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Cynthia Gibson Murphy joins Adjuct Faculty at Roger Williams University

by Cynthia Gibson Murphy, Margulies Perruzzi Architects
Margulies Perruzzi Architects is pleased to announce that Associate Partner Cynthia Gibson Murphy has joined the adjunct faculty at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. This fall she will be teaching to both graduate and undergraduate architecture students in the School of Architecture, Art, and Historic Preservation. Her classes include Professional Practice and Computer Applications in Professional Practice. Cyndy’s natural skill as a teacher and mentor is evident in the number of staff she has helped develop over the years. She has been one of MPA’s driving forces in ensuring the firm-wide usage of the most current software for both design and construction management, making her uniquely suited to instruct these classes. Cyndy is a 2003 graduate from Roger Williams University, and was one of the first to graduate from the Masters of Architecture program when it was founded. We are excited for her to share her skills and knowledge with her alma-mater.

Lisa Serafin will be a guest speaker at the REBA Women's Networking Group

by Lisa Serafin, Redgate
Lisa Serafin, Principal with Redgate will be a guest speaker at the REBA Women's Networking Group's Market Overview of Residential and Commercial Real Estate in Greater Boston in the evening on Thursday, September 20th

Karen Hurd, CCIM and Senior Vice President of SVN International Corp. in Boston will serve as the 2019 President of the New England CCIM Chapter starting on Jan. 1

by Karen Hurd, SVN International Corp.
Karen Hurd, CCIM and Senior Vice President of SVN International Corp. in Boston will serve as the 2019 President of the New England CCIM Chapter starting on Jan. 1, 2019. Karen has been actively involved with the CCIM Institute on a national and local level for the past 8 years and earned her pin in March 2018. She uses her 25 years of industry experience to help build and protect enterprise value of a long list of entrusted clients. As part of SVN’s leadership team, Karen plays a vital role in SVN’s brand development and strategic growth as they continue to expand in New England and globally. “I am appreciative of the opportunity to lend my talents and skills to help advance the New England CCIM Chapter and its members. I intend to expand CCIM’s educational outreach and collaboration to NAR, IREM, SIOR, CREW Network and other industry organizations.”

Kerry Hurley has joined Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster as the new executive director

by Kerry Hurley, Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster
Boston law firm Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster announces that Kerry A. Hurley has joined the firm as the new executive director. With 20 years of real estate industry experience, Hurley has handled a wide range of property management matters during her career, including contract negotiation, building management, and financial reporting. Previously, she served as general manager for Boston-based Oxford Properties.

Pinck & Co. Expands its Development Consulting Team

by Jennifer Pinck , Pinck & Co., Inc.
Pinck & Co. Inc., a Boston-based comprehensive real estate development and project management services firm, has announced it has expanded its development consulting team. New hires are Lisa Kozol of North Andover, director of development consulting; Andrew Weesner of South Boston, senior project manager; and Caitlin Robillard of Brookline, project manager. Kozol brings to the firm 20 years of experience in the private and public sectors, real estate development and management, project and real estate asset management, and securing a wide variety of complex financing sources. Weesner brings 18 years of analytical development experience in assessing and identifying opportunities for clients’ financial goals and strategy. Robillard has 10 years of experience in project and program management, strategic planning, and oversight of multimillion dollar budgets.

Epsilon is Pleased to Congratulate Managing Principal Peggy Briggs on Being Selected a WBJ 2017 Outstanding Women in Business

by Margaret Briggs, Epsilon Associates
Epsilon is pleased to announce that Managing Principal Peggy Briggs was selected by the Worcester Business Journal as a 2017 Outstanding Women in Business. Outstanding Women in Business winners are selected on their achievements and impact on the community. Peggy has done this in her own way and as such is being recognized for her achievements in and out of the work place. Peggy has been instrumental in growing Epsilon from a company that started with just 7 partners 20 years ago to a 53-employee firm grossing about $12 million annually. With an extensive track record of successfully assisting clients through the regulatory processes combined with her interest in mentoring other women in the field, Peggy is well deserving of this recognition. Find out more about this award and meet each of the outstanding women by visiting the WBJ website at http://www.wbjournal.com/article/20171030/PRINTEDITION/310279996/1002.

Celebrating 30 years of change

by Sandra Gucciardi, MovePlan
The MovePlan Group is celebrating 30 years of change. The journey is charted below. Emerging from an entrepreneurial idea at a London kitchen table, our business has grown to serve clients in over 30 countries across six continents, whilst retaining the same passion and personal level of service since the beginning. Our practices continue to evolve in line with rapidly changing workplace conditions. As our growth continues, we remain committed to ensuring best practice in change and relocation management.

Forbes 40 Women to Watch Over 40 2017

by Lauren D. Armstrong, MassDOT and MBTA
The fifth annual Forty Women to Watch Over 40 list celebrates women who are disrupting industries, starting businesses and creating new pathways to breakdown the systemic barriers that drive women to opt out of the workforce or miss the C-suite altogether. The award is consistent with the CREW Boston and CREW Network focus this year on disruption. The winners of this award were selected based on a rigorous application and judging process that evaluated there criteria - one of those criteria was described as "Reinvention/Momentum: Is she engaged in personal disruption, taking on new challenges and harnessing the power of past experiences to create energy to propel herself and others to new achievements."

Caitlin Bevis, MAI Founds Valuation and Consulting Group, Breakpoint Advisors

by Caitlin Bevis, MAI, Breakpoint Advisors, LLC
Caitlin Bevis is excited to announce the launch of Breakpoint Advisors, an independent, impartial, valuation and consulting company serving the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions of the U.S. Breakpoint Advisors appraises all primary property types, predominantly for institutional clients and lending institutions. Specialties include the appraisal of complex mixed-use assets, divided property rights, and development/redevelopment projects. Breakpoint also provides commercial real estate advisory services. http://breakpointadvisors.com/

Constructech 2017 Woman in Construction

by Pam Fisher, Construction Coordinators, Inc.
PAM FISHER, Senior Vice President at Construction Coordinators, Inc. named Constructech 2017 Woman in Construction! Construction has seen many changes in recent years, and with that comes the rise of women who are leveraging technology to take the industry in new directions. The Women in Construction award honors women in the industry who have gone above and beyond to transform work on the jobsite and in the office, through the use of technology. Pam was selected with a diverse group of women breaking ground on new processes to improve productivity and efficiency at the jobsite, while opening doors for more women entering the space. Submissions were made to the editorial staff at Constructech magazine who chose the most successful women working within the construction community who are taking advantage of technology and represent some of the most innovative construction companies in the country.
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