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JLL’s Wenk Named a David Rockefeller Fellow

JLL’s Jim Wenk was selected as a David Rockefeller Fellow by the Partnership for New York City. He joins 30 other senior corporate executives from commercial real estate and other industries as a member of the program’s Class of 2018 – 2019.

The Partnership established the David Rockefeller Fellows Program in 1989. The program prepares senior corporate executives for more active leadership in civic and public affairs, following the model of the partnership’s founding chairman.

During the 12-month program, Fellows meet with leaders in the public and private sectors through a series of meetings, site visits and tours.

“It is a tremendous honor to join the amazing group of people chosen this year as David Rockefeller Fellows,” said Wenk, an executive managing director at JLL. “This is a very unique and informative program that will help me work more closely and more effectively with the public and nonprofit sectors.”

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