For many non-profit organizations, how to think about real estate, or their office space, is an important but often overlooked issue. From identifying specific requirements for space and location, ensuring relevant approvals are in place, to engaging key professionals to guide them through the process, there are many steps that non-profits need to consider before they can even start to negotiate their lease and occupancy terms. In this session, George Georghiades, Principal and CEO of Lexington Park Real Estate Capital Inc., will present his five ideas on how non-profits can best prepare, manage, and use their office space.
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Speaker: George Georghiades, Principal and CEO,
Lexington Park Real Estate Capital Inc.
George leads and oversees Lexington Park’s team of investment, asset management, and development professionals. Prior to co-founding Lexington Park, George held progressively senior roles at McKinsey & Company, serving both its Private Equity and Institutional Investor Practice and providing guidance on a wide range of issues related to alternative asset class investing, specifically real estate and private equity. A Loran Scholar from the Class of 1995, George was the first alumnus to serve on the board of the Loran Scholars Foundation. He has also served as Board Treasurer for the Design Exchange, Canada’s Design Museum. He holds a BA in Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, an MSc. in Real Estate Economics and Finance at the London School of Economics, and an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School at Harvard University.