With more than 100 members, CREW Las Vegas is the industry’s premier business networking organization, working to advance our members in all aspects of commercial real estate through education, leadership, partnership and networking.
The CREW Las Vegas Chapter was formed over 18 years ago and is a 501(C)(6) non-profit organization. CREW Las Vegas meets monthly at luncheons and member’s only networking events. We participate in community service activities, and hold an annual special event; which benefits the CREW Las Vegas Chapter and local charities.
CREW Las Vegas members represent every discipline in the commercial real estate industry including; architects, attorneys, brokers, contractors, designers, developers, engineers, lenders, title agents and many others. CREW Las Vegas is committed to encouraging and expanding opportunities in networking, education, leadership development and civic philanthropy for women and men, in all facets of real estate.
Working to advance our members in all aspects of commercial real estate through education, leadership, partnership and networking.
Facilitating business networking and deal making among our multi-disciplinary membership is the cornerstone of our organization. We deliver impactful networking opportunities including three Leadership Summits and the CREW Network Convention and Marketplace annually.
CREW Network is the world’s leading researcher on women in commercial real estate. Our industry research produces white papers annually and a benchmark study every five years, delivering data and action items to advance women in commercial real estate and positively impact the industry.
Building effective leaders is key to advancing the commercial real estate industry. We dedicate significant resources to providing our members with high-level leadership development training and opportunities to serve on global boards and committees to develop and hone applicable leadership skills.
CREW Network and our Foundation are committed to bringing more women into commercial real estate by creating programs that educate women and girls about the career opportunities available to them, supporting college-level commercial real estate education through scholarships, and providing mentorships to those new to the industry.