Items Tagged with 'Women of Influence'

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  • Is the next leader of the MBA likely to be female?

    Here's what's NEXT
    Here’s a thought bubble: Considering Spencer Stuart recently released a white paper vaunting the importance of female leadership, will we get to see a female at the head of our most important trade group? Considering the title — Solving the Disappearing Women Problem — the answer seems like a “yes."
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  • Email: An incubator for the untapped business network

    And why we created NEXT
    [Expert commentary] There’s something called the “Hollywood handshake.” It’s when someone shakes your hand, but instead of looking you in the eye, they scan the room to see if there’s anyone more important to speak to. (We don’t like those people.)
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  • From HW Magazine

    2017 Women of Influence: Leslie Appleton-Young

    SVP and Chief Economist at the California Association of Realtors
    Leslie Appleton-Young directs the strategic thinking for the California Association of Realtors, guiding the research and economics team as they collect primary data through survey research, multiple listing services, and other sources to analyze and interpret trends, and foster understanding of the economic and housing market landscape.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2017 Women of Influence: Min Alexander

    SVP, Real Estate Services at Altisource
    As senior vice president of real estate services for Altisource, Min Alexander manages a $6 billion residential real estate portfolio of more than 50,000 assets annually and plays a core role in Altisource’s growth plans. Alexander leads over 500 employees across business units in the U.S., Europe and Asia and oversaw the expansion of the Altisource national brokerage from 34 states in 2012 to 49 states plus Washington, D.C. in 2016.
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  • HousingWire's 2017 Women of Influence nominations are now open!

    It's our honor to recognize the most influential women in housing
    HousingWire is proud to announce that we are now accepting nominations for the 2017 Women of Influence, our opportunity to honor the housing industry’s most influential women leaders. Here is much more information on one of our favorite award programs.
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  • MBA takes focus on women in real estate finance to the next level

    "We struck a nerve and need that's out there"
    Women in real estate finance, a small but steadily growing group, now have a place online to go to strengthen their network and exchange ideas and information about the industry, answering increasing calls for such a platform within the market. What started out informally is turning into a full-fledged, formal initiative from the MBA. And just in time for MBA Annual in Boston next week.
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  • Meet HousingWire’s 2016 Women of Influence

    You deserve all the recognition
    Ranging from marketing and technology to economics and compliance, these ladies have all left an incredible impact in their fields, and they deserve to be recognized. As someone who gets to interview and speak with many of you, I would like to extend my deepest congratulations. You deserve all the recognition.
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  • Women of Influence 2016

    HousingWire recognizes the most influential women in housing
    Some of our 2016 award winners have worked their way up in traditional mortgage companies, while others started their own businesses. They have made their mark in marketing, technology, economics, compliance, asset management, operations and business development.
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  • Don't miss it: Women of Influence nominations close at midnight

    Recognizing the most influential women in housing
    The 40 women we recognized last year represent a broad cross-section of our industry. Our list included CEOs and CFOs, but also legal officers, sales directors and those in charge of business development. They work in lending, servicing, real estate and investing, but they all have one thing in common: excellence.
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