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In Memory of Nina J. Gruen

 

“Women need to speak up and ask for what they want”

-Nina Gruen

“Dude, Where’s my Office” CREW SF event

July 11, 2016

 

Boot Barn Fun!

 

During the CREW Convention, CREW SF Board Member Debbie Liefer led SF chapter members on a boot-buying excursion resulting in a lot of fun, bonding and of course new cowboy boots and hats. Debbie loved her new boots so much they inspired her Cowgirl Halloween Costume.

 

181 Fremont Tour

 

By Christina Rain, P.E., Project Manager, Langan

 

In October 2017, CREW’s San Francisco Chapter’s Rising Leaders Committee was invited to a once in a lifetime tour of 181 Fremont, a new skyscraper under construction in San Francisco’s South of Market District. Our tour was led by Kelly DeWees, Senior Construction Manager for Jay Paul Company, the developer of 181 Fremont.

 

Chief Economist Ted Egan, Ph.D. On the State of San Francisco

 

On October 12, members and guests of CREW SF gathered for the 2017 Economic Forecast featuring City and County of San Francisco’s Chief Economist Dr. Ted Egan. Freshly back from vacation and armed with an informative set of slides containing data he and his team from the Office of Economic Analysis in the City Controller’s Office have collected over the years, Dr. Egan shared his examination of the results.

 

Employment Rate

The Island City Tour

By By Christina Rain, P.E., Project Manager, Langan

 

On 1 August 2017, CREW’s San Francisco and East Bay Chapters co-hosted a successful tour of the City of Alameda, in which over 85 members and guests were shuttled around “The Island City” to learn about real estate development occurring in the area. City of Alameda representatives served as tour guides, relying on their in-depth knowledge of the City as it exists today and their varying roles guiding the vision for Alameda as the Bay Area’s Island of Innovation.

Lifting Up Life Learning Academy

 

By: Lindsey Madison, SIMEON Commercial Properties

SFMOMA Architecture Tour and Networking Evening: A sold out event with a big excitement

 

By: Christiana Kyrillou, Wood Bagot

 

Following the SF MOMA Process Luncheon, CREW SF presented to both members and non-members an evening of architecture, art and networking at the SFMOMA. The group joined a festive and fervent social time at Thirsty Bear Salon enjoying drinks and tapas while mingling and networking.

 

Transbay Transit Center Tour

 

By Kena David, BCCI Construction Company

 

Achieving the Improbable Dream: Affordable Home Ownership for Millennials

 

By Jen Chan, President, White Tiger Condo Conversion

 

Paint and Sip Evening in San Francisco: Unleash our inner creativity powered together in the female collective energy

 

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