NAIOP Supports Rising CRE Leaders through Diversity Student Scholarships

NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has announced the four recipients of its annual diversity student scholarship. The scholarship program supports students who are pursuing a graduate degree in commercial real estate and is a key component of the association’s pledge to advance diversity in the industry.

“We are pleased to support these outstanding individuals in their commercial real estate education through our annual diversity student scholarship program, and look forward to a bright future in the industry for each award recipient,” said Thomas J. Bisacquino, NAIOP president and CEO. “By investing in the next generation of industry leaders and advancing diversity in commercial real estate, NAIOP is working to broaden and enrich the talent pool for our industry.”

NAIOP is awarding four $5,000 graduate student scholarships to individuals from demographics that are traditionally underrepresented in commercial real estate and whose universities are part of the NAIOP University Membership program.

Recipients of NAIOP’s 2020 Diversity Student Scholarship are:

Glenn Gray JrGlenn Gray Jr., a graduate student in the Masters of Real Estate Development program at Auburn University and a member of NAIOP Alabama.

 

 

 

Kimberly MoreyKimberly Morey, a graduate student in the Master of Real Estate Development program at Arizona State University and a member of NAIOP Arizona.

 

 

 

Awais QaziAwais Qazi, a graduate student in the Master of Real Estate Development and Master of Architecture program at the University of Maryland and a member of NAIOP DC | MD.

 

 

 

Xiaofei RenXiaofei Ren, a graduate student in the Master of Real Estate Development program at Portland State University and a member of NAIOP Oregon.

 

 

 

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