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CREW Network is at the forefront of achieving gender equity and greater diversity in commercial real estate. We will achieve this by advancing women in the industry globally. Our membership offers unparalleled business networking and leadership opportunities both locally in your market and globally across our 12,000 member base. View our member benefits.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between CREW Northern Virginia (CREW NoVA) and other local chapters?

CREW NoVA is an intimate mid-size Chapter that provides resources for members who do business or want to do business in the Northern Virginia market. Programs and events focus on development and commercial real estate specific to Northern Virginia.

How often do you meet?

CREW NoVA holds one to two events per month. These events are intended to connect members in the commercial real estate industry, discuss relevant real estate news and trends and promote professional development and growth. Programs and events are held at lunchtime and in the evening. CREW NoVA encourages members to get involved on a committee to maximize their membership experience. Committee participation can vary, but each committee normally has a one-hour meeting or conference call once per month.

How do I maximize my membership and get involved with CREW Northern Virginia?

The best way to get involved is to join a committee. CREW NoVA has six different committees that offer members the opportunity to leverage their skills and interests while serving in a leadership role for the Chapter.

What is CREW National Capital Committee (CNCC)?

Established in 2006, CNCC was created as a collaborative effort of the three regional chapters—Northern Virginia, Maryland Suburban, and Washington, DC—to increase the visibility of the individual chapters and its members, while raising the profile of commercial real estate women in the metropolitan region. The primary goals for CNCC include:

  • Hosting high-profile joint events
  • Acting as a public relations vehicle to promote successes of the membership
  • Providing greater opportunities for members to network
  • Requesting referrals and information

To learn more about upcoming events and the CNCC hosted Mentorship Program, please see the CREW National Capital Committee page and the Mentorship page