IREM Members Named Real Estate Women of Influence

Contributed by BSM Staff

CHICAGO -- IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) has announced that 12 members have been named 2020 Women of Influence by Globe St Real Estate Forum, in four categories: humanitarian, property/facility manager, broker – landlord/agency representation, and mentor.

Selections are based on criteria such as career achievements, community outreach, and mentorship within the industry. Above all, these women have all made a distinctive mark on the commercial real estate industry.

“I’m honored to be engaged with these amazing women, as IREM members, and as real estate professionals,” says IREM CEO and Executive Vice President Denise Froemming. “They’re the best example of what women in commercial real estate can achieve, and an inspiration to everyone in this industry.”

Notably, 2020 IREM President Cheryl Gray, CPM, was named a 2020 Woman of Influence in the Humanitarian category for her work with the IREM Foundation.

The Women of Influence list also includes:

  • Amy Hall; Caton Commercial Real Estate Group;

Broker – Landlord/Agency Representation

  • Holly Hughes, CPM
  • Colliers International


  • Deborah Phillips, CPM, The Quadrillion;
  • Karen Tepera, CPM, Greystar;

Property/Facility Manager

  • Sandra Boyle, CPM; Cushman & Wakefield.
  • Cindy Clare, CPM, IREM Executive Committee, Bell Partners.

Standout woman to watch:

  • Tory Glossip, CPM, Colliers International;
  • Mindy Gronbeck, CPM; IREM Executive Committee, Hawkins Companies
  • Marla Maloney, CPM, Cushman & Wakefield;
  • Kimberley Morgan, CPM, Stream Realty;
  • Molly Stengel, Hughes Development Corporation.

For over 85 years, IREM members have made it the world’s strongest voice for all things real estate management. Almost 20,000 leaders in commercial and residential management call this home for education, support and networking.

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