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Introducing the 2023 Chapter President - Colby Wick


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After a decade of involvement in the NAIOP SFBA chapter, I am honored to be the president for 2023. The chapter has never been stronger thanks to the hard work of many past leaders, and I am excited to build on that success.

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Congratulations to the NED 2022 Graduates!


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NAIOP SFBA is proud to announce the graduation of Class 2 of the NAIOP Executive Development Program on December 8, 2022. The intensive program concluded with a final overnight Retreat in Berkeley with instructors Julie Chesley and Terri Egan.

We look forward to opening applications for the NED program 2023 very soon! The first information session will be January 11 (see below to register) and the class will run June-November 2023.

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Chapter Leader Focus - Richard Morisky


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Celebrating 20 Years of Service to NAIOP

Richard Morisky is a real estate tax attorney who is passionate about providing great service to clients. He believes that understanding the technical detail of new tax law and being able to explain it to a client is essential and requires focus, patience, and persistence. A 30-year veteran of the profession, he recently joined the firm RHW CPAs after a long tenure as partner with renowned firm Grant Thornton and Andersen. Subsequently, he practiced as a tax attorney with Dorband & Schneider, LLP.

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Thank You for Attending the Industrial & Multifamily Boat Tour


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Thank you to everyone who joined us for this glorious day out on the water!

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NAIOP SFBA Fleet Week Fundraiser Grants 5 Wishes!


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We are thrilled to announce that this year’s Fleet Week Fundraiser was a huge success! It was an inspiring afternoon of networking at the historic General's Residence in Fort Mason with the most spectacular view of Blue Angels flying overhead.

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ARGUS Scholarship Winner - Diljot Kaur


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Diljot is a graduate from the University of California, Berkeley with a Masters in Real Estate Development & Design. Prior to joining UC Berkeley’s MRED+D program, Diljot worked with Atkins for 6 years, where she handled responsibilities in Engineering, Project Management, Operations & Strategy, and Information Management. 

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Meet The Young Professionals Group (YPG) Class of 2023!


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On September 16-18th, the Young Professionals Group (YPG) kicked-off the 9th class with a weekend long Retreat at the Doubletree Berkeley Marina. The class will meet monthly through July learning personal and professional development from Bay Area leaders and Pepperdine University professor, Julie Chesley.

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ARGUS Scholarship Winner - Dennis Puchuela


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As an Analyst of the Northern California & Mountain Regions for Brookfield Properties’ U.S. Office Division, Dennis Puchuela’s responsibilities include leasing, valuations, and quarterly reporting of approximately 8.4M square feet of Class A office properties in downtown Denver, San Francisco, and Seattle.

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ARGUS Scholarship Winner - Roxana Macovei


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Roxana has over a decade experience in hospitality and mixed-use residential development with a proven track record of turning opportunities into successful ventures. She approaches each project with ingenuity, a creative mindset, and understands the importance of uniting interdisciplinary team members around a common goal; value added design and mitigating risks are her specialty. Roxana is passionate about great design and creating resilient and sustainable places that enhance quality of life and the surrounding community.

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Chapter Leader Focus - Dicko Ba


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Dicko Ba is a multi-family development professional with the goal of creating the best-designed projects possible. She is passionate about making development functional and livable for residents and the public realm. “I believe buildings are here to help us live our best lives today and to ensure that our children and their children live their best lives” she said.

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