, SingleTenant
American Realty CapitalCo.
Phoenix
Halpert isresponsible for the financial performance of a national portfolioof 4,300 single-tenant retail, office and industrial propertiestotalling 130 million square feet in 49 states with a value ofalmost $30 billion. She guides a 27-person team of asset, propertyand construction managers responsible for the day-to-day managementof the portfolio. Thus far this year, Halpert's team has alreadyintegrated onto her team management platform over 2,500 propertieswith a value of more than $10 billion resulting from the merger ofCole Real Estate Investments and American Realty CapitalProperties. Halpert is also on the ARC Compassion Committee toencourage employee participation in volunteer work, and served as2013 president of AZCREW, for which she chairs the programscommittee this year.

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LAURAHANNUSCH
Partner
PillsburyWinthrop ShawPittman
Houston
The past yearhas in many ways been a typical one for Hannusch, as she's overseenCrescent Real Estate Equities' blockbuster $1.2-billion sale of a10-building office complex in Houston, advised the Atlanta Bravesfor the building of a reported $672-million ballpark and mixed-useddevelopment, and yet also applied her considerable will and energytoward endeavors as varied as the continued revitalization ofDowntown Houston and the more focused application of her firm'scharitable efforts. She currently heads the real estate practicegroup for the firm's Houston office. “I've never seen careersatisfaction as just a collection of personal goals and benchmarks.Large-figure transactions, intriguing negotiations and projects areall part of a fulfilling career, but they are just one part,” shesays. “I consider the mentoring of less experienced legalprofessionals—especially incoming women but ultimately, everyone—asan important part of my professional mission.”

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JILLIENEHELMAN
CEO
RealtyMogul
Los Angeles
Helman hascreated one of the largest crowdfunding platforms for investingonline in real estate, providing thousands of accredited investorswith access to investment opportunities that they would have neverhad before and receiving numerous awards for leading thecrowdfunding movement. At the same time, she helped lead the firmto become an outsourced capital markets arm for real estatesponsors. With only two years in the business, Helman recentlycompleted one of the largest Series A fundings for a female CEOever in the tech world. She has crowdfunded over $120 million incommercial property and underwritten over $1 billion in commercialreal estate. Helman believes that a very small percentage of moneyraised from venture capital goes to female CEOs. Raised in a realestate family before going into banking, she is a trailblazer whoalso believes that her success, and the growth of Realty Mogul,opens the doors to venture capital for all women entrepreneurs.

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RACHELHOWITT
President andCFO
NAI CapitalInc.
Encino, CA
Howitt has hada notable career in real estate that is tied together by 34 yearsof wide-range experience including metallurgical engineering,finance and business development. She succeeded in keeping hercompany's revenues stable and its credit position firm throughoutthe recession in such a way that, where other companies have foundthemselves bankrupt or deeply in debt, the past five years at NAICapital Inc. have shown increases in profitability. Deal volume hasincreased 40% from 2010 to 2014. Deal values also increased 29%from 2012 through 2013. She maintained and strengthened thecompany's net cash position by controlling costs and streamliningfinance processes. Howitt also took into account the culture of theindustry, her organization and the people in her organization,recognizing that revenues are tied directly to her people. Sheembraces the notion that an organization will live or die with itspeople; for the company to be successful, her people need to besuccessful. Over the years Howitt has taken under her wing youngprofessionals and assisted them in elevating their skill sets toexpand their careers. She has acted as a mentor outside of thebusiness as well, inspiring many through her multiple philanthropicendeavors.

