In today’s commercial real estate technology industry, women play a big role; leading, guiding and mentoring those under them. Thanks to them the commercial real estate tech sector has grown exponentially. Without them, we would not be where we are today. Here we will share the top 10 female leaders and influencers who shaped the commercial real estate tech sector into what it is now.
Linda Day Harrison
Founder of theBrokerList, a virtual commercial real estate network, Linda Day Harrison has over 25 years of experience in commercial real estate. Her work has helped streamline the operations in the industry.
Natalie Bruss oversees the partnerships for LPs and portfolio companies, as well as marketing and brand strategy for those companies, as a partner at Fifth Wall. She used to be the Vice President of Digital Strategy and Partnerships at ID, and while there, she built and managed the partnerships and strategies for entertainment brands and consumers.
Ms Algard is the CEO of Officespace.com and has a proven track record of success. Officespace.com is an online marketplace that helps prospective tenants find local office spaces and local brokers.
Being the EVP and CMO at iOffice, Elizabeth Dukes helps build partnerships and business relationships and communicate company solutions. She advises the CEOs and senior leadership teams on business issues in the company. Her expertise has helped the company grow to have more than 1200 clients today.
Julia Davis is the Global Head of Real Estate Transactions and Analytics for WeWork and has spent most of her career in commercial real estate. Before WeWork, she spent time at JLL in a variety of leadership roles and even launched and led a tech startup in the San Francisco market. She is a member of ULI, CoreNet, and NAIOP as well.
Ms Baker is president at Comfy. She is an established leader in the green building community and previously served as Sustainable Operations Consultant at Google.
CEO and Co-Founder of CapitalBrain, Olga Koroleva has over ten years of experience in the commercial real estate industry.
Vice President of Commercial Services at NARRPR, Emily Line has more than ten years’ experience in real estate.
CEO and founder of StealthForce.com, Poonam Mathis has more than a decade of experience in real estate investment, private equity, and development. Formerly, she was Global Deputy to the Head of Asset management at Partners Group. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Inc. Magazine, and Bisnow among others.
Beatrice Fischel-Bock is the founder and CEO of Hutch (then ZOOM Interiors). It is an online and mobile platform which brings together 3D technology and online shopping to help consumers design and furnish their homes.