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The end of corporate real estate — revisited
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Glen Wong received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Southern California. He began his professional work in corporate real estate at Walt Disney Imagineering. He subsequently served as Vice President of Real Estate for Turner Broadcasting System and Senior Director and Head of Corporate Properties at Invesco, overseeing their respective global property portfolios. He was then recruited by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom to serve as Regional Asset Manager for the Americas. He now practises as Vice President of Transaction Sciences at Transwestern, a real estate services and investment firm. He is an editorial board member of Corporate Real Estate Journal and holds the Senior Leader of Corporate Real Estate (SLCR) designation from CoreNet Global. He has been an instructor for CoreNet Global, a lecturer at Georgia State University and for the Real Estate Associate Program.
CitationWong, Glen (2021, September 1). The end of corporate real estate — revisited. In the Corporate Real Estate Journal, Volume 11, Issue 1.