arew


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arew

(əˈruː)
adv
an obsolete word for arow
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By creating one larger, more powerful organization, CREW New York will provide its members and sponsors with greater opportunities," 2014 AREW president Erin Bond told the gathering.
Over a period of one month, AREW promoted the event and collected the clothing, which was given to disadvantaged women enrolled in career boosting programs.
AREW has one of the busiest, richest schedules of programs and events among real estate industry associations.
For this Women's Forum issue, Real Estate Weekly asked 2013 president, Lina Telese, Zetlin & DeChiara LLP, and 2014 president Erin Bond, New York Law School, about their experiences with AREW and its continuance as a premiere real estate association.
In September, AREW announced that proceeds from the gala would, through the AREW Charitable Fund, underwrite scholarships for students in real estate studies at Baruch College, New York University and Columbia University for the next five years.
Erin served as AREW's 2013 vice president and as co-chair for AREW's 35th Anniversary Gala, proceeds from which funded five additional years of scholarships administered through the AREW Charitable Fund.
Gala co-chairs are AREW Vice President Erin Bond, Esq.
Innovative, visionary and vital, AREW is the first association founded in the U.
Telese previously served in two elected officer positions, 2011-12 AREW vice president and 2010-2011 member-at-large.
Caption: The AREW Charitable Fund's 10th annual collection of wrapped gifts for children in Women In Need (WIN) residences had a record response, fulfilling gift requests for 305 children.
With Cross are (L to R) Kim Willis and Lindsy Noble, both with Related, AREW president Jennifer Carey, JLC Environmental Consultants, and AREW board member Jane Lyons, Rhodes Associates.
With AREW president, Debra Cole, Perkins + Will (second from left) are Diana Reid, PNC Real Estate; Veronica Hackett, Brookfield Properties; Greta Guggenheim, Ladder Capital; and moderator Michelle Felman.