The Importance of being mentored: A conversation with Goldie Wolfe Miller
By Jason West, SIOR President of the Chicago Chapter of SIOR and Executive Managing Director, Cushman & Wakefield
When she began her career more than 40 years ago, Goldie Wolfe Miller was one of few women working in commercial real estate in Chicago. Over the course of her career, she became the first female vice president of Arthur Rubloff & Company and later founded Goldie B. Wolfe & Company, which developed into the largest woman-owned commercial real estate company.
Today, she is not only the president of Millbrook Real Estate Services, but the driving force behind the Goldie B. Wolfe Miller Women Leaders in Real Estate, or the Goldie Initiative, a program designed to educate, encourage and promote women in Chicago’s real estate industry.
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from the SIOR Foundation
Chicago’s Lynn Reich Takes Home Millie Award at SIOR 2017 Spring World Conference in New Orleans
Washington, D.C.; May 9, 2017 – David Hagan, SIOR, CCIM and 2017 President of SIOR Foundation announced the 2017 recipient of The Millie Award is Lynn Reich, SIOR, CCIM, with Colliers International in Chicago. The award was presented at SIOR’s 2017 Spring Conference held in New Orleans the last week of April by Patricia Loveall, SIOR and the Immediate Past President of the SIOR Foundation.
Former Advisory Council President Collete English Dixon appointed Executive Director of MBIRE at Roosevelt University
from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, Wisconsin School of Business website
On March 31, a group of eight undergraduate and graduate level women from the Wisconsin Real Estate Program attended the third Annual Women in Real Estate Trip to Chicago. The daylong trip included a mix of touring the city and meeting with real estate professionals. This annual outing has become a great opportunity for women in the program to learn from female executives in real estate about what it takes to be successful in the male-dominated industry.
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