I graduated from Milwaukee Area Technical College where I studied music performance and audio recording. It was during this time that I started working at the Wisconsin Club part time in 2010. I eventually worked my way up to Transportation Manager. I held this position for five years and had an absolutely great experience. It was here I had the opportunity to build so many invaluable skills and relationships. I transitioned to the retail brokerage team at Colliers International in the summer of 2019. I’ve been off to a very fast-paced start and I continue to learn new skills and ideas each and every day.
I am beyond excited to be welcomed into the CARW NextGen Program. I’m looking forward to developing new relationships with my commercial real estate peers who want to help better the community. The relationships we make today can help open up opportunities for us in the future. Being new to the industry, I need to expose myself to all things real estate. The NextGen program will be a great community and network to be involved in. The ability to communicate directly with some of the most experienced professionals and knowledgeable leaders across the industry is priceless. I’m really looking forward to meeting new people, hearing new ideas, and sharing some of my own.
5 Questions with Isaac
Q: Which projects are you most excited about?
A: I’m thrilled to be involved in listing a former restaurant building for sale in Muskego. This is my first listing for sale I’ve worked on so I love this new opportunity to learn more about another aspect of commercial real estate. I’m also very excited about the Village Market listing I’m on in Hales Corners. We’ve been getting a lot of traction on this center lately so it’s been really great to see all the activity.
Q: What is your favorite restaurant?
A: Koi Japanese Sushi
Q: What made you choose Commercial Real Estate?
A: I have a passion for meeting new people, developing long latsing relationships, and being involved in the community. This is a great chance to dive in and get to know the city of Milwaukee on a new level. It all comes down to passion, self-discipline, and a genuine desire to help others. I truly believe in building a great city and helping the people within it.
Q: What is one word that comes to mind when you think of CARW?
Q: If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be?
A: Robin Williams