March 2022 Affiliate Update

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Posted: Mar 20, 2022

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The Board of Directors of CoreNet Global announced that it has elected a new slate of members beginning April 1, 2022:

Elected to serve a three-year term:

  • Jamie Leary-Erickson, VP, Real Estate, Nokia
  • Maria Russo-Fama, MCR, Director, Client Services, PDS, A/NZ, Cushman and Wakefield

Elected to serve a one-year term as Associate Director:

  • Susan Wagner, VP Global Facilities and Real Estate, KLA Corporation

Elected to serve a one-year term:

  • LaMonte Johnson, MCR.w, Chapter Leaders Council Chair, Director, Real Estate Planning, Atrium Health

Board members continuing to serve:

Michelle Myer, MCR.w, SLCR, Chair, V.P. Americas Real Estate, Oracle Corporation

Gloria Mamwa, SLCR, MCR, DEI, Chair-Elect, Regional Head of Property, Africa & Middle East (AME), Standard Chartered Bank

David Chang, MCR, Treasurer, Global Head of Strategy, Corporate Real Estate, HSBC Global Services (Hong Kong) Limited

Michael P. Davidson, Governance Committee Chair, Managing Director, JP Morgan Chase

Alex Andel, Executive Managing Director, CBRE

Jeri Ballard, Executive Vice President, Real Estate, Business Service Centers and Corporate Travel, Royal Dutch Shell

Mark Nisbett, President & CEO, People, Places and Spaces, LLC

Jessica Pernicone, MCR, Managing Director, Solutions Development, JLL

Sathish Rajendren, MCR, SLCR, Executive Director & Head Facilities & Asset Management Services, Knight Frank (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Working Remotely 

A LinkedIn poll conducted by CoreNet Global in February found that 41%t of companies expect their employees to be in the office 2-4 days per week. 31% said that employees at their companies were fully remote; 12% said that their companies expected employees onsite one day of the wee; and 16% said that companies expected employees onsite five days/week.


CREW San Antonio

11 Women Elected to the 2022 Board of Directors

L-R (standing): Martha Hardy, Legal Liaison; Kristin Savage, Director of Charity and Community Outreach; Emily Brown, Director of Communications; Jennifer Soto, Director of Special Events; and Lisa Mochel, Director of Membership. L-R (sitting): Diane White, Treasurer; Dawn Vernon, Immediate Past President/UCREW Liaison; Laura Gilliland, President/ UCREW Liaison; Erin Salinas, President-Elect, and Giselle Crawford, Secretary. Not pictured: Brianna Covington, Director of Sponsorship.

IREM Austin

The Institute of Real Estate Management Austin Chapter (IREM Austin) announced its 2021 award recipients recognizing excellence in property management.

CPM® of the Year – Samantha Thornton, CPM®, Community Manager, Cortland

Awarded to a certified property manager (CPM®) who demonstrates commitment and leadership in advancing the real estate management industry and proven standards of integrity and ethics for the industry.

Member of the Year – Jessica Mathews, Senior Assistant Property Manager, Endeavor Real Estate Group

Awarded to an IREM Austin member who displays exemplary dedication and commitment to the organization and the real estate management industry.

Future Leader of the Year – Morgan White, Assistant Property Manager, Endeavor Real Estate Group

Awarded to an up-and-coming organization leader for outstanding enthusiasm and devotion towards professional advancement in the real estate management industry and within IREM Austin.

Industry Partner of the Year – Chris Covo, Vice President, PJS of Texas

Awarded to an IREM Austin Industry Partner program representative who demonstrates passion, commitment and devotion for the real estate management industry and the organization.

The Chapter’s 2022 Board of Directors

President: Samantha Shannon, CPM©, Senior Vice President ofProperty Management Market Lead for JLL.

Vice President: Kathleen Goddard, CPM©, General Manager with HPI Real Estate Management, Inc.

Treasurer: Genevieve Mulville, CPM©, Senior Property with Stream Realty Partners.

Secretary: Andrea Sanchez, Vice President and Head of Real Estate and Facilities for Dimensional Fund Advisors.

On January 19th, San Antonio BOMA awarded the 2021 Manager of the Year to Cheri Brittain, RPA, General Manager with Cushman & Wakefield. A property manager for 20 years, Cheri’ currently manages Frost Tower (460,000 sf) and previously managed the Renaissance Tower in Dallas (1.8 mil sf). She also received the C&W Impact Award in 2021. Also nominated were accomplished managers Britney Brantley, Joe Fraga, and Anjanette Hicks.

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