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Skolnik to Receive Luminary Recognition at CoreNet’s Virtual Summit | North America

Skolnik to be honored for insights on being a working mom.

In the commercial real-estate industry, working while raising children is not child’s play. There are many sacrifices and challenges parents face to achieve work/life balance.

Aliza Skolnik, Operations Director of ESD’s San Francisco office, discussed the topic “Harnessing the Superpowers of the Working CRE Mom (and Dad)” during the CoreNet North America Summit in Orange County last year. Her presentation was so successful – she captured the CoreNet Luminary Award for Excellence – that she will be honored at the Virtual Summit | North America Oct. 26-27.


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