What Women Of Color Can Teach Us About Networking

August 23, 2021

Building connections can be a key tool for women of color to break down racial and gender barriers in CRE. Knowing Collete English Dixon, executive director of Taylor Johnson client Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate, has mastered this skill, we offered her as a source for GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum’s story on how women of color use networking to move their careers forward. In the article, English Dixon explains how she joined CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) as a newcomer to the industry to find mentorship. Eventually, she became president of CREW, a role that gave her instant credibility, and held leadership roles in several other CRE organizations. “Take every opportunity you can to be in the room and add value to the conversation,” she advises. Open TJ TALK to learn more networking tips. https://conta.cc/3kgUHvk

Collete English Dixon of Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate says networking helps women of color gain a seat at the proverbial table.


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