Maureen Ehrenberg, JLL’s head of Global Integrated Facilities Management, has been named one of Real Estate Forum’s 2015 “Women of Influence.” In her role, she presides over more than one billion square feet of space and a team of more than 15,000 facility professionals and engineers.
“Maureen is a preeminent global leader in facility management, who has a dedication and passion for the industry,” said John Forrest, CEO of Corporate Solutions, Americas, JLL, in a press release. “We are very pleased and excited to see her recognized as a Real Estate Forum Woman of Influence.”
This year’s Women of Influence have more than 1,200 years of combined experience in the commercial real estate industry, including the fields of brokerage and ownership, legal, accounting and institutional and consultancy.
“Our 2015 Women of Influence not only stood out from a pool of more than 350 high-caliber nominees, but they have also carved out a reputation for themselves among their counterparts in the overall commercial real estate industry,” said Sule Aygoren, editor in chief of Real Estate Forum, in a press release. “Be it through their deal-making prowess, business knowledge or contributions to the industry or their firm — and, more often than not, a combination of these traits — these professionals have exhibited the characteristics that exemplify leadership.”
Ehrenberg’s passions lie with creating more opportunities for smaller companies, minority- and women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs in real estate. She provides mentorship through CREW’s “Bridging the C-Suite Gap” program and is committed to advancing careers for women in commercial real estate.