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CREW-San Francisco Names Skolnik to Leadership Position

The San Francisco Chapter of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Network recently appointed ESD Practice Leader Aliza Skolnik to its influential Sponsorship Team as vice chair.

Skolnik will be helping the organization with its outreach program to connect with prospective sponsors to secure funding commitments, maintain relationships, and meet the needs of existing sponsors. As vice chair, Skolnik will be coordinating activities that go well beyond “the ask” for maintaining CREW-SF’s annual budget and revenue, which is primarily funded with sponsor support.

CREW Network was founded in 1989 to join women involved in various aspects of commercial real estate to develop business contacts, exchange information, and help each other succeed. The organization currently has over 12,000 members worldwide working to transform the commercial real estate industry by advancing women globally.

Aliza Skolnik is an active member of various professional organizations, freely sharing her professional knowledge and expertise while also demonstrating her commitment to ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

Reach out to Aliza for information about networking opportunities for women or to answer any questions you have regarding sustainable solutions and healthy environments for facilities.

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