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Transwestern Is Top Workplace For Women

From left, Rene Wineland, Angela Doss, Terri Redman, Karen Johns
Rene Wineland, Angela Doss, Terri Redman and Karen Johns

Commercial real estate firm Transwestern has been named one of the 100 Best Workplaces for Women by Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine for the third consecutive year.

The winning companies were selected based on more than 400,000 employee surveys from hundreds of businesses covering all industries. Transwestern is the only full-service commercial real estate firm to be recognized.

“My counterparts across the country are all afforded the ability to grow with the company and move up,” Transwestern’s Vice President of Asset Services in Denver, Rene Wineland, said. “We always promote from within and provide training to grow them. We want to invest in our people and keep them here.”  

Transwestern’s diverse workforce has cultivated a positive work environment that equips its teams to deliver well-informed, flexible solutions to real estate owners, users and investors. The company recruits women for all job functions and at all levels and promotes women’s professional development and career advancement throughout their tenure.

Of Transwestern employees surveyed this year, 97% say the company has a great atmosphere, 96% believe there is great communication and 95% say there are great challenges for women.

“We are honored to again be recognized for our focus on developing the full potential of all our team members,” Transwestern President of Americas Chip Clarke said. “Raising the bar and empowering our team members to serve our clients and each other at the highest level is consistently reinforced throughout our organization, which has in turn fostered a culture of advocacy and opportunity for women at Transwestern.”