Leadership in Tech - Women of Inspiration Luncheon

Date January 22, 2020
Location The City Club
Time 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Event is at capacity.  NO WALK-INS. Please email crewsf@crewnetwork.org to join to be added to the wait-list.   
Leadership and learning go hand in hand. Join us for an illuminating lunch discussion and hear firsthand what it means to be a woman and a leader at the intersection of real estate and technology from three of the top women in the industry: Julie Zhuo (Facebook; The Making of a Manager) Tracy Young (PlanGrid), and Susan Rozakis (Google), in conversation with CREW SF 2020 President Samantha Low (Cushman & Wakefield; TenantSee).  

Featured speakers/moderator:  


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Tracy Young
Co-Founder of PlanGrid
VP of Strategy at Autodesk Construction Solutions
Visiting partner at YCombinator

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Julie Zhuo
VP of Product Design at Facebook
Author of The Making of a Manager

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Susan Rozakis
Director of Real Estate + Construction
Bay Area at Google

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Samantha S. Low
Co-Founder of TenantSee
Director at Cushman & Wakefield
CREW SF 2020 President

Tracy Young was co-founder and CEO of PlanGrid, construction productivity software. Under her leadership PlanGrid grew to over 450 employees, helped build over $1M in construction projects worldwide and sold to Autodesk in 2018. She currently works for Autodesk and YCombinator.

Julie Zhuo is one of Silicon Valley's top product design executives. She has lead teams behind some of the world's most popular mobile and web services used by billions of people every day. Her field guide to management, The Making of a Manager, became an instant Wall Street Journal bestseller and was selected as one of Amazon's Best Business and Leadership Books of 2019. She graduated with a computer science degree from Stanford University and lives with her husband and three children in California's Bay Area.

Susan Rozakis leads the Real Estate, Design & Delivery team at Google, responsible for a diverse team and portfolio of innovative & user focused high tech interiors in Google's Silicon Valley offices. With 35+ years of experience under her belt, she has managed all aspects of capital projects, from concept to move-in during 17 years at Stanford University along with various initiatives. Her previous experience with construction disputes, estimating and contracts, construction management degrees, design experience and a focus on diversity, equity & inclusion has led her to a successful and well-rounded career in the real estate, design & construction industry in the SF Bay Area.

Samantha S. Low is 2020 CREW SF President, a tenant real estate advisor at Cushman and Wakefield and a co-founder of TenantSee (www.tenantsee.co), a technology that empowers tenants with knowledge on what goes on behind the CRE transaction curtain, which provides transparency and efficiency from site selections to moving into a new space, which won an award at the CRE Tech Conference in December 2018 She was recognized by Bisnow as one of the Bay Area Power Women in 2019 and the 2019 CREW SF MVP in the Elevate. She is also the Philanthropy chair of the Cushman & Wakefield WIN (Women Integrated Network) SF Chapter, the West Region co-chair of C&W ASPIRE (Asian and Pacific Islanders Professionals in Real Estate), and a prominent diversity & inclusion advocator.

Each attendant will get a copy of Julie’s book, The Making of a Manager.‚Äč

The City Club
155 Sansome Street, 10th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104

Member - $85 | Nonmember - $105
Register by: Monday, January 20th 

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