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FRAN INMAN
SVP,Corporate Development, Majestic RealtyCo.
Founding President, Majestic RealtyFoundation
City of Industry,CA
A recognized leader in the push to improve thenation's failing transportation infrastructure, Inman was appointedby both Governor Schwarzenegger and Governor Brown to theCalifornia Transportation Commission. In 2013, Inman was alsoappointed to the National Freight Advisory Committee, a 47-membercitizens committee established to advise the US Secretary ofTransportation on matters related to freight transportation in theUS, where she co-chairs the sub-committee. Currently Inman directsgovernment relations and community affairs activities for MajesticRealty Co., where one of her responsibilities is to address tenantconcerns about their ability to move their products efficientlyacross the country. She has led Majestic's community activities,helping the company be recognized as an industry leader inphilanthropy and is the founding president of the Majestic RealtyFoundation. Established in 2002, the Foundation provides grants andother support to various community partners where Majestic doesbusiness.

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CHRISTIEKELLY
Chief FinancialOfficer
JLL
Chicago
Kelly brings to her current position of CFO at JLL anextensive background of global financial and banking experience,ranging from financial planning and strategic development to seniorleadership roles in financial management, mergers and acquisitions,information technology and investment banking. Under her oversight,JLL maintained its strong financial position, strengthened bankrelationships, enhanced communications with investors and analysts,and continued its strategy of strategic acquisitions to fuelproductive growth. Before joining JLL, she played a critical rolein helping Duke Realty keep a strong financial position during therecession and economic recovery. With Kelly as the REIT's CFO, Dukeoutperformed the S&P 500, S&P 400 and the RMZ index. Sincejoining JLL, Christie has taken on leadership roles in the firm'sglobal sustainability board and global operating board.

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SARAHLAGOSH
Director
EastdilSecured
Boston
Lagosh isresponsible for generating new business, executing existingtransaction volume and jointly overseeing the 13-person Bostonoffice of Eastdil Secured. She has demonstrated a robust knowledgeof complicated transactions and separated herself from her peers,with a proven ability to work through challenging topics and issueswith clients and prospective investors to ensure successfulcompletion of transactions. Her expertise has made her the mainpoint of contact on institutional transactions, while alsosupporting the balance of the regional business. Lagosh is highlyregarded within the marketplace as being on the forefront of keycapital markets trends and themes, and as such has been heavilyinvolved in headline transactions in Boston.

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BETHLAMBERT-SAUL
Executive ManagingDirector
CassidyTurley
Dallas
For Lambert-Saul,one of the satisfying parts of closing more than $20 billion indebt and equity transactions globally during her career is usingher influence to help people and companies advance. Her experienceas an owner, borrower and lender separates her from mostintermediaries and allows her to identify more closely withclients. Lambert-Saul's passion also includes mentoring andbuilding teams and partnerships, especially for the advancement ofwomen's roles in CRE. As 2006 president of the national CREWorganization, she spoke across the US, discussing the differentperspectives and value proposition women bring to CRE. Lambert-Saulhas served clients in a variety of capacities, includingstructuring debt, raising equity and strategic planning. Her workspans all CRE product types, geographies and risk profiles and hasinvolved more than $900 million. One of her greatest recentaccomplishments is her involvement with three start-up clients thispast year that have expanded their portfolios faster than projecteddue to her invested time. These clients are now no longerconsidered start-ups and are competing at an institutionallevel.

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AMY LERSETH
SVP,Asset Management & Real EstateServices
The Buzz Oates Group ofCos.
Sacramento, CA
Lerseth isresponsible for the execution of the investment strategy andbusiness plan for a $1.7-billion portfolio ofindustrial/office/retail assets. She manages Buzz Oates Real Estateand Buzz Oates Management Services, which provide brokerage andasset/property management services to a 23-million-square-footportfolio spanning four states in the Western US. The company'sfounder, real estate icon Buzz Oates, comments, “In the competitivecommercial real estate industry, Amy is absolutely one of the bestat what she does. We rely on her expertise and business acumen fordirection and decision making.” Lerseth was named vice chair ofNAIOP Investment Management II Forum in 2014. NAIOP also invitedher to join its faculty at the NAIOP Center for Education as aninstructor for eight-week courses in real estate.

