The Global Real Estate DEI Survey 2022 was released in December, showing that DEI initiatives are broadening among commercial real estate companies in North America and globally.
Not only are firms focused on gender and gender identity as well as race, ethnicity and nationality - but other dimensions of diversity are also being addressed, the Survey shows. And for the first time in North America, non-binary demographics have been collected.
During this complimentary webinar, NAREIM joins with Ferguson Partners, NCREIF and REALPAC to review the emerging trends from the DEI Survey 2022 - and to answer questions on the biggest challenges being faced by real estate investment managers.
Join us on Jan 26, 2022 from 1pm ET and hear Dionna Johnson Sallis, Director of Diversity, Equity & inclusion, at Ferguson Partners walk through the key takeaways from the Survey
1pm: Welcome comments
1.05pm: Introduction and key takeaways
Dionna Johnson Sallis, Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Ferguson Partners
Lindsay Wilhusen, Survey Director, Ferguson Partners
1.35pm: Open Q&A with attendees
2pm: End of meeting
Note, this meeting is hosted on Zoom by REALPAC and you will be directed to a REALPAC registration page by clicking the link below.
The Global Real Estate DEI Survey 2022 collected responses from 192 unique organizations and represents more than 357,041 FTEs, $2.34 trillion of AUM and a cross section of the commercial real estate industry in terms of size, region and business classification. The Survey tracks:
DEI program structure, resources and ownership
Policies focused on recruitment, retention, training and development, inclusivity, tracking and accountability and pay equity
Employee demographics by gender, gender identity, race/ethnicity and nationality and age across seniority and job functions in North America as well as gender, gender identity and age across seniority in Asia-Pacific and Europe.
The 2022 Global Real Estate DEI Survey, a partnership between ANREV, INREV, NAREIM, NCREIF, PREA, REALPAC and ULI and conducted by Ferguson Partners.
2022 DEI Partnership Sub-committee members
Chair: Reisa Bryan, Nuveen Real Estate
Alexandra Williams, Barings Real Estate
Chasity Boyce, Barings Real Estate
June Munshi, The CenterCap Group
Dave Kutayiah, Clarion Partners
Rachna Velamati, Heitman
Deena Goodman, PGIM Real Estate
Pat Bailey, Principal Real Estate Investors