Most Influential Women Leaders
The San Francisco Business Times recently released their list of 2016’s Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business, which featured three well known Cushman & Wakefield leaders in Northern California, Rhonda DiazCaldewey, Kazuko Morgan and Karen Vincent.
150 Passionate Leaders
The annual Most Influential Women in Business publication celebrates approximately 150 women business leaders in real estate, law, technology, financing, education, health care and other industries. The Business Times says, “These women work in diverse fields, but all share a passion for what they do. They are leaders in their organizations and their communities.”
Rhonda DiazCaldewey services urban retailers and owners for urban mixed-use retail, lifestyle centers, hospitality and restaurant requirements. Her productive and acclaimed career has generated a transactional value in the billions. A native of San Francisco’s progressive and pioneering culture, Rhonda has facilitated some of the city’s highest profile retail, entertainment and food & beverage transactions. She is a recognized leader and industry advisor both locally and to high profile projects and food & beverage and hospitality personalities nationally. Her insights into new concepts and future trends is highly sought after by her clients and community influencers. This is Rhonda’s third year winning this award.
Kazuko Morgan serves on Cushman & Wakefield’s Global International Retail Group and the Global Japan Desk. She has been involved in over $5 billion transactions in her career. Her primary focus is both landlord and tenant representation leasing and investment sales in San Francisco and Los Angeles area specializing in San Francisco’s Union Square, the Beverly Hills Triangle and international developments. She specializes in class A urban retail leasing including the largest iconic projects in the Western United States and Hawaii, Macao, Singapore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sri Lanka. She is consistently one of Cushman & Wakefield’s top producing professionals. Kazuko is also among the multi-winners of this prestigious award.
Karen Vincent is based in San Francisco and focuses on developing and enhancing strategies to drive performance for Cushman & Wakefield’s occupier clients with global, national and regional portfolios. Her clients hail from the technology, financial, and professional services sectors. With 23 years of experience in real estate, her knowledge base regarding governance, performance management, best practices development, employee engagement, creative pricing approaches, and collaboration positions her as a well-rounded and respected leader in her field.
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