Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available for Taylor Johnson client Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate (MBIRE) at Roosevelt University’s 20th annual Real Estate Gala on Thursday, Sept. 30, at The Old Post Office. TJ will once again manage the event, which is MBIRE’s largest fundraiser to help fund programming, industry opportunities and additional resources for students. This year’s Gala will honor Michelle Mills Clement, CEO of the Chicago Association of Realtors, with MBIRE’s Industry Changemaker Award.
MBIRE offers graduate real estate degrees, an undergraduate real estate major and graduate certificate programs with challenging curriculums, renowned professors and a distinguished Advisory Board that, together, provide students an opportunity for real-world learning. Its diverse student body is led by Collete English Dixon, the first woman of color to oversee a university-based real estate education program in the U.S. This year, MBIRE established a Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) program to provide opportunities for industry professionals to add a graduate degree to their otherwise experienced career at a lower cost – helping to advance more real estate careers within the industry.
We hope you’ll join MBIRE for a special evening on Sept. 30. And if you’re looking for assistance in planning a real estate event of your own, whether it be in person, virtual or both, please contact Emily Johnson to learn more about Taylor Johnson’s event planning services.