CREW NETWORK | Influencing the Success of the Commercial Real Estate Industry by Advancing the Achievements of Women

Scholar Profiles

The CREW Network Foundation scholarship program supports future female leaders as they pursue university-level education that will lead to careers in commercial real estate. Many of our scholars who have launched their CRE careers have graciously agreed to share their stories and successes in this profile series.

CREW Network and its Foundation have given $685,000 to 91 female students, in 29 states/provinces at 60 universities.
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Hannah Jacobus

Meet Hannah Jacobus, a senior transaction manager at CBRE


Read how 2010 Foundation scholar Hannah Jacobus turned her internship into a career.

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Abby Hall  

Meet Abby Hall, a commercial account associate at Chicago Title Insurance Company


Read how this second generation CRE professional got from Atlanta, Ga. to Chicago, Ill.

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Jenna Stoeltje

Meet Jenna Stoeltje, a development associate at Weston Urban, San Antonio


Hear how the scholarship and related experiences impacted 2015 Foundation scholar Jenna Stoeltje.

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Meet Midori Wong, pursuing Masters in Real Estate Development at MIT


Learn how 2016 Foundation scholar and lifelong Californian Midori Wong is putting the Network to work for her.

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Hanna Oimoen

Meet Hanna Oimoen, a scholar whose career was propelled by the Network


Hear why 2014 Foundation scholar Hanna Oimoen touts the CREW Network Foundation scholarship program as "much more than a monetary scholarship."

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Auja Little

Meet Auja Little, a Texas native turned D.C. portfolio manager 


From her hometown in Dallas, Texas, to college at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, to senior real estate analyst at Washington REIT in Washington D.C... read how CREW has impacted the career of 2014 Foundation scholar Auja Little.

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CREW Network and its Foundation have given $685,000 to 91 female students, in 29 states/provinces at 60 universities.
See where they are from »