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CREW SF: CREW Bay Area Chapter Leaders: The Future is OPPORTUNITY!
January 28 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm PST
Join us in a special joint event with the three Bay Area CREW Chapters (East Bay, Silicon Valley & San Francisco) in a discussion with CREW Networks 2021 President, Tiffany English, Principal at Ware Malcomb. Tiffany and the Bay Area CREW Chapter Presidents, Marilyn Hansen, CREW East Bay; Nathan Donato-Weinstein, CREW Silicon Valley; and Lada Kocherovsky, CREW San Francisco, will be discussing CREW’s vision for commercial real estate and what CREW Network and the local chapters have planned for the year and what they are doing to further women and diversity in the industry.
- 11:35 – 11:40am: Welcome Remarks
- 11:40 – 11:55am: Breakout Rooms
- 11:55 – 12:00pm: Reconvene for Program – Introduction of Tiffany English
- 12:00 – 12:25pm: Leadership presentation- Tiffany English
- 12:25 – 1:10pm: Introduction of our (3) Bay Area CREW Chapter Presidents with discussion and Q&A – Tiffany English moderates
- 1:10 – 1:25pm: Breakout Rooms
- 1:25pm: Closing remarks
Registration: Members & Guests | Complimentary
Tiffany English, LEED AP
Tiffany English is Principal for the San Diego Offices for Ware Malcomb. Ware Malcomb is an award-winning international design firm, providing planning, architecture, interior design, graphic design and civil engineering services for commercial and corporate clients worldwide. Established in 1972, the firm has 23 offices throughout the United States and in Canada, and Mexico. Tiffany has more than 24 years of industry experience.
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At San Jose’s Office of Economic Development, Nathan Donato-Weinstein engages with companies, real estate developers and brokers to facilitate opportunities for growth in San Jose, Northern California’s largest city. He brings expertise in land use, permitting, and city and state business assistance programs.
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Lada Kocherovsky, AIA
Lada Kocherovsky is a Principal at Page & Turnbull, an architecture, design, planning and preservation firm in California with offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento. Noted for her ability to lead innovative integration of new architecture into existing structures and settings, Lada excels in creating communicative and integrated teams, with powerful results proven by numerous multi-disciplinary projects, including the Martial Cottle Park Visitor Center in San Jose, the Social Hall and Crocker Dining Hall at Asilomar State Park in Pacific Grove, and the $110 million Walt Disney Family Museum in the Presidio of San Francisco.
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Marilyn specializes in investment and lease advisory for office and retail properties in the Bay Area. She represents her client’s with superior market intelligence, up-to-date industry knowledge, strategic location planning, property acquisition and disposition.