by capturing essential, inclusive feedback from neighbors andunderrepresented audiences. The company has raised $3.7 million in funding, and in 2019, more than 100,000 people visited thewebsite’s projects. Last year, Brandt launched the event series,Women in Development, in order to build networks, celebrate successes and share challenges.
RIVERROCK REAL ESTATE GROUP
Commencing his industry career right
out of high school by working at the
front desk of RiverRock Real Estate
Group, Austin Brown actively sought out
opportunities to learn about all aspects
of the field. He now serves as brand
manager, where he oversees all aspects
of the firm, manages its website and
social media platforms and has
expanded his role to oversee company
operations. Brown is currently playing a
vital role in leading the firm’s COVID- 19 compliance by securing
PPE for all employees, implementing an internal program across
all 24 offices and preparing client buildings for re-occupancy.
BENJAMIN BROWNMOUNTAIN WEST COMMERCIALREAL ESTATE
Spending his initial year within the commercial real estate industry conductingmarket research and publishing theUtah Retail Market Report in 2000,Benjamin Brown now serves as one ofUtah’s leading commercial agents focusing on retail. As director at MountainWest Commercial Real Estate, Brown is aleader in the retail investment field bytransaction volume and total deals, andhe is responsible for compiling and completing the state’s largestretail investment transaction. Since 2011, he has averaged morethan 100 deals per year, and he has executed more than $960 million in transaction value. As a creative problem solver, he assistsand serves clients in doing the deals they want.
With a varied background of executive
roles in consulting, banking and soft-
ware and analytics, Emma Buckland
holds a broad perspective as CBRE’s
global president of property manage-
ment. Previously responsible for an
850-professional team and more than
5,000 CBRE properties across the UK,
Buckland now oversees the manage-
ment of more than 2. 7 billion square
feet of commercial property. Aiming to
evolve the property management business and add client value
through technology, Buckland consistently performs detailed
analysis and engages differing perspectives to define a clear
vision and challenge the status quo. In 2018, she led the largest
automation project in the business, globally, returning $6 mil-
lion of benefit. Earlier this year, she established a diversity and
inclusion council for the property management business to
facilitate open lines of communication and create an environ-
ment for everyone to thrive.
AMY G. CALANDRINO
Amy Calandrino founded the full-servicecommercial real estate firm, BeyondCommercial, a decade ago at the age of
26. With prior experience as a businessand real estate law paralegal, Calandrinonow specializes in commercial real estatesales and leasing representation. Asfounding principal and broker at thefirm, Calandrino completed more than
20 commercial deals valuing $10 millionlast year while pregnant with her son.
She leads a team of agents to serve local and international businessowners across all asset classes and representation types, while curating workflows for each client’s needs. Calandrino serves as theFlorida CCIM Chapter’s Central District president and as theWinter Park Chamber of Commerce Leadership Council president.
JEANNE STOLL CASEY
Combining her vast knowledge for existing digital infrastructure with her passion to untap potential in tech-enabledreal estate solutions, Jeanne Stoll Caseyconsistently drives success for MetaProp.Bringing an impressive 85 deals to theinvestment committee last year as principal, Casey handles investment-focusedday-to-day responsibilities such as executing early-stage Prop Tech investmentswhile driving the investor relations sideof the business, sourcing new LP relationships and identifyingstrategies to scale companies. Casey additionally serves as thefounding member of Digital Alpha, the first fund to focus on private equity investments engaged with smart cities and Io T technology. She notably led and executed the fund’s first eight deals,securing a track record to raise more than $1 billion in subsequentfunds. Casey also actively advocates with Women in Prop Tech.
Drastically transforming Baltimore communities, Brandon Chasen focuses onturning historic properties into boutique, luxury apartment buildings.Founding Chasen Cos. four years ago tooffer high-quality design and outsourcedamenities at an affordable price, Chasenoversees the construction, ownershipand management of properties. As CEO,