CREW Boston

Events Calendar



Based on the Governor’s State of Emergency, and other recommendations, the decision has been made that all in-person CREW Boston events will be postponed until further notice due to concerns over COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
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Upcoming Events

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    Moving Forward – Conversations on Evolving Construction Sites and Workplace Changes

    Zoom
    Boston MA

    Members Only

    ​Join our panel from the CREW Development Project Management Group as we discuss the changes they are seeing on site and the implementation of new processes and innovations with the start of phase 1 of the state’s reopening plan.

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    Coffee with CREW - CREW Network Has a LATTE to Offer...Find out How to Make it Work for You!

    Zoom
    Boston MA

    Members Only

    Join our CREW Network Delegate Karen Hurd for a virtual meet up to discuss ways to leverage your CREW Network membership. CREW Network Has a LATTE to Offer...Find out How to Make it Work for You!

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    CREW Boston Annual Meeting

    Zoom (details emailed out morning of the meeting)
    Boston MA

    Public

    Join CREW Boston for our 2019-2020 virtual Annual Meeting as we hear from Alison Levine on her insight on how to navigate these uncertain times, just as she had to navigate her trip across the Antarctic and Mount Everest.

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Prior Events

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    Personal Financial Wellness & Education

    The Rising Leaders were fortunate to have Tracy Welch, Vice President and Investment Counselor and Laura Godine, Vice President and Director of Wealth Management from Eaton Vance educate our group on personal finance.  Tracy spoke on topics of active vs. passive investing, compound interest, asset allocation, as well as retirement planning.  For the second part of the evening, Laura stressed the importance of wealth planning through health care proxies, powers of attorneys, wills, trust, §529 plans and charitable planning.  Tracy and Laura provided clear guidelines and examples that left attendees with the knowledge and inspiration to better prepare themselves financially.  This was the second annual collaboration with WWIRE (Wellness for Women in Real Estate) and keeping with the theme of health and wellness, nutritious refreshments were graciously provided by Eastdil Secured and Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company – National Commercial Services.
     

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    Carbon-Neutral Boston 2050: How will Commercial Real Estate Respond?

    Members attended the Public Strategies Committee’s January 2020 breakfast to hear about the Boston newly released Climate Action Plan 2019 Update with ambitious strategies to put Boston on track to meet the City’s goal to be carbon neutral by 2050.   Alison Brizius, Director of Climate and Environmental Planning for the City of Boston described the action plan and the strategies proposed, especially those that involve commercial real estate such as building planning, design and operations. It was a lively event with the attendees asking questions and contributing to the discussion through the presentation.

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    2020 Outlook: The Changes to Come in the Year and Decade Ahead

    At January's luncheon, Ben Breslau, Chief Research Officer, Americas of JLL spoke about big themes impacting the commercial real estate industry in the next decade.  

    Some pearls of wisdom from Ben: 1.) Organizational agility will be a critical factor to getting ahead of the competition. 2.) Investors are increasingly concerned with the environmental and societal impact of their investing. 3.) Elements that maximize human performance and engagement (lighting, acoustics, air quality, etc.) are becoming a differentiating factor in attracting the next tenant or employee.

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    2020 Mentor Program Kick-Off Luncheon

    The Mentor Program had a very successful kick off lunch at JLL’s Offices This year’s Program is comprised of 32 members, including Peer to Peer and Mentee to Mentor pairs.  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 mentees are looking to accomplish to begin a productive and rewarding mentorship relationship.

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    Managing Wellness & Stress in the New Year

    Have you had your Vinegar Tonic or Golden Milk today? Done your walking or metta meditation? In January, the CREW Boston Entrepreneur Exchange had a really fun and interesting conversation on our own wellness tips and tricks. Unfortunately, it seems some things may only be made easier by young children growing more self-sufficient, but I certainly left with some new strategies. From meditation apps to yoga retreats, dog-walking to aerial yoga, we covered a lot of ground, recipes, and products. New Year, New You, New Shopping List?
     

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    Creative Placemaking: Changing the Ways We Activate Communities

    In November CREW Boston hosted a luncheon panel discussion about one of the industry’s favorite buzzwords: placemaking. The panel, which was moderated by Tara Piurko, a real estate partner at Toronto-based Miller Thomson and former CREW Network President, featured Jesse Brackenbury, Executive Director of The Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston; Russell Preston, Founder and Director of Principle Group, a planning, design, and development firm; Al Wilson, Founder and CEO of Beyond Walls in Lynn; and Laura Christopher, Real Estate Innovation Officer at MassDevelopment, explained what placemaking is, what it is not, and why real estate developers in the private sector should consider investing in placemaking to create successful, sustainable, and thriving projects and communities.

