‘life is what we make it’.
That’s why we make an impact with everything
we do, all around the world.
That’s why we make it sustainable
We make it inclusive
We make it efficient
We make it work
We make an impact
Because we know
Life is what we make it.
In Chicago, Brielle Lisa is here to advocate and be an ally for a more inclusive and equitable world. As a communications manager and Employee Resource Group leader, Brielle brings her passion for diversity, equity and inclusion to life, and inspires her community to make an impact.
In Singapore, Nadia Asmir is delivering hospitality level service, helping both maintain the Singapore Sports Hub and also supporting unique events like the AFF Suzuki Cup and Rugby 7s. She knows that growth happens when you step out of your comfort zone, and let opportunities come your way.
As Managing Principal for Washington operations, Alison Beddard is not only making things happen for our clients across the state, but also helping women succeed in commercial real estate around the world. Through her leadership with CREW Network and with our Women’s Integrated Network, Alison is building a more inclusive industry.
Nicole is making the next generation excited about a career in engineering. This is important in a growing sector in which globally women only make up 16%. As one of our fierce female role models, Nicole leads by example bringing innovative thinking to our global occupier clients whilst also being a volunteer firefighter, helping make her community safer.
Priya Kharbanda showed the world her creative talents by writing some great books for children. Then, she donated the proceeds to raise vital funds for the local Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity. Employees making the most of their talents and ability to contribute are the kind of inspirational stories we love the most.
Max is a Para-Equestrian who trains and competes in the dressage discipline at a Paralympic level. Max did all the hard work, we just make sure he had an enthusiastic, supportive and flexible work environment, so he can bring his A-game to work and the Paralympics.