CREW Boston

Events Calendar

Upcoming Events

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    Community Connect: A Day of Service with Boston's CRE Industry

    Cradles to Crayons / The Giving Factory
    155 North Beacon Street, Brighton MA

    Public

    Come Together, Lend a Hand, Make a Difference for Cradles to Crayons!
 
Join Event Partners AAREP NE, BSA, CoreNet Global NE, CREW Boston, IFMA, MassEcon, NAIOP, SMPS, SWEP and ULI for Community Connect - A Day of Service with Boston's CRE Industry.

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    Master the Wine List and Golf Etiquette

    Flemings Prime Steakhouse
    217 Stuart Street, Boston MA 02116

    Public

    Join CREW Boston and Women on Course for a mix and mingle at one our favorite golf holes - without swinging a club. Learn wine tasting terminology to confidently order like a pro in any business or social setting!

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    How to Get Paid Fairly Throughout Your Career

    New England Development
    75 Park Plaza, Boston MA

    Public

    Join us for this highly engaging conversation with Evelyn Murphy to understand the gender wage gap issue, and how this problem translates into lost earnings for women.

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    Legacy Lunch Series - Kathryn Cochrane Murphy, Krokidas & Bluestein, LLP

    Krokidas & Bluestein LLP
    600 Atlantic Avenue, Boston MA

    Members Only

    CREW Boston is pleased to provide the opportunity for members to network in a small group setting hosted by CREW Boston Legacy members who are leaders in the real estate community.

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    Tour of the Northeastern University Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex

    Northeastern University
    805 Columbus Avenue, Boston MA

    Members Only

    Please join us for an evening members only tour of the new Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex at Northeastern University.

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    Boston Children's Hospital Tower Project - A conversation with Uma Ramanathan, Principal with Shepley Bulfinch

    Shepley Bulfinch
    2 Seaport Lane, Boston MA

    Members Only

    Boston Children's Hospital is undertaking the largest clinical building in its history; a new 11-story tower with 4 floors below grade on their Longwood Medical Campus. Join the Meds and Eds Group as we hear from Uma Ramanathan, Principal in Charge.

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    2017 Achievement Awards

    The Fairmont Copley Plaza
    138 Saint James Street, Boston MA 02116

    Public

    Please join us at CREW Boston’s 2017 Achievement Awards. Each year, CREW Boston is joined by the Greater Boston real estate community to celebrate the professional achievements and public service contributions of some it's most accomplished members.

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    Legacy Lunch Series - Margaret "Peggy" Briggs, Epsilon Associates, Inc.

    Robinson & Cole
    One Boston Place - 25th Floor, Boston, MA

    Members Only

    CREW Boston is pleased to provide the opportunity for members to network in a small group setting hosted by CREW Boston Legacy members who are leaders in the real estate community.

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    Women Winning in Business...and Beyond - CREW Boston's Annual Meeting & Luncheon Program

    Intercontinental Boston
    510 Atlantic Avenue, Boston

    Public

    Save the date for CREW Boston's Annual Meeting and June Luncheon Program with Molly Fletcher, a trailblazer in every sense of the word.

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Prior Events

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    Celebrate 35 years with CREW Boston

    Each year CREW Boston comes together to welcome our new members and to celebrate our legacy members, who include our longest-standing members and our past presidents.  This year, we were honored to have with us many of the founding members of our organization which gave us a chance to honor our beginnings, where we started, how far we have come and what our future looks like.  The over 100 members in attendance had a chance to hear from a couple of them and was inspired by their commitment to the promotion of women in the real estate industry and how it all began. 

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    CREW Network Leadership Summit, Los Angeles

    CREW Boston's President Elect Lisa Serafin and CREW Delegate Sophie Stein attended the 2017 CREW Network Winter Leadership Summit, which took place in Los Angeles on February 9-10. Over 250 CREW Network members from all over the country gathered to exchange their chapter experiences and participate in leadership training as well as to take advantage of many networking opportunities. Attendees also had an opportunity to meet new CREW Network CEO and CREW Network Foundation President Wendy Mann, who spoke at the Friday’s networking lunch. Please take a moment to learn more about Wendy and read the Winter Leadership Summit recap by clicking on links below.

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    Women of CREW Boston

    CREW Boston was excited to present a panel comprised of four CREW Boston Legacy members, Kathleen Ahern, Kathleen Joyce Kusiak, Laura Marshall and Joan Parsons, leaders in the real estate community. The panel was moderated by CREW Boston immediate past president, Leslie Cohen and there was time for attendees to ask questions and network. These amazing women participated in last year's Legacy Lunch Series, and we were delighted to have them together for an evening of candid discussion.
     

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    Ask the Accountant! CREW Boston Entrepreneur Exchange Lunch Meeting

    In February, the Entrepreneur Exchange was joined by Angela Parziale, CPA, MST, Shareholder with Walter & Shuffain, P.C. Certified Public Accountants & Business Advisors. Angela is an active CREW Boston member, past Board member and Treasurer, AND Achievement Award Winner! Just in time for tax prep season, Angela gave an overview of her role at Walter & Shuffain (WS) and their services, then fielded a wide range of questions from a diverse group of business owners and managers. She also provided a reference packet from WS for our use.  We discussed retirement plan options and defined benefit plans, health savings accounts and consortium plan opportunities.

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    CREW Boston Raffle to benefit the Elizabeth Stone House

    CREW Boston and the Community Involvement Committee hosted a raffle at the January 31st luncheon to support the Elizabeth Stone House. Attendees had an opportunity buy raffle tickets for a chance to win a $300 Visa Gift Card donated by Berkadia Commercial Mortgage. With the help and support of everyone in attendance at the luncheon, CREW Boston raised nearly $1,500 for the Elizabeth Stone House.