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CYNDILIGHT
Senior Vice President andPartner
Coldwell Banker Commercial SudweeksGroup
Temecula, CA
As one ofthe founding partners of CBC Sudweeks Group, Light has pushed thefirm to grow from a start-up commercial brokerage office with justfour associates three years ago, to a full-service CRE and propertymanagement company that now includes over 30 associates in SanDiego, Temecula and Redlands. She is the lead associate of theRetail Division and a regular “Top 3” producer in the company. Herrecent focus has been the redevelopment of Murrieta Crossings inMurrieta, CA, with over 230,000 square feet of retail freewayvisibility. Light and her team have worked with the City ofMurrieta to rezone the project to allow for a wider mix of uses,including restaurants and entertainment. She is also a mentor forjunior associates in the firm as they begin their career incommercial real estate.

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JILL LOVATT
FirstVice President, Retail Leasing
Massey KnakalRealty Services
New YorkCity
Lovatt was the founder and president of CompleteAppraisal Services in Southern California and ran that company fornearly 10 years. After moving to Manhattan three years ago, Lovattlanded her position at Massey Knakal Realty Services through achance meeting with CEO Paul J. Massey Jr. at a real estatefunction. While at the function, she and Massey found a commonground—both had founded firms based on the territory system andstrong values. Since joining Massey Lovatt has generatedsignificant results on the Upper East Side. In the past 38 months,she's leased or listed a number of stores on Madison Avenue, alongwith many stores on the UES. In the past 12 months, she has leasedor listed eight stores on Madison Avenue along with approximately23 other UES stores. After she was named Massey Knakal's RetailLeasing Agent of the Year in 2013, Lovatt was awarded the honor ofthe Richard Marchenko Award in 2014, recognizing her persistenceand perseverance to get the job done.

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BETH MACE
ChiefEconomist & Director, Capital MarketsOutreach
National Investment Center for theSeniors Housing & CareIndustry
Annapolis, MD
Asseniors housing has emerged as an asset of key interest among bothequity and debt investors given its risk-adjusted returns, Mace haspushed hard for transparency. Mace pioneered the time series datanow regularly used by operators and investors in sector; she alsobecome a trusted resource and expert on the industry's marketdynamics as well as the opportunities and challenges of investingin seniors housing and care properties. This year in March she wasnamed to a new role within NIC: chief economist. It is a fittingtitle for someone whose economic forecasting experience spans morethan 25 years—and whose goal is to push seniors housing to becomeone of the core commercial real estate investment property typesfor both for equity and debt providers.

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ANGELAMAGO
Executive Vice President and GroupHead
KeyBank Real EstateCapital
Cleveland
Over thecourse of her 25-plus-year career at Key, Mago has risen to becomeone of the company's most influential leaders. On April 15, she wasappointed to her current position, leading a sizeable groupresponsible for development, profitability and quality of KeyBank'snational CRE portfolio, both on and off balance sheet products.Previously, she led the real estate capital markets team thatoriginates, underwrites and distributes permanent mortgagefinancing for Key's clients through Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA,life companies and CMBS. Under Mago's leadership, this nationalplatform produced record loan production in each of the last threeyears. She also served as the national manager for KeyBank RealEstate Capital's Healthcare group.

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SARAHMALCOLM
Director, NewMedia
International Council of ShoppingCenters
New York City
Malcolmhas created and executed ICSC's social and mobile strategy, winningover 19 awards for ICSC's mobile apps, social media and websites.She has 12 years in the industry, four at her current position. Dueto her success, ICSC was recently named by Association TRENDS as aTop 25 Social Media Savvy Association, a Top 25 LinkedIn SavvyAssociation and the number-one Social Media Savvy firm in Servicesand Retail. She has also been behind the award-winning Social MediaPavilion as well as the #iTechLounge, educating the retail sectoron how a social- and digital-media strategy can breathe new lifeinto business.

