FARMINGTON: Women in Commercial Real Estate in Connecticut are few and far between, only three of the forty-six SIOR member in the Connecticut/Western Mass chapter are women. CREW-CT says, it is “dedicated to supporting and advancing the achievements of women in commercial real estate”, the group has elected Courtney Hendricson as its new president to lead that mission.
Hendricson, is vice president of municipal services at the Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC), where she “designs and implements economic development strategies and drives CERC’s services to Connecticut municipalities."
Prior to joining CERC, Hendricson’s career focused on governmental economic development where she served as assistant town manager in Enfield, economic development director in Farmington, as well as director of community development for the Connecticut Main Street Center.
Elected to additional officer positions and CREW CT’s executive committee are: Colleen Sheridan of, R.M. Bradley, president-elect; Melissa Ferrucci of, CohnReznick, treasurer; Elizabeth Strole, Rome Clifford Katz & Koerner, secretary; Monika Avery, of the S/L/A/M Collaborative, national delegate; and Jennifer Marks, of the BL Companies, sponsorships and past president.