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    Kendall Square Development Update and Hard Hat Walking Tour

    The CREW Development Project Management Group held a successful Hard Hat tour of Kendall Square on October 10th. The evening started with presentations from Maureen McCaffrey of MITIMCo, Melissa Schrock of Boston Properties and Michelle Lower of Alexandria Real Estate. Participants were able to hear about the development projects which are transforming the Kendall Square area. Project team members including Architects, Engineers, Contractors and Project Managers then led a hard hat tour of MITIMCo's SOMA development and Boston Properties' Akamai Headquarters.

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    A Conversation with Lisa Wieland, Massachusetts Port Authority’s CEO

    On October 3rd at the Fairmont Copley,  Lisa Wieland, Massport’s new CEO spoke to an engaged audience to hear about her role and upcoming initiatives.  It ended with a fireside chat with CREW Boston President, Jill Sharif.
    As Lisa stepped into her role this past August, her goals are to enhance the customer experience, maintain strong business relationships and optimize best practices for the organization.

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    Tour of Harvard University’s Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center

    On July 25th, Harvard’s Director of Capital Projects, Shirin Karanfiloglu, Director of Common Spaces, Julie Crites, and Program Coordinator for Common Spaces, Tracey Daley, led a group of CREW members around Harvard’s new Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center.  Shirin, Julie and Tracey shared details about the history of the original building, Harvard’s vision for creating a center of campus that is also open to the public, and the constraints of performing the renovation while the building was occupied.  A few of our CREW members had worked on the project and shared their own insights into aspects of the design and the selection of furniture.

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    How Climate Change is Transforming the Waterfront

    CREW Boston members and guests enjoyed an evening in July for a boat tour of the Boston Harbor, the culmination of our year-long series of events discussing climate change and its impact on the commercial real estate industry. Panelists will discussed the unique features of Boston’s coastline and how that has informed and transformed a diverse array of projects and initiatives from Spaulding Rehab, to Clippership Wharf, to the previously proposed Boston Harbor barriers.

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    Resilient Boston Harbor

    The Sustainability Group hosted a brown bag lunch on July 11 to hear Richard McGuinness, Deputy Director for Climate Change and Environmental Planning at the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) discuss the City of Boston’s planning for the short and long term impacts of climate change and sea level rise. 

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    Committee Thank You Party

    As a thank you to our Committee members for their dedication and hard work, we invited them to a cocktail reception at Tishman Speyer’s Studio, a new concept in co-working space that just opened in the heart of the Financial District. Along with great networking, food, and wine, members were entered into a raffle for some amazing giveaways to show our appreciation. Attendees were able to tour the unique space and hear what makes Studio different from other co-working spaces. 

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    Adapting Urban Environments to Rising Seas

    On June 18th, CREW Boston’s Sustainability Group hosted an event on “Adapting Urban Environments to Rising Seas”.  Jill Allen Dixon and Laura Marett from Sasaki discussed planning for resilience in Boston, including highlights of Sasaki’s work as a part of the citywide Climate Ready Boston consultant team, and in other cities.

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    On the Edge: The Art of High-Impact Leadership

    At CREW Boston's Annual Meeting & June Luncheon at the Mandarin Oriental, we heard from Alison Levine, author of the New York Times Bestseller, “On the Edge” and Team Captain for the first American women’s Everest expedition in 2002. Alison spoke at the CREW Network National Convention and we were excited to bring her pieces of leadership advice to our Boston Chapter. 

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    Walking Tour of the "Point" in Salem

    On June 12th, members joined Mickey Northcutt, founder and CEO of the North Shore Community Development Coalition, Inc. (NSCDC) for a walking tour of the “Point” neighborhood of Salem, highlighting the placemaking efforts of the Punto Art Museum hosted by the Housing & Community Development Committee​.

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    CREW Boston Annual Meeting

    Join CREW Boston for our 2019-2020 virtual Annual Meeting as we hear from Alison Levine on her insight on how to navigate these uncertain times, just as she had to navigate her trip across the Antarctic and Mount Everest.

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