12:00 - 1:30 pm ET
This program is for NMHC Members only.
Be a part of the next NMHC Women in Multifamily Digital Series event! Taking place on Wednesday, July 14 from 12:00- 1:30pm ET, the third program in this meet-up series will center around property management and operations. From new operations technologies entering the sector, to changing customer expectations for leasing and community standards, multifamily housing providers were at the intersection of quite a bit of change even before the pandemic put a spotlight on property management efficiencies.
We are pleased to have Elaine De Lude, Vice President of LIVEbe Communities, a division of Berman Enterprises, kicking off the event's program. Elaine will share some lessons learned in her co-leadership role of the residential division of the real estate development and management company in the Mid-Atlantic. The event will also include breakout discussions, providing attendees with the chance to expand on discussions and build new connections.
Elaine De LudeVice President of LIVEbe Communities
Elaine is responsible for the strategic planning for LIVEbe Communities, developing, implementing and managing lease-up and stabilized marketing strategies, property management software systems, the company’s overall operating platform, the LIVEbe brand, revenue management and more. Learn more about Elaine >>>
What to Expect
NMHC is committed to creating valuable experiences by fostering an inclusive and professional environment for our members and guests, we welcome all genders at these events. Join your fellow NMHC member for any one of the three programs scheduled and:
- Make new contacts with multifamily peer professionals through the member-only program and small group-networking sessions.
- Understand how multifamily companies are faring in the post-pandemic market, what industry leaders are doing to integrate new design, technology, and functions in their business plans.
- Come to know more about the women influencing change within the apartment industry.
Events will be hosted via Zoom. Attendees may register for one or all the programs in the series. Members must register to each event separately.
Registration fee: $50