Building Women: Extraordinary Women in Architecture, Design, and Real Estate
Extraordinary Women in Architecture, Design, and Real Estate
February 23, 2016
6:30pm - 8:00 pm
116 East 55th Street
(between Park and Lexington)
panel discussion/ networking reception
Please join the Brown Club in New York and the Brown University Alumni in Real Estate Group (BREG) for a dynamic panel discussion featuring prominent architects, builders, developers and real estate professionals…all of whom are women and Brown Alumnae. Learn how these women chose their fields, built successful careers and navigated through professions often characterized as male-dominated. Hear compelling tales from this group of innovators, risk takers, game changers, and visionaries. The discussion will touch on the defining moments in their careers, their roles as mentors, and what these professionals hope to see in the future of the business of design and real estate.
Collectively, these women are responsible for groundbreaking projects and high profile deals including: Hudson Yards, The New Whitney Museum of American Art, Eataly, Tommy Bahamas flagship (New York), Big Brother Big Sister headquarters (Houston), Planned Parenthood, and more.
This event is designed to be highly interactive with audience participation.
Tei Carpenter '05- Principal at Agency-Agency, Adjunct Professor at Columbia University GSAPP, Visiting Lecturer at Brown University (Architectural Designer and Educator)
Charlotte Matthews '99 - Vice President-Sustainability; Related (Developer)
Barbara Pook '77 - Principal and Director of Project Management; Pook Diemont & Ohl, Inc. (Builder)
Diana Revkin '83- Managing Director and Associate Principal; TPG Architecture (Project Director)
Suzanne Sunshine '85 - President; S. Sunshine & Associates (Dealmaker)
Barbara Laskey Weinreich ’80 – Principal; MNA (Architect)
Open to all.
For additional information contact, K. Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brown University Alumni in Real Estate (BREG) is a group for alumni of Brown University working in the real estate industry and related fields.
While Brown University does not offer a formal graduate program in real estate, it does boast a long list of prominent alumni working in real estate including:
Ben Lambert of Eastdil Secured, Fred Cooper of Toll Brothers, Kate Ascher of BuroHappold, Robert McNamara of Lend Lease, Kent Swig of Swig Equities, City Commissioner Cheryl Cohen Effron, Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Capital, Josef Mittlemann of Empire Realty, Ralph Rosenberg of KKR, Katherine Farley of Tishman Speyer, Kate Hemmerdinger-Goodman of ATCO, Adam Flatto of Georgetown Company, Neil Jacob of Oxford Properties, William Taubman of Taubman Companies, and others.
(Hudson Yards, The New Whitney Museum, Tommy Bahama Marlin Bar, Big Brother Big Sisters, El Palacio De Hierro)