Adeola Adejobi is the Founder and CEO of Diversity in Commercial Real Estate (DCRE), the nation’s leading conference for professionals of color in commercial real estate.
DCRE hosts the largest conference in the U.S. that focuses on diversity, equity and inclusion in commercial real estate. The national DCRE community includes 4,000+ professionals, entrepreneurs and developers.
Annually, DCRE facilitates masterclasses, training, workshops, networking, real estate tours and career opportunities supported by corporate partners committed to closing racial equity gaps in commercial real estate.
This year, DCRE will host its 4th annual conference from July 28-31, 2022.
Attendees will participate in four days of dealmaking, keynotes, masterclasses, panels, recruiting and networking at Columbia University.
“This conference is about leveling the playing field, working with the right partners who are dedicated to diversity and connecting them to talent and entrepreneurs”, says Adejobi. “DCRE creates a space on a national level to help bridge the wide diversity gap in commercial real estate. Our conference is known to help attendees find career opportunities, business partners, and secure capital for their deals. We are committed to increasing our results and impact, year after year.”
Key industry leaders participating in this year’s conference include: Tammy K. Jones, CEO and Founder of Basis Investment Group, H. Jerome Russell, President of H. J. Russell & Company and Russell New Urban Development, LLC, Dr. Gina Merritt, Principal at Northern Real Estate Urban Ventures, LLC, Buwa Binitie, Managing Principal at Dantes Partners, Warner Walker, Director of Global Store Development at Starbucks, Yarojin Robinson, Managing Director of Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group (UIG) at Goldman Sachs, Ola Oyinsan Hixon, Executive Director and Assistant Portfolio Manager at PGIM Real Estate.
Register at http://diversitycrec.com. Sponsors and recruiters may contact email@example.com to learn more. Follow DCRE on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter.