Trainor Fairbrook is pleased to announce that our managing partner, Candy Harper, was honored by the Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Sacramento with its Woman of Influence Award at the organization’s annual awards ceremony on February 23. Candy is the Chair of Trainor Fairbrook’s Leasing and Property Management Practice. Candy was honored for her decades-long commitment to the commercial real estate industry, and to many charitable and business organizations within our community. She has been the managing partner of Trainor Fairbrook for over 20 years, and has grown it to be the largest commercial real estate law firm in the Central Valley.
The Nancy Hotchkiss Woman of Impact Award, named after our firm’s late partner, Nancy Hotchkiss, was awarded to Meea Kang, She is an award-winning leader in infill development and president of Domus Development, LLC, a company she founded, specializing in high-density, low-energy mixed use infill housing for people from diverse economic backgrounds. Nancy Hotchkiss was the President of CREW Sacramento in 1989, and served on its Boards and Committees for many years. CREW Sacramento renamed its top award after her this year.
CREW Sacramento was founded in 1982 by a group of women working in similar areas of the real estate profession who were interested in exchanging ideas and information. Since that time CREW Sacramento’s membership has more than tripled and continues to be a growing organization, which meets regularly for educational luncheons, networking and socializing. The Women of Impact Award celebrates a CREW Sacramento member that has had a profound impact on the local real estate industry while overcoming significant challenges. Such challenges include breaking through barriers, defying the glass ceiling, as well as mentoring other women to success.