invites members and the general public to its February 11th
breakfast program, Workplace Wellness: The Importance of Design, Operations and Leadership in Creating Healthy Spaces.
Health and Wellness is at the cutting edge of commercial real estate today. With the promise of healthier, happier and more productive employees, real estate investors and employers are taking notice of the potential ROI. Join CREW DC as we take a crosscutting look at wellness from three angles - design, operations, and leadership - and walk away with actionable steps you can implement at any level of your career. Panelists will share their experiences leading, designing and managing healthy workplaces as well as challenges faced and lessons learned.
Wendy Feldman Block, Senior Managing Director, Savills
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Leigh Stringer, Managing Principal, Workplace Strategy, EYP
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Rachel Gutter, President, International WELL Building Institute
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Registration is available through the CREW DC website at www.crewdc.org
. Reporters are invited to attend this luncheon meeting free of charge, space permitting, but must contact Karen Widmayer at 301-661-1448 or e-mail email@example.com
to register prior to the event.
About CREW DC
Founded in 1979, CREW DC promotes professional opportunities and business relationships for women in the commercial real estate industry. CREW DC, with approximately 550 members, is one of the largest chapters in North America. CREW Network is the national association for women in commercial real estate and represents over 12,000 women in commercial real estate in chapters across more than 75 markets in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. For more information, visit the CREW DC website at www.crewdc.org
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Workplace image courtesy FOX Architects/ Erin Kelleher Photography