Make the Most of Your Membership… Volunteer Today!
Active members of the Philadelphia Chapter will tell you that peer-to-peer networking and gaining value from the chapter starts at the committee level. There are many opportunities to participate no matter how much (or how little) time you have to give, so please contact us to let us know which committee(s) you are interested in and get started!
Young Leaders: This group is focused on identifying potential members new to the industry (35 years old and younger) to help them get a jump start on their professional development while establishing a forum for continuing education, mentoring and social networking.
-Erin Costello, Cofco
-Jamye Lamborn, Gensler
Communication: The team works to develop positive exposure and awareness about the CoreNet Global Greater Philadelphia Chapter by writing press releases, taking photos at events, writing event recaps for the website and newsletter, and utilizing social media.
-Paul Garvey, Cushman & Wakefield
-Tricia Sullivan, Advanced Office Environments
Education & Programs: The team provides engaging and industry relevant speakers at a variety of venues in support of professional development for chapter members. To do this they need help identifying and securing speakers, developing topics for sessions, and all the aspects of meeting planning for the events.
-Jay Joyce, Savills
-Lee Ann Molineux, Verizon Global Real Estate
Membership: This committee helps grow the chapter by identifying new members (both end users and service providers), while retaining existing members.
-Rhonda Coleman, PHMC
-Nick Luczyszyn, Amplify OSM
Special Events: This energetic and creative group plans all the fun social events such as the Summer Social, the Annual Golf Outing and the Winter Social.
-Jane Counihan, Welspun Flooring
-Cassandra Charles, Focal Point Project Management
Sponsorship: This committee is responsible for identifying people and companies interested in sponsoring chapter events and promoting their firm.
-Judy Ginieczki, IA Interior Architects
-Ed Piscopo, PECO
Community Reinvestment: This committee is responsible for creating meaningful opportunities for chapter members to give back to the community.
-Gary Marx, BlueCap Economic Advisors, LLC
-David Niles, Knoll
University Relations: This group is focused on building relationships with local universities that have programs specializing in Commercial Real Estate to form mutually beneficial ways to partner.
- Sarah Speroff, MovePlan, USA
- Audrey Fedele Hartwell, Spectrum