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JENNIFER A.MARLER
ManagingPartner
Dentons USLLP
St. Louis
One of theforemost authorities on complicated financial transactions, Marlerhas represented lenders, owners and developers nationally andinternationally. The only female managing partner among the majorlegal firms in St. Louis, Marler plays a leading role for Dentonsby serving as a mentor to recent graduates joining the firm's ranksand guiding all aspects of its business in St. Louis. Marler hasdevoted considerable time and energy to advancing the success ofwomen. Her commitment has included serving on the national boardfor CREW Network and as a past president of its St. Louis chapter.She has contributed to and volunteered for many years in the CREWFoundation, a nonprofit aimed at helping women and girls achieveeconomic self-sufficiency.

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EDNAMEYER-NELSON
President andCEO
RichlandCos.
Houston
Havingsuccessfully grown Richland in terms of both revenue and staff,Meyer-Nelson directs all business activities for the firm'sinvestment, brokerage, asset management, commercial mortgage,leasing, tenant representation, property management, landdevelopment and construction divisions. This year, Richland hassecured 410,000 square feet in leasing activity and maintained a90% occupancy rate across its portfolio of 33 properties, 15 ofwhich remain fully leased. Prior to founding the company in 1993,she spent 20 years in the banking industry, and her expertise instructuring real estate loans, combined with a hands-on approach toproperty selection and management, has allowed Richland to amass a$250-million, two-million-foot portfolio in four Southweststates.

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JOANNAMULFORD
ManagingDirector
Prudential Real EstateInvestors
Madison, NJ
Sincejoining PREI in 1997, Mulford has accumulated a wide range ofexperience that includes transactions, fundraising and asset andportfolio management. She is currently the portfolio manager andCFO of PREI's flagship core real estate fund, which was the firstand is among the largest open-end real estate funds in the US with$16.4 billion of gross assets under management. Mulford's skill setallows her to be equally effective in managing the operational sideof a large investment vehicle and in making sound investmentdecisions on both the transactions and dispositions side, as wellas contributing to the development of the fund strategy. Forexample, she recently led a project to broaden the eligibleinvestor base for PREI's flagship core real estate fund. Now, forthe first time in its 40-plus-year history, the fund can acceptcapital from non-US and taxable US investors. Mulford alsoparticipates in a variety of mentoring programs.

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ADRIANAOLSEN
VicePresident
Passco Cos.LLC
Irvine, CA
With more than adecade of experience, in the past 12 months alone Olsen has helpedPassco raise more than $96 million in capital for its investments.Her deep knowledge of each investment product helps her stand out;can speak fluently about these products and how they can helpachieve clients' goals. Currently Salamone is responsible for allinternal and external marketing and communications for Passco. Herprimary role is to interface with the broker-dealer community andwith investors regarding Passco's investment opportunities. Shealso serves as a spokesperson for the company at various nationalseminars and conferences, driving Passco's industry presenceforward, and developing relationships with industry professionalsthroughout the US. She also helps to promote Fodada, a clothingbrand that donates part of its proceeds to support non-profits andfamily programs.

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ANNELISEOSBORNE
Senior CreditOfficer
Moody's InvestorService
New YorkCity
Instrumental in developing the next generationof professionals within the CRE finance industry, Osborne hasproven her thought leadership by programmatically reaching out toCMBS investors after the financial crisis to share the ratingagency's approach in a transparent manner and to increasecommunication with investors in the market during turbulent times.Osborne demonstrates the breadth of her influence on the market asco-head of Moody's CMBS Conduit/Fusion Surveillance Team, which isresponsible for annually monitoring and refreshing the ratings onover $500 billion in bonds backed by more than 50,000 loans oncommercial real estate. In the past 12 months, she arranged 80one-on-one investor meetings, helping Moody's to attain the #1rating agency ranking in the JP Morgan 2013 Investor Survey.

