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Audit / Finance Committee
The audit committee is charged with serving as the oversight committee for NAIOP San Francisco, reviewing financial records and the budget and serving as a checks and balances for the Chapter.
Chair: Dick Morisky — Dorband & Schneider, LLP
The Bylaws Committee monitors the operations of the organization to ensure consistency with the bylaws and when necessary, may be charged with proposing changes to the bylaws.
Chair: Russ Cooper — Shorenstein
Developing Leaders Committee
The Developing Leaders Program offers access to tools, networking and resources to NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter members who are 35 years old or younger for the purpose of gaining a competitive edge in the commercial real estate industry. To participate, you must be a member of the NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter. 136 members currently participate in this program. The Developing Leaders Committee is responsible for developing programs and services to meet the needs of this group of members.
Chair: Colby Wick — Shorenstein Properties
Legislative Action Committee
The legislative action committee is responsible for educating members on “good” and “bad” pending legislation, proactively educating legislators on issues affecting our industry and maintaining a link with our lobbying “voice in Sacramento,” California Business Properties Association. One of the most important benefits to our membership is the local, state and national efforts of NAIOP to positively influence legislative policy as well as to keep our members informed of the issues that continually confront our industry.
Chair: Phil Wang — Rimon
Marketing / Communications Committee
The Marketing Committee is responsible for implementing the Chapter’s Marketing Plan.
Co-Chair: Pedro Marques — DivcoWest
Co-Chair: Cori English — CBRE
The membership committee is responsible for proactively identifying new member prospects, tracking and reporting membership results to the board, welcoming new members and assisting in coordinating“ member only” events.
Co-Chair: Dan Poritzky – Local Development Group
Co-Chair: Rebecca Perlmutter — CBRE
The program committee is responsible for planning and overseeing all chapter programs, including special events such as the annual Cal/Stanford Real Estate Challenge, Awards Banquet and Golf Tournament. The Chapter presents more than one dozen events each year, including educational programs on topical issues, and social and networking events.
Co-Chair: Jordan Angel — HFF
Co-Chair: Jay Atkinson — Paceline Investors
The sponsorship committee is responsible for inviting sponsors to participate with our chapter and to serve as the liaison with these valued participants throughout the year to make certain that our sponsors capture all of the benefits and “special treatment” to which they are entitled. Our sponsor support has grown significantly in the last two years as have our sponsor benefits and our committee continues to “tailor” sponsorship opportunities to the desires of our many sponsors.
Co-Chair: Adam Lasoff —Cushman & Wakefield
Co-Chair: Erik Hanson—Jones Lang LaSalle
Young Professionals Group (YPG) Committee
As part of the Chapter’s offering, the chapter has developed the Young Professionals Group (YPG), an education, networking and leadership program. This committee is responsible for curriculum development and selection of participants for this program.
Chair: Scott Pertel — HFF
Advisor: Kevin Saavedra
Young Professionals Alumni Group
Co-Chair: Megan Woodring — CBRE
Co-Chair: Danny Reddin —Merlone Geier Partners
YPG Alumni Sub-Committee Chairs
Sarah Carroll — Wells Fargo Bank, Recruitment & Curriculum
Joey Feldman — Hudson Pacific Properties, Behind the Scenes
Danny Reddin — HFF, Social & Community Outreach
Matt Field —TMG Partners
Gordon Hess — Ellis Partners LLC
Lauren Pressman — Hillspire LLC
Awais Mughal — Harvest Properties, Inc.
Dennis Williams — Northmarq Capital