DENVER—The industry has improved with the ever-increasinginfluence of women in commercial real estate. Thatis according to Real Estate Forum Women of Influencecandidate Mej Ellsworth, senior commercial escrowofficer and underwriter at First American Title InsuranceCo.

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Locally based Ellsworth, who has been in the business for 38years, tells Real Estate Forum that “an increased talentpool means that the quality of work performed in the industry is atan all-time high.” In addition, she says, “women professionals workincredibly hard to excel in their careers and build bettercommunities.”

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CREW, she adds, “forms an important beachheadfor women professionals to gain a foothold in commercial realestate. Their presence in the industry improves the quality of workbeing performed and strengthens our community in the process.”

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Mej is currently entrusted with the responsibility to close andunderwrite some of the most complex commercial real estatetransactions in the First American network, negotiating deal termswith real estate professionals across the country. In addition, sheacts as a mentor and a coach to her team members, helping themlearn the craft that she has honed during her incrediblecareer.

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To learn more about her professional accomplishments, howshe got started and more, visit the Women of Influence feature in Real EstateForum.

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