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AMY PRICE
ChiefOperating Officer
Bentall KennedyUS
San Francisco
In less thanthree years overseeing Bentall Kennedy's US operations andfinancial performance nationally, Price has helped US assets undermanagement grow by about $2 billion, and dozens of staff membershave come on board, including several top names in the industry. Inaddition to her national role, as head of the San Francisco office,she has been instrumental in cementing Bentall Kennedy'srelationship with CalPERS and in securing two major newdevelopments for the firm's pension fund clients. Price serves onthe San Francisco board of the Women's Initiative for SelfEmployment, whose mission is to build the entrepreneurial capacityof low-income women to achieve self-sufficiency. More than 16,000women have received training, support and/or funding via the SanFrancisco hub. She is also an active supporter of JamestownCommunity Center serving underprivileged youth in the MissionDistrict of San Francisco.

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SARA QUEEN
SeniorVicePresident
Brookfield
NewYork City
With asset management oversight ofBrookfield's core office portfolio, comprised of 45 million feet in60-plus class A office properties in downtown New York City,Boston, Metro Washington, DC, Houston, Denver, Los Angeles, Seattleand San Francisco, Queen has significant influence in top marketsin the US. She is the chief company representative and liaison withco-investors in the US Office Fund and Downtown Los Angeles Fund,as well as other JV partnerships. She directs the annual strategicand business planning process for the US, with 2013 NOI of over$800 million. She's responsible for the firm's occupancy profile,as well as the creation and rollout of internal lease managementand budgeting systems. Queen also manages the Lease Administrationgroup and serves on the Global Asset Management and ExecutiveCommittee for US commercial operations.

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ANNARADIC
COO
Dream OfficeREIT
Toronto
Throughout hercareer which started in the brokerage business in the early 1990s,Radic assumed progressively more senior roles in investment,leasing and operations. Her success in managing a diverse portfolioof assets and completing millions of square feet of leasingtransactions has been rooted in her market and industry expertise,her ability to build and foster longstanding relationships acrossall spectrums of the industry and her exceptional leadershipskills. Radic has played a key role in Dream's growth andtransformation into one of the leading real estate enterprises inCanada. She has been involved in numerous transactions includingthe REIT's $2.3-billion portfolio sale to GE Real Estate, at thetime the largest real estate transaction ever to take place inCanada; the takeover of two TSX-listed companies—Realex PropertiesCorp. and Whiterock REIT; the public spin-out of Dundee IndustrialREIT; and the acquisition of the iconic Scotia Plaza in DowntownToronto.

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L. JANROBERTSON
CEO
Norris,Beggs & Simpson Cos.
Portland,OR
Robertson became Norris, Beggs' first and onlyfemale partner in 1993, rose to the position of CFO in 2005 and wasthen appointed CEO in 2011. She's responsible for oversight andmanagement of all of the company's business operations, strategicplanning and financial management. As head of the company'sproperty management department, Robertson oversees a portfolio ofover 10 million square feet of office, plus 929 residential units,as of May 30. In this role, she is also responsible for procuringnew property management assignments. Within the past year, thecompany has added numerous projects and was set to add 400 moreapartment units by August. In 2008, Robertson became the firstfemale president of the Oregon chapter of NAIOP.

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RACHELROSENBERG
Executive VicePresident
RKF
SantaMonica, CA
Beginning her commercial real estatecareer in 1997 at age 19 with CBRE's Milwaukee operations,Rosenberg is now responsible for overseeing all of RKF's LosAngeles operations. Regarded as a retail expert throughout theindustry and a pioneer in the growth of restaurant brandingnationally, she has played a pivotal role in transforming theretail and restaurant landscape in Southern California. Averagingone deal per week, Rosenberg is known her clients expand into themost ideal retail corridors and a keen ability to strategicallynegotiate multiple deals for a variety of restaurant and retailconcepts for which she is the exclusive L.A. broker, including: Fig& Olive, Fox Restaurant Concepts, Paul Hibler Restaurants,Chipotle Mexican Grill, ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen, Le PainQuotidien, Veggie Grill, Sam Edelman, Gap Brands and ArclightCinemas.

