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JUN 2019

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Members on the Move Here are a few of the things happening at CoreNet Global Association Roundup b razil Chapter opens 2019 calendar with forecast Brazil's economic prospects for 2019 and its developments in the corpo- rate real estate (CRE) management market were the agenda for the event that opened the 2019 state of events for the CoreNet Global Brazil Chapter. Teco Medina, an economist and financial host of a national radio broadcast, talked about the country's economic outlook and showed future trends for the Brazil Chapter members. About 120 participants also enjoyed an opportunity to network during the event. Colorado Chapter heads into the kitchen Members of the CoreNet Global Colorado Chapter took private cooking lessons this January at the Cook Street School of Culinary Arts in Denver. Shown here, left to right, are Kevin Smith; Suzy Martinek; Shawn Murphy; Brian Beede, MCR; Tamara Alexander-Johnson, MCR; Joe Larkin, MCR, SLCR; Carla Dore; Jeff Tompkins; Meridith Snyder; Scott Jacobson; Andy Bade; Dave Johnson, MCR; Adam Drvenkar and Tonya Schloemer Kirlin, MCR.w. a ustralia Chapter gets a status update Economist and Australia property-market expert Nerida Conisbee, shown far right, told members of the Australia Chapter of CoreNet Global what they can likely expect in current business, real estate and political climates during the group's Sydney State of the Nation breakfast in March. Among those in attendance were, left to right, Maria Russo-Fama, Trish Tillard and Leah Ong, MCR. Hong Kong Chapter plays to win at communication The Hong Kong Chapter of CoreNet Global was host to an interactive game session as a way for attendees to practice effective communication. Mark Loasby, managing director of Connect Communication, facilitated the experiential learning as attendees enjoyed the challenge with their teammates. 8 JUNE 2019 th E l E ad E r Vik Aggarwal is now director, global head of Enterprise Solutions at Knotel. Previously, he was with AECOM. Michael Casolo, MCR, is now head of Workplace Environments, Real Estate & Facilities for Bridgewater at Genpact. Beth Choulas has been named director of Real Estate and Workplace Experience for Toast, Inc. Previously she was a principal for Hickey & Associates. Simon Davis joins Newmark Knight Frank as executive managing director of Global Technology. Previously he was with Saltmine. Mary-Louise Gray is now regional director for RE&F EMEA at Microsoft. She joins Microsoft from American Express. Tim Hardingham, MCSD, FRSA, has been appointed managing director in the London office of IA Interior Architects. Vicki Keenan has joined the Boston office of Cresa as principal. Before, she was senior vice president for CBRE. Neil Murray, left, becomes global CEO of Corporate Solutions at JLL, where he previously was CEO, Corporate Solutions EMEA. Mark Caskey now takes that position; he previously was head of EMEA account management at JLL. Greg Schuster has been named president of Global Occupier Services, Americas, for Cushman & Wakefield. Steve Quick remains chief executive of GOS. David Wagner joins NELSON as co-leader for the company's Global Solutions platform. He previously was with Cisco. Susan Wojciechowski joins WeWork as global head of Client Portfolio Advisory Services. Previously she was with Newmark Knight Frank.

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