Connect, Learn, Grow and Belong with CoreNet Oregon Chapter Young Leaders in 2019

CoreNet strives to raise the profile of corporate real estate and serve as the profession’s voice and thought leader. The non-profit organization represents more than 10,000 executives and has 47 local chapters around the world.

As a corporate real estate executive and occupier, you can expect to grow your professional connections, gain the tools to advance in your career and stay up to date on the latest industry trends with a CoreNet membership.

For the past two years, I’ve had the privilege of sitting on the CoreNet Oregon Chapter Young Leaders Committee. On the committee our goal is to foster your connections and professional career growth. We’re determined to do this by continuously providing valuable content, which is why we are so excited to launch our 2019 road map. It’s full of robust content curated by your peers.

Being involved personally, CoreNet has allowed me to stay aware of upcoming real estate trends, as well as develop a close network of friendships along the way. It’s my hope that it can do the same for you.

Join me for the following events in the coming year. 

Oregon CoreNet Schedule 2019

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