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    How Boston’s First BID is Innovating Downtown

    Rosemary Sansone, President of the Downtown Boston Business Improvement District, said her organization in its four years of existence the BID’s strength has been that it is “nimble, flexible,” and, “That’s been our greatest success – listening to people.” Sansone reviewed the success over four years of the BID, which is funded by an assessment on the businesses in the Downtown Crossing district. The budget of the organization is $6.7 million, spent about a third on keeping the neighborhood clean and about a fifth programs and hospitality.

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    Project Spotlight Tour of 888 Boylston

    CREW Boston members had the opportunity to tour 888 Boylston Street, which is deemed the most sustainable building in Boston. Members enjoyed a video highlighting some of the key features of the building before Dave Stewart and Mark Denman took them on a guided tour of one of the unfinished floors to see the open floorplan and then down to another floor, which had an outside terrace overlooking Boylston Street.

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    2017 Mentor Program Kick-Off Luncheon

    The Mentor Program had a very successful kick off lunch on January 12th at KeyBank Real Estate Capital with over 30 participants from the program in attendance.  This year’s Program is comprised of 58 members, including Peer to Peer and Mentee to Mentor pairs. pairs and asking everyone to introduce themselves to the group. After introductions and learning about suggestions for a successful experience, the mentors and mentees broke out into pairs to formalize their match and discuss logistics, as well as, what the mentee are looking to accomplish to begin a productive and rewarding mentorship relationship.

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    SMART Goals Workshop - Proactive Planning

    In January, members of the Entrepreneur Exchange met to discuss goals for 2017. By breaking into small groups, stating a goal out loud, and putting it on paper, members got a kick start and plenty of feedback from peers in the room. 

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    How To Improve Your Client Retention Odds

    It’s not enough to have satisfied clients – we need to have enthusiastic clients! The Exchange Group had a great discussion on targeting new clients, building relationships, maintaining good clients, (and firing the "C-list" clients) with Lauren Stakutis of Strategic Adrenaline at our December meeting. 

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    Holiday Gift Wrapping Party to benefit the Carolina Hill Shelter

    Each year during the holiday season, CREW Boston members donate and wrap presents for the residents of a local homeless shelter.  This year, members gathered to wrap gifts at a Wrapping Party on December 14th at the offices of Colliers International hosted by the Community Involvement Committee.  In total, CREW Boston members donated and wrapped presents for 17 families including 21 children and 20 adults at the Carolina Hill Shelter in Marshfield.  The Holiday Wrapping party provided CREW Boston members with an opportunity to give back to the community and to network with fellow members during the holiday season.

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    Planning for Boston’s Future Leading up to 2030

    CREW Boston’s November luncheon at Mandarin Oriental Boston focused on the City’s planning efforts leading into 2030 and beyond. The event centered around the question of who we want to be as a city in 15 years and how these planning efforts can help us to get there. The event kicked off with an overview of Imagine Boston 2030, the City’s planning initiative which is working to define a vision for Boston leading up to its 400th birthday and beyond and provide a roadmap to realize that vision. As Boston’s first citywide plan in 50 years, Imagine Boston 2030 will create a framework to preserve and enhance Boston while embracing growth as a means to address our challenges and make the city stronger and more inclusive.

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    Conversation & Coffee with Deb Poodry, Senior Advisor, Capital & Space Planning, Facilities Management, UMass Lowell

    CREW Boston's Meds and Eds Group hosted a Conversation and Coffee with Deb Poodry, Senior Advisor, Capital & Space Planning, Facilities Management, UMass Lowell on November 9th.  Deb shared the many advances that have been taking place at UMass Lowell that led to a significant change in University ranking, reputation, enrollment  and campus development.  Our members gleaned insights into how an institution successfully navigates major change when the majority of projects are undertaken in one sweep.  UMass Lowell's progress and achievements are stunning.

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    4th Annual Holiday Shop for a Cause

    CREW Boston's Community Involvement Committee hosted the fourth annual Holiday Shop for a Cause event to benefit the Elizabeth Stone House, an organization that serves homeless and at-risk families and individuals who have experienced domestic violence, substance abuse, and mental illness. CREW attendees and their guests enjoyed delicious appetizers and drinks while shopping the wares of vendors with a treasure trove of goods for the mind, body and soul, including unique jewelry, handmade knits, delicious jams and savory spreads, hand crafted signs, wine totes and even repurposed metal products!  Most importantly, the event raised over $2,000 which will be used for Elizabeth Stone House's summer camp program for the children they served.

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    Catalytic Development: Real Estate and the Kendall Square Effect

    CREW Boston’s October luncheon at Boston’s InterContinental focused on the future of Kendall Square, the most innovative square mile in the world, with its dense cluster of life science, technology and education sectors thriving off of each other. Our panel included Bob Coughlin, president and CEO of MassBio; Tom Andrews, executive vice president of Alexandria Real Estate Equities; Bill Kane, senior vice president of BioMed Realty; Michael Owu, director at MIT Investment Management Co.; and Michael Cantalupa, senior vice president of Boston Properties.  Tina Cassidy, executive vice president and chief content officer at InkHouse served as moderator.

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    Women Winning in Business...and Beyond - CREW Boston's Annual Meeting & Luncheon Program

    Save the date for CREW Boston's Annual Meeting and June Luncheon Program with Molly Fletcher, a trailblazer in every sense of the word.

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