Congratulations to Cushman & Wakefield’s Pam Chau, Assistant Property Manager at Wilshire Grand Center, who recently received the Rising Star Award from the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International in Greater Los Angeles. She was awarded at the Real Assets Conference & Exhibitor Showcase 2019 that took place on March 8 at The L.A. Hotel Downtown.
As part of BOMA’s Real Assets Mentorship Program, program participants are entered into the Rising Star Award competition, where points are earned by attending networking events, educational events, volunteering, participating on a committee, chairing a committee, and attending the conference.
“We are thrilled that Pam has been recognized as a BOMA Rising Star,” said Toni Reed, General Manager of Wilshire Grand Center. “Pam’s dedication to her role has included involvement in BOMA activities which adds enormous value to the execution of her day-to-day responsibilities at Wilshire Grand Center. Her commitment to greater learning and networking with her peers and among relevant industry members helps us to remain current and abreast of trends and best practices in building management.”
Founded in 1915, BOMA Greater Los Angeles is one of the largest local BOMA associations representing 135 million square feet of office and industrial space in the Greater Los Angeles area.