CoreNet Global NYC announced this year’s chapter goals, with a focus on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I). The board is placing a distinct emphasis on increasing the value proposition for all CoreNet members. The organization plans to continue to diversify the chapter’s content, delivery and member involvement to ensure there are opportunities and platforms for the membership in underrepresented industries and emerging commercial real estate roles.
“This year, we are well poised for our continued, exciting resurgence of leading in-person events and our chapter leadership is workshopping new and exciting ways to engage the larger New York industry,” said Mindy Williams-McElearney, director of Turner & Townsend and vice president of the New York City chapter of CoreNet Global. “From attracting a broader range of career levels and creating new volunteering and special interest groups to spearheading new programs and workshops, our chapter is ready to launch the novel ideas we have been planning over the past year. Together, we will continue to evolve and transform both our chapter and New York City in groundbreaking ways.”
While the past few years have undoubtedly been challenging for New York City’s commercial real estate sector and given the uncertainty of today’s economy, it is now more critical than ever to come together as a collective to bolster the corporate real estate community, the organization said.