Please join CREW for our Annual CNCC State of the Market and Economic Forecast event at Convene in Arlington. CREW has brought together the top real estate women in the metro area to discuss the direction of the real estate market.
Jeannette Chapman, our chief economist, will be speaking about economic trends, capital markets, demographics, employment changes and how Amazon's newly selected east coast headquarters in Northern Virginia will impact our local economy. Our top brokers from Maryland, DC, and Northern Virginia will be presenting their market overview with a focus on local trends, development, and leasing conditions.
5:30 - 6:30 PM - Registration, Networking & Cocktail Reception
6:30 - 8:00 PM - Plated Dinner & Presentations
Market Specific Speakers
Executive Vice President, CBRE
Cathy Delcoco is an Executive Vice President of CBRE's Global Workplace Solutions Group, specializing in the corporate representation of clients. Cathy joined CBRE in 1989, and has continually been a top performer for the company. She served on the CBRE Board of Directors from September 2001 to September 2003. In 2001 Cathy was the employee presented with the annual William H. McCarthy award, the company’s most prestigious recognition of excellence and the highest quality of character combined with consistent performance. Her knowledge and respect within CBRE is unparalleled. Cathy is consistently recognized as one of CBRE's Top 100 brokers nationwide.
Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research, GMU
Jeannette Chapman is the Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate of The Stephen S. Fuller Institute at the Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University. She joined George Mason University in 2013 as the Research Associate at the Center for Regional Analysis (CRA). Prior to joining George Mason University, she was the Research Associate for Economic Growth and Development at the Downtown DC Business Improvement District. Ms. Chapman received BA’s in Economics and Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from George Mason University.
Senior Managing Director, Savills Studley, DC
Since joining Savills Studley in 1987, Wendy Feldman-Block has focused on providing real estate services on behalf of major tenants in Washington, DC, and around the country with a focus on law firms, associations, and corporations. Her expertise lies in leveraging market intelligence and structuring transactions that best suit her clients’ unique objectives. She provides a broad range of services including build-to-suit transactions, lease deals, due diligence, and acquisitions and dispositions. Wendy has most recently completed the first project in the DC Metropolitan area to pursue WELL Building certification. She is sought after for her experience in negotiating leases that would enable tenants to pursue this new designation.
President, Rosslyn Business Improvement District, Northern Virginia
Mary-Claire Burick is a strategic leader whose focus is on building engagement and leading change. As President of the Rosslyn Business Improvement District, she is responsible for leading daily operations and creating programs that define, enhance and continually improve Rosslyn for those who work, live, visit and do business there. Her leadership in the area of business engagement has been recognized within the region, and has focused on building relationships and retaining businesses in Rosslyn, as well as working with the real estate community, property owners and Arlington County to engage and welcome new businesses to Rosslyn.
Senior Vice President, JBG Smith, Maryland
1201 Wilson Blvd.
(MAP) Parking Entrance on 1800 N. Lynne Street for $17. Additional Parking Options Available.
$125 CREW Members
Online registration closes on January 25th