As managing principal at Cresa,Christina Clark works with rapidlygrowing technology companies andmanages more than 6 million squarefeet in global real estate portfolios.Her client list includes Twitter, PaloAlto Networks and New Relic, and sheis regularly named one of the firm’stop producers year-over-year. Lastyear alone, she closed more than$200 million in lease transactionvalue and negotiated leases early to secure more favorableterms for her clients. She is actively involved in the industrythrough CoreNet Global’s Northern California Chapter, GlobalYoung Leaders Board and the Board of Commercial Real EstateWomen.
Since joining Savills in 1997, LisaDavidson has accomplished somelofty goals. She is regularly in the top10% of producers at the firm and isan expert in managing real estateneeds for clients and reducing realestate costs for corporate users. In her25-year career, she has executed morethan 25 million square feet of transactions, and today serves as the vicechairman and chief diversity officer atSavills. Last year alone, she closed 22 leases totaling more than876,000 square feet. In addition to representing occupier clients, Davidson launched Building Inclusivity and Diversity toadvance women and minorities in the CRE industry.
CATHY A. DELCOCO
Cathy A. Delcoco has carved out aunique niche, representing large-scale, national portfolios for majorcorporations, defense contractors andtechnology companies. Delcocojoined CBRE 20 years ago, and hasgrown her team from two to 11, producing $25 million annually in revenue and earning her the prestigioustitle of vice chairman. Last year,Delcoco completed transactions totaling 3. 9 million square feet and more than $672.3 million invalue, generating a total revenue of $24.7 million for CBRE. Sheis a member of Commercial RealEstate Brokerage Assoc. and is regularly recognized as a top producer ather firm.
With 30 years of experience as a ten-
ant advocacy specialist, Lispah Hogan
has worked with some of the most
well known occupier clients in the
country. In her career, she has closed
more than 23 million square feet of
lease transactions with a 350,000-square-foot lease for
Southwestern Energy and a 195,000 square feet for
ConocoPhillips among her most notable deals. Currently an
executive managing director at Newmark Knight Frank, Hogan
has completed more than 30 transactions totaling close to $400
million in value in the last year. She is currently the secretary
and treasurer of the Houston Office Leasing Brokers Assoc.
Meredith LaPier has led an standoutcareer in commercial real estate. Shestarted at a national REIT, where shemanaged portfolio leasing for theWashington DC region. Then, nearlystarting over, LaPier transitioned intothe brokerage business, and foundsuccess yet again. Now, she hasclocked more than 20 years at CBRE,building her business into a team of
11 with a total revenue stream of $25
million annually. With her partner Cathy Delcoco, her team isthe only female-led tenant brokerage team at CBRE, where shehas the title of vice chairman and is regularly one of the firm’stop producers.
Elinore Carrington Lyon is one of theleading nonprofit brokers in the NewYork Metro area. With more than 30years of experience, she has built aclient list that includes New YorkCares, Human Rights First and theNational LGBTQ Task Force, and shecurrently serves as the co-chair of thenational not-for-profit advisory groupat Cushman & Wakefield. In the lastyear, she has coordinated a 30-year lease acquisition for NewYork Legal Assistance Group at 7 Hanover Square and a 15-yearlease acquisition for The Wallace Foundation at 140 Broadway.She is an active member of WX/Women Executives in RealEstate and the Real Estate Board of New York.
In her 15-year career, KenishaRobnett has intentionally represented clients both large and small,believing that first-time investors andmom-and-pop shops need qualityrepresentation. As an EVP at RE/MAX Commercial/Platinum Access,she represents tenants as well as clients with acquisitions and dispositions. In the last year, she has alsobecome a member of the teachingstaff at CCIM Institute, making her one of the first black femaleinstructors in the organization’s history. Earlier this year, shewas also named as the Georgia CCIM Chapter secretary andtreasurer. In addition to CCIM, Robnett is an active member ofAtlanta Commercial Board of Realtors and Georgia Associationof Business Brokers.