Disruption in Real Estate Speaker Series

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School presents “Disruption in Real Estate.”

This three-part series is focused on current challenges, uncertainties, or innovations in the real estate industry. Dean Alex Triantis will facilitate each event featuring distinguished Carey alumni.

Upcoming speakers

Kunkun Callaghan

Kunkun Callaghan

Senior Vice President – Enterprise Business Technology Officer, Freddie Mac

Kunkun Callaghan is Senior Vice President of the Enterprise Business Technology Office at Freddie Mac. She leads Freddie Mac’s enterprise Agile transformation program, Modern Delivery, which is changing the way Freddie Mac teams work together to build and deliver capabilities and products.

Callaghan also drives the enterprise-wide Corporate Technologies and Development Factory and was named one of STEMConnector’s “100 Corporate Women Leaders in STEM.” She will discuss the role of the secondary mortgage market in housing finance and navigating the “new normal” of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join us on December 10

Michael Grazino

Michael Graziano

Co-Head of Global Real Estate Investment Banking, Goldman Sachs & Co.

Michael Graziano is co-head of the Global Real Estate Investment Banking for Goldman Sachs & Co. and serves as a strategic advisor to a number of private and publicly traded real estate companies with regard to mergers and acquisitions, capital raising, and general corporate finance matters.

He is also a member of the Investment Banking Division Executive Committee and a member of the Carey Business School’s Real Estate Advisory Board. Grazino will discuss the impact of the pandemic on commercial real estate.

Join us on February 17

Lynn Hackney

Lynn Hackney

Principal, Community Three

Lynn Hackney leads Community Three’s acquisition, capital, and market research teams. She leverages her development and investment experience in urban condominium, multifamily, mixed-use, and townhome developments.

Since 2007, her firm Allyson Capital has managed real estate efforts with an average asset valuation of $50M primarily concentrated in Washington, D.C. with other investments in New York and Miami. Allyson Capital was acquired in 2018 as the financing arm of Community Three. Hackney will discuss opportunities and challenges of pandemic through the perspective of a female entrepreneur.

Join us on March 24