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POSTPONED: Owning Our Own Space: The Experiences of Minority Developers

Fri, Nov 12, 2021    1pm

This event has been postponed at the request of the speakers and has been rescheduled for Friday, December 3, 12-1pm

A conversation with Larry Padilla ’94 MSRED, Regional Vice President at The Michaels Organization, and Ernst Valery ’04 MSRED, Co-managing Member of SAA|EVI Development, moderated by Ed Poteat, Founder of Carthage Advisors and Adjunct Professor in Real Estate Development at Columbia GSAPP.

This program is the second part of a Columbia University MSRED Webinar Series on The Impact of Real Estate on Communities of Color. The Series is led by Patrice Derrington, Holliday Associate Professor and Director of the Real Estate Development Program; Diane Branch ‘03 MSRED; and Ed Poteat.

All events will be recorded and available for later viewing unless otherwise noted.

Register to attend via Zoom

The Series is supported through a seed grant funding initiative from Columbia University’s Office of the Provost, “Addressing Racism: A Call to Action,” to support faculty in engaging with issues of structural racism. The goal of this initiative is to provide resources to enable collaborative dialogue, action, and insight for systemic change towards racial equity.