DFW's Top Power Women!
The headline says it all. We called up all our best sources to determine the most impressive women in commercial real estate. Some are brokers, some are investors, and some have done it all. But they're all game-changers. We’re going to honor them with a cocktail reception on June 3 (join us by registering here) at the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden.
We started telling their stories and have made it through more than half of the list. You can click on the names of those whose stories have appeared and watch for the profiles of the others in the coming weeks (see our profile below in today’s issue). Pictured: two of Bisnow's 24 Power Women at Fight Night: The Real Estate Council prez Linda McMahon and Butler Burgher Group CEO Diane Butler.
Rounding out the rest of our list: Hall Financial Group director of leasing Kim Butler (featured below), Hunt Realty Investments prez Patricia Gibson, Gables Residential CEO Susan Ansel, Cresa Dallas managing principal Susan Arledge, Billingsley Co co-founder and partner Lucy Billingsley, CASE Commercial Real Estate Partners senior director Susan Gwin Burks, Thackeray Partners co-founder Mary Hager, Transwestern EVP Nora Hogan, Hudson Peters SVP Kimberly Lay, Rosemont Realty Services regional principal Helen Rivero, The Trocchio Advantage founder and certified executive coach Liz Trocchio Smith, Gaedeke Group CEO Sabine Gaedeke Stener, and Jackson-Shaw Co CFO and prez Michele Wheeler. More honorees who we'll be celebrating leading up to the event: Jackson & Walker partner Susan Halsey, Aimbridge Hospitality CFO Judy Hendrick, Peloton Commercial Real Estate SVP Barbara Houlihan, Transwestern principal Kim Brooks, E Smith Realty CEO Sharon Morrison, Shula Netzer Real Estate Co prez Shula Netzer, Dallas Regional Chamber COO/CFO Pat Priest, CBRE SVP Chelby Sanders, and Cassidy Turley executive managing director Beth Lambert Saul. (Pictured is Liz and Susan Gwin Burks.)