Seven CREW Network Members Recognized as 2017 Connect Media Women in Real Estate

Seven CREW Network Members Recognized as 2017 Connect Media Women in Real Estate

Lawrence, Kan., USA (Dec 19, 2017) – (RealEstateRama) — Seven CREW Network members, including 2017 Immediate Past President Laurie Baker and 2017 CREW Network Foundation Chair Jennifer Carey, have been recognized as 2017 Connect Media Women in Real Estate.

The women were among 40 individuals selected by Connect Media from more than 450 nominations based on their leadership, talent, drive and fresh ideas. Ten leaders were selected from the California, Texas and New York regions, plus 10 national winners outside of those areas.

The seven CREW Network members named winners of 2017 Connect Media Women in Real Estate Awards, listed with their companies and chapters, are

Laurie Baker
Camden Property Trust
CREW Houston

Sandy Benak, Granite Properties, CREW Houston

Sandy Benak
Granite Properties
CREW Houston

Jennifer Carey, JLC Environmental Consultants, CREW New York

Jennifer Carey
JLC Environmental Consultants
CREW New York

Barbara Crane, CCIM Institute, CREW San Antonio

Barbara Crane
CCIM Institute
CREW San Antonio

Susan Hill, HFF, CREW Houston

Susan Hill
HFF
CREW Houston

Beth Lambert, Cushman & Wakefield, CREW Dallas

Beth Lambert
Cushman & Wakefield
CREW Dallas

Sandra Yavitz, Yavitz Companies, CREW-LA

Sandra Yavitz
Yavitz Companies
CREW-LA

About CREW Network
CREW Network is the industry’s premier business networking organization dedicated to advancing the achievements of women in commercial real estate. CREW Network members comprise more than 10,000 professionals globally and represent nearly all disciplines of commercial real estate – every type of expert required to “do the deal.” Follow CREW Network on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Instagram, and visit CREW Network at www.crewnetwork.org.

Contact: Laura Lewis, CREW Network

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