By Meg Costa
D CEO’s annual Dallas 500, a list of the DFW’s most powerful business leaders, has once again honored several Cushman & Wakefield’s Dallas professionals.
Managing Principal Ran Holman is among the region’s six top Commercial Real Estate Executives, and two of the top 12 brokers were from Cushman & Wakefield: Randy Cooper, Vice Chairman in the Office Tenant Representation group; and Beth Lambert, Executive Managing Director in the Capital Markets group. They join other local honorees from a broad range of industries, including Jerry Jones, Lyda Hill and Dean Fearing.
According to D CEO Editor Christine Perez, the Dallas 500 play a pivotal role in shaping their industries and the North Texas economy. Here, you can get to know a bit more about Cushman & Wakefield’s very own Dallas 500 luminaries:
First ride: “A 1974 Chevy Blazer.”
Favorite movie: “Jaws.”
Looking ahead: “I’m excited about new technology platforms. The old days are just that—old.”
First job: “Throwing newspapers.”
Fun fact: “In college, I once flew a plane backwards over campus.”
Bucket list: “I’d like to sail around the world.”
What I’d tell an 18-year-old me: “Plan the work before you work the plan.”
Fun fact: “I worked out with the New Orleans Saints football team during spring training, which was held at my alma mater.”
Bucket list: “Being a contestant on Wheel of Fortune.”