Role Model Friday
Friday, March 7, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Mason MS in Real Estate Development
in conjunction with the MRED Student Association
Role Model Friday
food drink camaraderie networking
Friday, March 7, 2014
American Tap Room
5 p.m - 7 p.m.
Join us for this new monthly event for students and alumni of the Mason MS in Real Estate Development (MRED) program. On the first Friday of every month throughout 2014, we will be hosting a casual happy hour session offering MRED students and alumni an opportunity to interact with successful real estate professionals in an intimate setting conducive to mentoring and networking.
Each Role Model Friday will begin with a short presentation from two real estate practitioners who will discuss lessons learned along their career paths--how they got their first job, what they do and what skills are most important to success.
After questions and discussion from you, the audience, we'll adjourn to a private bar area for a sponsored light buffet. (Your first drink is on us.)
Limited to first 25 registrants; open to Mason MRED students and alumni only.
FREE, but you must register.
Role Model Friday guest presenters for March 7:
Matt Cheney, Residential Sales (Washington, DC)
Matt is a real estate broker (DC, MD, & VA) who has closed $260M in new construction homes since 2003. He has won 7 sales awards from NVBIA – MNCBIA and is currently the Sales Director of the $45M luxury townhome development of Foxhall Ridge in the Palisades.
Previously Matt was a lead agent on the sales teams that sold $439M in condominiums in the developments of 1441 RIA, City Vista K, City Vista L, Cityline at Tenley, Cooper Lewis, Gallery at White Flint Place East, Gallery at White Flint Place West, Lincoln Park Terrace, Langston Lofts, Lionsgate, Lofts 14, Lofts 14 Two, Park Potomac Place, Sterling at the Metro, and Ten Ten Mass. These communities are located in the 14th Street, Bethesda, Capitol Hill, East End, Logan Circle, Mt. Vernon Triangle, Potomac, Tenleytown, and White Flint sub-markets of Washington. He holds a MS in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University.
Will Tees, Associate, PNC Realty Investors (Washington, DC)
A 2013 alumnus of the Mason MRED program, Will was promoted from analyst to associate shortly after graduation. He is currently the lead on several PNC assets under development including a 160-unit multifamily buliding in San Francisco and a 700,000 square foot power center in suburban Maryland in addition to overseeing several other properties in the industrial and retail sectors.