2016 Award Winner: Tim Hogan
Tim Hogan, a Vice President with Cushman & Wakefield San Francisco has been selected as this year’s honoree for the San Francisco All Stars Project. This distinction is in recognition for Tim’s dedication, tireless work and to broadening the horizons of inner city youth in the Bay Area.
All Stars brings together our most disadvantaged youth with caring adults – successful leaders in business, technology, government, media and the arts. They create first time connections and relationships with one another, and foster an environment in which they — both youth and adults — stretch and take the risk to break out and try new things.
With guidance from the All Stars Programs, young people take steps on the road to becoming learners and leaders. They begin to engage with the mainstream in active and positive ways. In sharing their worldliness and experiences of success, adults make a commitment to community.
The 2016 All Stars Benefit Luncheon honoring Tim was held at the SF Marriott Marquis on Friday, November 4th, 2016. The annual event was Co-Chaired by Rick Buziak of Kilroy Realty, Joan Price of Gensler and Michelle Peralta of Silicon Valley Bank.
A contingent of Cushman & Wakefield brokers from the San Francisco office sponsored a corporate table and attended the luncheon to acknowledge Tim for his selflessness and his contributions to helping make a significant difference in the lives of inner city youths.
” The All Stars Program are focused on giving inner-city/disadvantaged youth a broadened view of the world and helping them develop social and professional skills. “
More About the All Stars Project
The All Stars Project is a 35 year old, youth development non-profit, with operations and programs in six cities (NYC, Newark, Chicago, Dallas, Bridgeport, CT, and the SF Bay Area).
• All Stars began sponsoring programs in the SF Bay Area eight years ago (2008), and currently reaches 4,800 youth and families annually in the city and region.
• All Stars programs take place afterschool/outside of school and are focused on giving inner-city/disadvantaged youth a broadened view of the world and helping them develop social and professional skills.
• All Stars is unique in engaging “ordinary” young people – not just the best and the brightest.
• There are two “core programs” – a grassroots, hip-hop talent show program for youth of all ages, and a program for 16-22 year olds in which they partner with business professionals who conduct workshops and provide summer internships at their companies
• All Stars has been innovative in making use of the power of “performing on stage and off” in these programs that support young people to go outside their comfort zones, try new things and reach for success.
• All Stars is 100 percent privately-funded, and over the last 20 years, has partnered with more than 250 companies nationally, including more than 35 leading companies in the real estate and construction industry in SF Bay Area, Chicago, Metro NY/NJ. (See attached list)
• Over the last five years, real estate and construction executives and firms have contributed more than $10 million to All Stars programs around the country, provided thousands of volunteer hours, and hundreds of workshops and summer internship experiences.
To Learn More About the All Stars Project, please visit their website
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