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Dealpath’s Joe Moskowitz Elected Vice Chairman of OSCRE Board of Directors  

Dealpath, a deal-flow management and analytics software provider, has announced that its senior director of business development and strategy, Joe Moskowitz, has been elected as vice chairman of OSCRE International’s Board of Directors. OSCRE is a corporate member organization that focuses on the development and implementation of real estate data standards.  

Moskowitz will bring a fresh perspective to OSCRE’s Board through his experience at the intersection of commercial real estate and technology. As vice chairman, Moskowitz will lead point on the Board’s solidification of OSCRE’s go-to-market messaging and value propositions, as well as collaborate with other board members on expanding the consortium’s membership base. Dealpath has been an OSCRE member organization since late 2022. 

“…I am especially excited to become more entrenched in data standardization efforts as they relate to ESG and other areas of CRE, which remains a major focus for OSCRE and the industry at large,” said Moskowitz.  


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