By Janice O’Neill, Global Head of Talent Management & Diversity at Cushman & Wakefield
The Women’s Integrated Network (WIN) at Cushman & Wakefield has recently launched some exciting programs to grow community involvement,
The Phoenix Women’s Integrated Network (WIN) chapter recently volunteered for Feed My Starving Children, a nonprofit organization that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children.
The 22 WIN volunteers hand-packed nutritious MannaPack™ meals, specifically designed to reverse malnutrition. The
Cushman & Wakefield distinguishes itself among its competitors, globally and locally, by our engagement in the communities where we do business. In the Cincinnati-Dayton region, not only are we the largest commercial real estate services firm, but we are the
Cushman & Wakefield’s Tampa office, JLL, and the greater Tampa Bay commercial real industry partnered with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) to host the Third Annual All-In for Type None Casino Night. The event was held at TPepin’s
Cushman and Wakefield Florida was proud to participate in Red Nose Day on May 25, 2017. Red Nose Day is a worldwide initiative that strives to end child poverty. The concept was launched in 1985 by Comic Relief,