Barbi Reuter is among seven commercial real estate leaders elected to the CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Network global board of directors, serving in the capacity of President-Elect in 2021. The new leaders were introduced on Sept. 17 at the virtual 2020 CREW Network Convention.
CREW is the industry’s leading advocate for the advancement of women in commercial real estate, and Reuter will be the first Tucsonan to lead the 12,000 member organization when she serves as President in 2022.
“I am honored and thrilled to serve at this critical inflection point. Working with President Tiffany English and the other stellar leaders serving CREW Network will be a privilege as we work to drive meaningful change.”
“CREW Network has a 31-year history of women leaders advancing our mission and influencing the industry, creating opportunity and success for all,” said CREW Network CEO Wendy Mann. “This board will bring unique perspectives, skills, and expertise to our global organization, and lead our efforts to create a more diverse, inclusive, and equal industry.”
Barbi Reuter is Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, and Designated Broker of Tucson’s employee-owned Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR. After a two-decade career in property management, Reuter was promoted to Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR COO in 2014, President in 2017, and CEO in 2020. A founding member of CREW Tucson since 2003, she has been an active advocate for member-to-member business and a chapter leader, serving as president in 2013, and a two-year CREW Network board term in 2015 and 2016. Reuter serves on the boards of the Tucson Metro Chamber, YMCA of Southern Arizona, Sun Corridor Inc., and the PICOR Charitable Foundation. She was honored by Greater Tucson Leadership as Tucson’s 2019 “Woman of the Year” and has received “Woman of Influence” recognition at the national level.