Luem Featured Panelist at 1st Annual St. Louis Women in Real Estate Virtual Summit
On September 2, 2020, Sarah J. Luem will participate as a panelist during the First Annual St. Louis Women in Real Estate Virtual Summit. The virtual event, produced by Midwest REnews, will feature two panels discussing issues of interest to women during various stages of their commercial real estate careers.
Sarah will participate in the session entitled, “Emerging Women in Real Estate Panel—Their Perspectives.” The panel will address the following topics:
- If I knew then what I know now, what might I do differently in my career in commercial real estate?
- What were the challenges in entering a male-dominated industry?
- Did you have a mentor? How did that make a difference?
- Thinking back, was there a watershed moment when you knew this industry was right for you?
- What consistent behaviors have helped you get to this point?
For additional information about the event, please visit: 1st Annual St. Louis Women in Real Estate Virtual Summit
REjournals, the parent publication of Midwest REnews, is an online publication focused on commercial real estate news, covering the intricacies of the sector from key influencers to the newest developments in America’s heartland and south. They provide a vast array of analysis, breaking news and insight for industry professionals with a variety of publications including Midwest Real Estate News, Illinois Real Estate Journal, Minnesota Real Estate Journal, Chicago Industrial Properties and REDNews in Texas.
About Sarah J. Luem
Sarah represents individuals and closely-held businesses of all sizes and in all stages of growth in corporate and transactional matters. She focuses her practice on resolving complex legal matters affecting businesses in a variety of industries – particularly those involving ownership disputes, succession planning, and business divorces.
For additional information about Sarah, please visit her profile.
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