Original thinking, a thirst for knowledge and—most importantly—enthusiastic dedication to the future of commercial real estate are common traits among this year’s “rising stars.” Four emerging professionals are recognized here.
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Kate Deady, a property manager with Transwestern Real Estate Services, was elected to a two-year term on BOMA International’s Executive Committee in June 2022. A Texas native, Deady joined Transwestern’s Asset Services team in 2018.
10/27/2022 • BOMA International
Inspiring, stimulating, stirring: This year’s BOMA International winners in The Outstanding Building of the Year® (TOBY®) Awards program offer some remarkable examples of exemplary buildings.
8/12/2022 • Linda K. Monroe
A joyful atmosphere marked BOMA International’s first in-person The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Awards celebration in two years.
10/9/2021 • Linda K. Monroe
BOMA International's 2024 Public Policy Symposium was filled with productive and innovative discussions.
The most effective business leaders today are open to new ideas, new sources of information and new voices, the co-founder of business magazine Fast Company, Bill Taylor, said during his keynote speech at the 2022 BOMA International Conference & Expo
To flourish today, business leaders must build solid foundations that help workers soar and embrace “a burning need for conscious leadership.” So said Google’s former director of executive recruiting, Ginny Clarke, during her keynote presentation at
Ana Duffy is a sustainability analyst for Hudson Pacific Properties. She is also an active member of BOMA/San Francisco, where she currently serves as chair of the Energy & Environment Committee and secretary of the Careers in Real Estate Committee.
Traci Devereaux has more than 20 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry. As a senior vice president of Management Services for Holt Lunsford Commercial, Devereaux works directly with clients to oversee a portfolio of properties in