Berman lecture series

The Allan L. Berman Lecture explores issues impacting the real estate industry and related fields. The annual lecture honors the Berman family for their generosity and dedication to higher education and devotion to community. Allan L. Berman was a Baltimore-based real estate entrepreneur and diamond merchant, possessing a keen interest in real estate along with an intuitive talent for recognizing development opportunities.  

Upcoming Events:

Women in Real Estate:

Elizabeth Cotter
Jade Dai
Eleanor Tessier MSRE ’97 Chief Credit Officer CIT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Cotter, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets at JBG SMITH
Jade Dai, Chief Financial Officer and Co-Founder of GL Capital
Eleanor Tessier, Chief Credit Officer, Real Estate Finance at CIT Bank

Thursday, March 24, 2022 | 5:00-5:45 p.m. EST Learn More and Register Now

Join us in celebrating Women's History Month with a virtual edition of our Berman lecture, presenting a panel of women in real estate. This conversation will address technological innovations in the industry, adapting to a post-pandemic real estate market, and navigating being a woman leader in the male-dominated commercial real estate space, in conversation with Elizabeth Cotter, Jade Dai, and Eleanor Tessier.

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Past speakers:

DAVID LEE 

David Lee, CFA is portfolio manager in the Equity Division of T. Rowe Price, and president of T. Rowe Price Real Estate Fund. Lee also serves on the school’s Real Estate Advisory Board, began his career as an engineer at IBM. 

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TOBY BOZZUTO 

Toby Bozzuto is president and CEO of the Bozzuto Group, a diversified, independently-operated family business real estate company celebrated for our developments, construction, property management and homebuilding. 

PARRIS GLENDENING 

Parris Glendening served as Governor of the State of Maryland from 1995 to 2003. Glendening currently serves as president of Smart Growth America’s Leadership Institute and is an adjunct faculty member at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.