Media Advisory: USC Price School - Women in Real Estate Luncheon
The luncheon will explore the challenges faced by women entering real estate professions and hear from industry leaders who have overcome those challenges. The event will also allow real estate students and professionals to network and explore ways to further grow opportunities for women in real estate development.
Representatives from the Sol Price School of Public Policy will also provide media with data on job placements and salaries for the school's graduates.
WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017
11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
WHERE: University of Southern California – Town and Gown
665 Exposition Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90089
ABOUT: Attendees will have an opportunity to network and learn from top women in real estate, as they share their insights on the USC BRED and MRED programs and industry careers.
- Richard Green, chair of the Department of Policy Analysis and Real Estate and director of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate (https://lusk.usc.edu/
· Clare De Briere, (MRED 1997), founder of C+C Ventures (http://www.cpluscventures.com/
· Lindsay Garcia (BS PMPL 2011), assistant vice president, U.S. Bank (https://www.usbank.com/
· Jennifer McElyea (MRED 2006), managing director, Watt Investment Partners (http://www.watt-
· Rose Olson (MRED 2006), senior vice president, development, Related California (http://www.relatedcalifornia.com/)
· Jessica Palmquist (BS PMPL 2010), senior acquisitions analyst, Clarion Partners (https://www.clarionpartners.com/
RSVP: Attendees may register athttps://www.eventbrite.com (https://www.eventbrite.com/
MEDIA: Reporters may RSVP to Kent Barrett (firstname.lastname@example.org)
About the USC Price School of Public Policy
The mission of the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy is to improve the quality of life for people and their communities, here and abroad. Through its interdisciplinary approach, the school educates students to serve as innovators – and leaders – in their field. The school's degree programs draw on the expertise of faculty and practicing professionals to create a learning environment whose breadth and depth sets the Price School apart from all schools of its kind. In 2012, the school ranked sixth nationwide among "America's Best Graduate Schools" for public affairs, according to U.S. News & World Report.
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