As we move forward following the official “corporate declaration” on the workplace and put decisions into play, unanswered questions and missing pieces of the puzzle remain. Join us to hear leaders in corporate real estate, workplace, and technology weigh in on the future of remote work, including:
Shannon McLendon is the Director of Operations for The Motley Fool, a financial services company in Alexandria that has won multiple awards for being the best place to work due to their strong focus on employee engagement and culture.
She has been with the Fool for 7 years and manages all of their offices worldwide.
Eric has been involved in the commercial real estate industry one way or another for 18 years. He started his journey with a commercial moving and logistics company and then a Haworth dealer.
Following work with architectural interiors and project management assignments, Eric decided to make the pivot to more strategic work. Eric began his career in workplace at SuccessFactors and now serves as the Head of Global Workplace Experience at LiveRamp – a data connectivity platform.
Ryan Turner is the Founder & CEO of RefineRE, the leading business intelligence platform for corporate occupiers. RefineRE’s technology allows corporate real estate teams to work smarter, not harder.
Ryan is a 15-year industry veteran and has served as an advisor to corporate occupiers in various roles at the world’s largest brokerage firms. He is passionate about using technology to simplify the day-to-day and high-level strategic elements of CRE.
Serial entrepreneur Ben Wright is the Head of Flexible Office Solutions at SquareFoot, a new kind of commercial real estate company that helps organizations solve their office space needs, providing transparent access to inventory, brokerage services, and flexible space offerings.
Ben has a passion for connecting people with places and great experiences, which has led him to be a three-time founder of CRE SaaS and digital marketing companies.