Uses data and science to boost predictive analytics capabilities
Shares expertise with others in the industry through regular webinars
As head of innovation for Altus Group, Heidi Learner marries data and data science to enhance the predictive analytics capabilities of the CRE industry’s current technology. She uses data and analytics to drive strategic insight for real estate professionals to make the best investment decisions and unlock new ideas and functionalities for investors.
Learner regularly shares her expertise with other real estate professionals by hosting webinars on her current findings through Altus Labs. She recently hosted webinars on methods to manage risk for market-oriented strategy and how to translate the concept of risk and return in the financial market to CRE.
Learner has over a decade of experience as a thought leader within the CRE space, beginning with her role as a chief economist for Savills North America. In that role, she was a frequent resource to national audiences on the macro factors and trends affecting CRE pricing and lease decision-making.
She mentors high school students through iMentor, a program that partners with schools in marginalized communities to match students with college-educated mentors. She is also on the board of American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and serves as chair of its investment committee. Additionally, Learner is a member of Altus Women Connected.
These are a few reasons we chose Heidi Learner as one of the New York & Tri-State Connect CRE’s 2023 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 leadership positions and play key mentorship roles for others.
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