Wednesday, October 29, 2008

John Hsu Accepted into 2009 Jay W. Levine Leadership Developement Academy



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JOHN HSU ACCEPTED INTO 2009 JAY W. LEVINE
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY SPONSORED BY CCIM INSTITUTE

Is One of 12 CCIM Designees Nationwide to Complete Program

CHICAGO (October 2008) – John Hsu of Whittier, California was accepted into the 2009 Jay W. Levine Leadership Development Academy, a program established by the CCIM Institute to help foster the development of the next generation of leaders in the commercial investment real estate industry.

John Hsu who is also a MBA, Certified Property Manager (CPM) of STC Management will be among 12 Certified Commercial Investment Members (CCIMs) from across the nation who will participate in a wide range of team building exercises throughout the year.

Established in 2003, the Leadership Development Academy is designed to build a network of CCIM leaders whose increased awareness and commitment to service will help shape the future of the CCIM Institute, the governing body of the largest commercial real estate network in the world. Participants also develop personal talents and skills that impact and influence everyday business relationships.

The academy is named in memory of Jay W. Levine, CCIM #2 and the first president of the CCIM Institute. Mr. Levine was an inspirational and industry leader for close to four decades before his death in January 2002.

John Hsu is scheduled to complete Academy requirements during the Institute’s fall business meetings in Chicago in October 2009.

John Hsu currently leads STC Management and specializes in asset management in Southern California.

Based in Chicago, the CCIM Institute confers the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation to commercial real estate professionals through an extensive curriculum of 200 classroom hours, in additional to professional industry experience. Currently, there are more than 9,400 CCIMs in 1,000 markets worldwide. An additional 9,000 practitioners are pursuing the designation.

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