CARW Announces 2018 NEXTGen Class
For Immediate Release: Wednesday, January 10, 2018
For More Information, Contact: Tracy Johnson – 414.698.7474 or [email protected]
MILWAUKEE – CARW (Commercial Association of REALTORS® Wisconsin), the voice of commercial real estate, is pleased to announce the organization’s 2018 NEXTGen class.
The program includes 9 months of programming and strategic networking opportunities to introduce and solidify relationships with some of Milwaukee’s most active, established real estate professionals.
Last year, CARW welcomed 14 talented real estate professionals.“The CARW NextGen program has provided me with the opportunity to form meaningful relationships with important influencers in our local and regional commercial real estate community, as well as my peers in the industry. I feel that I have more resources now than ever before – if I don’t know the answer to something, I know where to find it across a range of disciplines. I am better able to serve my clients because of the CARW NEXTGen program,” said Alyssa Geisler with CBRE. Geisler was a 2017 NEXTGen graduate and now serves on the NEXTGen committee contributing to the success of the program.
2018 NEXTGen Class:
Maddie Blankesnhip, Founders 3 Real Estate Services
Jay Blom, Founders 3 Real Estate Services
John Davis, Founders 3 Real Estate Services
Brian DelVecchio, Schenck SC
Nicholas Hepner, JLL
Andre Jones, Imajine Realty Partners, LLC
Kristofer Kucharski, NAI MLG Commercial
Nick Lemke, Bank Mutual
Gretchen Lins, CBRE, Inc.
Josh Lurie, Husch Blackwell LLP
Carmello Maddente, General Capital
Jordan Mickalkiewicz, SARA Investment Real Estate
Vedran Rimarcuk, Irgens
Fred Stalle, Mid – America Real Estate – WI, LLC
Salvatore Strehlow, Colliers International
Stephen Styza, Cushman & Wakefield | BOERKE
Kelsey Webb, Eppstein Uhen Architects
Each week, we’ll feature one of the CARW NEXTGen participants. There are 18 commercial real estate professionals involved in the program – each with their unique story to share and individual motivation for involvement.
Sessions will begin Wednesday, January 10 at 4 p.m. Read more about the program HERE.
For a list of our meeting dates and speakers, click HERE.