CoreNet Southwest donates $50,000 to fund UT Dallas real estate scholarships, fellowships
CoreNet Southwest announced Thursday at the D CEO C-Suite Luncheon that it is donating $50,000 to the University of Texas at Dallas Real Estate Program to fund an endowment for student scholarships and fellowships. The CoreNet Southwest UTD Real Estate Program Scholarship/Fellowship endowment was presented at CoreNet's third annual D CEO
C-Suite Panel Luncheon Thursday, Sept. 25th, to Dr. Randall Guttery, Director of Real Estate Programs for the UT Dallas Jindal School of Management.
According to Gensler Principal Ted Kollaja, the president of CoreNet Southwest, CoreNet's conctribution was raised primarily through the proceeds of its annual golf tournament, which this year was held in May at Old American Golf Club in The Colony. More than 100 golfers and tournament sponsors participated in the networking event. The next CoreNet Southwest Golf Experience is scheduled for Oct. 5, 2015 at Las Colinas Country Club in Irving.
From the D CEO C-Suite Luncheon, (left to right) CoreNet Southwest Vice President J.J. Williams; Bottle Rocket CEO Calvin Carter;
Hillwood Development & Perot Companies CEO Ross Perot Jr.; D Magazine Managing Editor Christine Perez; Barclays Bank Managing
Director Mike Naggar; Perkins+Will Senior Associate Gardner Vass, and; CoreNet Southwest President Ted Kollaja.
The D CEO C-Suite Luncheon was sponsored by:
RECENT NBC TOUR
Ted Kollaja, head of Gensler's Dallas office and CoreNet Southwest president, lobbies to take over for NBC 5 Chief Meteorologist David Finfrock during CoreNet Southwest's recent NBC studio tour. Below, J.J. Williams, Regional Business Development Director for ValleyCrest Landscape Companies and CoreNet Southwest vice president, addresses the group prior to the tour. The NBC studio tour was sponsored by KDC, which developed the property, and Business Interiors and Steelcase furnished it.