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KARENSCANNA
Partner
Stroock& Stroock & Lavan LLP
New YorkCity
Originally preparing for a career in medicine orresearch, Scanna has adapted her CRE law practice and enabled it toflourish, notwithstanding the ups and downs of the market. In 2008,at the height of the financial crisis, she represented the jointventure that acquired and financed the 1.8-million-square- foot,47-story class A office building known as Worldwide Plaza in NewYork City. More recently, she has assisted her clients incapitalizing on the hot multifamily market by acquiring thousandsof units for them throughout the boroughs of New York City. She hasalso represented the developers of several of the most noteworthyprojects of the Bloomberg administration, including the WilletsPoint, Seward Park and Kingsbridge Armory developments.

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CYNTHIASHELTON
Director of InvestmentSales
ColliersInternational
Orlando,FL
Active in the industry for more than 35 years,Shelton has not only been a top producer in the retail investmentside of the business, but she also mentors other competitors andteaches classes for the CCIM and Realtor organizations. She hasbeen president of both CCIM at the state and national levels (in2002, as one of the only two females since its inception to bepresident nationally) and president in 2009 of the Florida Realtorswith over 110,000 members. Shelton is currently director ofinvestment sales, handling marketing/sales of single tenant netleased (NNN) properties and shopping centers mainly in centralFlorida. She is part of a team with Kane Morris-Webster. In April2014, Shelton was presented with two awards from the CentralFlorida Commercial Association of Realtors for being in the OverallTop 10 Producers by Volume and Top Five Producers in InvestmentSales. Shelton is one of the top senior instructors from the CCIMdesignation and works with National Association of Realtors as aliaison to the president in the public policy area.

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CARRIESMITH
Regional ManagingPartner
FranklinStreet
Jacksonville, FL
Only 32years old, Smith already has an impressive CV on which to stand.Under her leadership, Franklin Street's Jacksonville office hasregistered an eye-popping 2,320% increase in revenue since 2010,when it was a staff of one. Smith eventually recruited sixemployees across multiple areas including investment sales andlandlord representation. She also brought on the Franklin StreetManagement Services division to the North Florida office in 2012,providing management to more than 340,000 square feet of propertythroughout the northern part of the state. Smith currently overseesa portfolio of more than 3.3 million square feet in retail space.She specializes in retail tenant and landlord representation andhas helped her retail team close more than $21.3 million worth oftransactions since 2013.

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AUDREYSOKOLOFF
Partner
Skadden,Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
New YorkCity
A true jet setter, Sokoloff has worked inSkadden's New York, London, San Francisco and Los Angeles officesbefore moving to Asia to serve as co-head of the Asia-Pacificpractice, head of the Real Estate Group and leader of the Tokyooffice. Under her leadership, Skadden was named “International Firmof the Year” for Japan by Chambers and “Real Estate Firm of theYear” by Asian Counsel. Sokoloff also is recognized forheadline-making deals like the sale of the GM Building, one ofForum's 2013's Deals of the Year. Currently, Sokoloff counselsclients worldwide on real estate, finance and private equity. Herpractice includes real estate private equity fund formations, jointventures and investments in Asia, the Americas and Europe. She alsoserves on the firm's client engagement, compensation and diversitycommittees and runs its alumni program.

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JANICESTANTON
Senior ManagingDirector
Cushman &Wakefield
New York City
In herrole in investment strategies, Stanton is sought out by clients notonly because they value her insights into where the market isgoing, but also because she will just as easily tell a majorinstitution not to invest if the time is not right for what theyare looking to accomplish. This intellectual honesty, while it maynot result in corporate fees today, sets her apart from hercompetitors and ensures that C&W is a valued long-term partnerto its clients. As the head of investment strategies for thecapital markets group, of C&W, she is the primary touch pointfor foreign investors entering the US. Stanton has advised asovereign wealth fund on the deployment of $7 billion inacquisitions over the next three to five years. She advised aglobal investor on deploying $2 billion across mature and emerginginvestment markets and helps sophisticated investors in navigatingdifferent business mores across major markets.

