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SEPTEMBER 2016 11 ernance at Marsh & McLennan; and UK speaker, Troy Humphreys, director Global Operations for Pfizer Ltd. Shown here, left to right, are Mid-Atlantic Chapter leaders Al Nielsen (AOL, Inc.), president; Peter Van Emburgh (CBRE), treasurer and event moderator; Sheryl Etelson (Lockheed Martin), vice president; and Steve Dunn (CSRA, Inc.), board mem- ber and event panelist. Philippines Chapter event well attended Some 80 people attended the CoreNet Global Philippines Chapter networking event at CBRE's head office in the City of Makati in Metro Manila at the end of May. Shown here are Philippines CoreNet Global Chapter Chair Tim Carr, left, and CBRE Philippines Chairman Rick Santos. Heads up for s outhern California Chapter re mmy awards The Southern California Chapter of CoreNet Global will hold its 10th annual REmmy Awards on November 3, 2016, and is accepting nomi- nations. The Chapter held its 9th REmmy Awards and Charity Gala last November at the Montage Beverly Hills. Pictured here from that event are, from left to right, David Callahan of Hughes Marino, past board president; Terri Johnson of Emser Title, board secretary; Jim Seifert of Sempra Energy, REmmy 2015 CRE of the Year; and Kelly Reenders of the City of Dana Point, past board chair. Carolinas Chapter brings W ell ® -ness to the forefront The Carolinas CoreNet Global Chapter held a "WELL ® Building, Well Being" program in Charlotte on April 19. The speaker was Carolyn Rickard-Brideau, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, a partner with Little Architects and noted author and speaker on topics related to the workplace and built environment's effect on our bodies and minds. Rickard-Brideau, who is also a member of the first WELL AP cohort trained at the Cleveland Clinic, shared her insights on the changing workplace and the increasing importance in promoting wellness in the workplace. t ennis for a good cause in Carolina Also in the Carolinas, the Chapter's highly anticipated Golf and Ten- nis Tournament, held this June at the world-class Grandover Resort, raised $4,320 for the Carolinas Scholarship at UNC Charlotte Childress Klein Center for Real Estate. Shown here standing, left to right, are Grandover tennis pro Buck Stephenson; Kane Osborne (Geiger), first-place winner; Matthew Esposito (Alfred Williams); Taylor Smith (Alfred Williams); Koo McQueen (BB&T); Irene Vogelsong (Perkins+Will); and Jennifer Miles (Cushman & Wakefield). Kneeling, left to right, are Amber Brown (Alfred Williams); Christianna Williams (Cushman & Wakefield); Liz Richardson (Perkins+Will); and Frank Wiseman (Tandus). b enelux Chapter event posits the future in debate style "The Office Environment of 2025" was the topic of an End User Debate held by the CoreNet Global Benelux Chapter in June at RAI. The event was held as a way to connect end users and service providers. During the debate, participants discussed the needs and demands of the end users on one hand and the vision of the service providers on the other, plus how they both envision the future of offices in the year 2025. b ig data, real estate are discussion topics in Paris Members of the France Networking Group of CoreNet Global met in June at Euronext in Paris to discuss big data and its potential effect on factors behind CRE. Speakers at the event were Pierre Gilquin, real estate director, Euronext; Richard Brown, global head of BI & Analytics, JLL; and Manuel Sevilla, vice president and global head of Big Data, Analytics and MDM/In- sights and Data at Capgemini. In addition to speaker presentations, the group enjoyed a visit of the Trading Control Area and Stock Exchange Museum. a nnual award winners announced in NYC Members of the CoreNet Global New York City Chapter gathered at Times Square in June to hear who among them won the Chapter's annual awards. Awards presented were for Corporate Real Estate Executive of the Year, Service Provider of the Year, and Commercial Interior Projects of the Year. John Vazquez, above left, senior vice president of Global Real Estate for Verizon, was awarded Corporate Real Estate Executive of the Year. Dale Schlather, right, vice chairman at Cushman & Wakefield, was named Service Provider of the Year. Time Inc. was awarded Commercial Interiors Project of the Year for more than 150,000 rentable square feet (14,000 rentable sq. m.), and Teach for America was awarded the same title for projects less than 150,000 rentable square feet (14,000 rentable sq. m.). Appreciation also was shown for members who served in volunteer roles over the year. Chapter leaders, past and present, speak in Mexico A "Day of Breakfast" event in June for the CoreNet Global Mexico Chapter drew a number of members to hear various professionals and Chapter lead- ers, including Sergio Perez of CBRE, past chair of the Mexico Chapter, and Jose Antonio Hagg of Cushman & Wakefield, current Chapter chair. s alt l ake City Chapter gives back to community The CoreNet Global Salt Lake City Chapter joined United Way's "Day of Action" on June 24 to help support the local community. Shown here are Shay Bertola (Boart Longyear), Jeremy Doyle (Adobe), Barbara Bruno (Herman Miller), Tom Uriona (Intermountain Healthcare), David Bauman (CBRE), and Nathan Barnes (Boart Longyear).

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