The University of Central Florida’s College of Business Administration hosted a real estate conference for more than 215 community leaders. Called Growing Optimism for the Real Estate Industry- At Last!, this meeting was co-presented with the Dr. P Phillips Institute for Research and Education in Real Estate. This was the inaugural event for and annual program targeted at gathering preeminent commercial real estate owners, practitioners, and key decision makers in Central Florida. More photos from the event can be viewed on the college’s Facebook page.
The Conference program focused on real estate’s emerging landscape in 2013 and beyond. The program featured key influencers and industry leaders including:
Randy I. Anderson, Ph.D., CRE, Howard Phillips Eminent Scholar Chair and Professor, Department of Finance and Dr. P. Phillips School of Real Estate, UCF College of Business Administration
Marshall S. Cohn, ’11, President, The Dunhill Companies
Mayor Buddy Dyer, City of Orlando
Paul Ellis, President, CNL Commercial Real Estate
Joshua Harris, Ph.D., CAIA, ’04, ’07 & ‘12, Director, Dr. P. Phillips Institute for Research and Education in Real Estate, UCF College of Business Administration
Paul Jarley, Ph.D., Dean, UCF College of Business Administration
Mike Lafitte, Global Chief Operating Officer, CBRE
William S. “Bill” Moss, Senior Managing Director, CBRE
Jaime Patterson, ’06, Senior Associate Director, Degree Programs, Executive Development Center, UCF College of Business Administration
Sean Snaith, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Economic Competitiveness, UCF College of Business Administration
Rasesh Thakkar, ‘84, Senior Managing Director, Tavistock Group
For more information on the Dr. P. Phillips School of Real Estate, visit their website.