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AMBERSTRANG
Executive ManagingDirector
Transwestern
Dallas
Over the past two years, Strang transitioned from managingcorporate accounts around the globe for JLL to overseeing Cushman& Wakefield's corporate occupier relationships across a22-state region to leading Transwestern's national tenant advisorybusiness, a role she assumed in September 2013. In addition torunning the company's fastest-growing service line, she also wasnamed the youngest member of Transwestern's Executive Committee andsits on the board of directors. Under Strang's guidance, thecompany's 300-plus tenant advisory professionals have come togetherto strengthen national relationships and win new business bydemonstrating, through real-life examples, the unexpected valueTranswestern delivers. Over the past 12 months, revenue for theservice line has increased 17.4%. Strang has accomplished thiswhile staying active in her community and giving back to the realestate organizations that have supported her professionaldevelopment.

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LAURA A.WALKER
Senior VicePresident
Citibank
Stamford,CT
As an SVP of the specialized FinancialIntermediaries Group within Citi Commercial Bank, Walker managesthe group's largest commercial clients in the US. A 20-year veteranof Citi and a seven-time recipient of its “Circle of ExcellenceAward,” presented to Citi's best of the best in each job categorynationally, she works with multiple investors, developers andconsultants to deliver solutions nationally. As NYCREWpresident-elect, she oversaw the largest increase in the chapter'shistory in 2013, nearly doubling the membership of one of the CREWNetwork's highest-profile divisions. Now as NYCREW president andthe New York chapter's delegate to the national organization, shecontinues bringing together professionals from all disciplines andsectors. Her influence extends far beyond her base in New York to anational presence. She serves on CREW's national finance committeeand is one of five delegates nationally on its nominatingcommittee.

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LESLEYWAN
Corporate Real EstateCounsel
Lloyds BankPlc
London
Recognized at theBritish Legal Awards when she won Legal Counsel in 2012, Wan's manyachievements have made an imprint on the industry. She helpedlaunch the Loan Market Association Facility Agreement for RealEstate Finance and continues to take a proactive lead ininfluencing industry standards. She is a judge for the First WomenAwards 2014, which recognizes top female CEOs in the UK, and is aprolific speaker at industry events in the UK and worldwide. Shewas also featured in the Guardian in March 2014 as one of 10influential women “Changing the Face of the City.” She is also anavid pioneer of CSR and diversity initiatives. Wan leads a team of10 in-house lawyers—two of which have been identified as “RisingStars” by the Legal 500 2014—together with the management of one ofthe largest legal panels across the UK, overseeing a huge volume ofdiverse and complex real estate transactions.

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MAXINEWEBSTER
Executive VicePresident
Chartres LodgingGroup
San Francisco
Websterpersonally oversees more than $1 billion in hospitality assets,sits on the board of directors for the Hotel Asset ManagersAssociation and is part of the formation of the Consumer InnovationCouncil. A Certified Hospitality Administrator, she also sits onStarwood's Sheraton Owner Advisory Council and is a founding memberand Chair of the Chartres Lodging Group's philanthropicorganization “No Reservations Giving,” having establishd themission statement, board of directors, grant and volunteerprograms. With 36 years in the business, three in her currentposition, Webster is responsible for overseeing the assetmanagement, turnaround, renovation and repositioning of previouslyunderperforming hotel assets with an ideal turnaround of three tofive years. She has overseen many such turnarounds includingSheraton Dallas, Hyatt St Louis, Hyatt Place Waikiki and Inn ofChicago. Webster has successfully completed a portfolio refinancingof over $500 million in debt, marking the only US hotel loanoriginated in 2008 to be repaid in full in 2012, allowing theportfolio to realize further upside and repositioned for marketingin mid-2014.

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