Optimizes workspaces by incorporating flex into traditional portfolios
Kicked off multiple initiatives at Raise that benefitted client teams
With a background in occupier strategy and innovative flexible workspaces, Beth Moore, Head of Strategic Growth with Raise Commercial Real Estate, can optimize workspaces in a way traditional real estate backgrounds typically can’t. Incorporating flex into traditional portfolios not only answers uncertainty but focuses on providing a work experience that responds to the new hybrid landscape.
Moore’s ability to dive in and provide insights into every part of the business is impressive. Not only is she able to speak on behalf of other teams in a comprehensive way but takes action to move projects forward and build teams around her.
The relationships she has formed with those in the real estate industry around the world are unmatched, and she seems to know everyone that she runs into. For one thing, she reorganized a major team and their function this year in record time. She also kicked off multiple new initiatives at Raise that benefited their client teams to improve their skills in flex spaces and better serve their partners.
Moore has an uncanny ability to drive outcomes, see around the corner, and make whoever is in front of her feel like they are the only person in the world.
These are just a few of the reasons we chose Beth Moore as one of Connect CRE’s National 2022 Women in Real Estate Award winners. Connect CRE’s Women in Real Estate Awards honor the achievements and inspirational stories of women who have reached respected positions of leadership and play key mentorship roles for others.
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