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It has been three years since the pandemic changed the way we work, travel, and do business. San Francisco’s financial district is still adjusting to a new way of operating. Join us on March 22nd for an in-person luncheon to hear from industry experts on office leasing, building operations, design and market research.
March 22, 2023
The City Club | 155 Sansome Street, 11th Floor, San Francisco
11:30 a.m. | Check-In & Networking
12:00 p.m. | Lunch & Welcome
12:10 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. | Program
Amy Campbell, Senior Associate | Gensler
Amy Campbell is a Senior Associate and Studio Director in San Francisco. Before joining Gensler in 2012, Amy worked internationally and in a range of environments from theater and television set design to architecture. She’s been described as a "big picture" thinker with a strong focus on building repositioning and adaptive reuse projects. A few of her notable projects include the repositioning of 45 Fremont Street’s lobby and ground floor retail, 88 Kearny Street’s award-winning lobby redesign, 888 Brannan, and Airbnb HQ.
Recently, Amy co-authored a resiliency study of San Francisco that has been published in the San Francisco Chronicle and featured in the San Francisco Business Times, The Mercury News, and on KCBS as well as interviewed on NBC Bay Area. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University and her Master of Architecture from University of Pennsylvania.
Rod Diehl, SVP | BXP
Rod Diehl is Senior Vice President of leasing for Boston Properties and oversees all leasing activities for their Bay Area portfolio including San Francisco, the Peninsula, and properties in the Silicon Valley. Some of his larger projects include Embarcadero Center (3.3 MSF of office and retail), Salesforce Tower (1.4 MSF completed in 2018), 535 Mission Street (300K SF, completed in 2014) and Platform 16 in San Jose (1.1 MSF). Prior to joining Boston Properties in 2005, Rod worked for Bedford Property Investors where he held positions of Senior Vice President of Acquisitions and Regional Manager for Northern California during his tenure. He also worked for Koll Management Services and Cushman & Wakefield over his 30+ years in the commercial real estate industry. Rod is a licensed real estate broker in the State of California, and is a member of ULI, NAIOP and ICSC. He holds a B.A. degree in Economics from the University of California at Davis, and an M.B.A. degree from St. Mary’s College.
Nicole Hom, Managing Director | JLL
A purposeful leader with a demonstrated track record of top and bottom-line growth, Nicole Hom currently oversees JLL’s Northern California Property Management business comprised of 40M+ square feet of office, industrial, and mixed-use assets.
Over the past 20 years, Nicole’s forward thinking, pragmatic, and collaborative leadership style has enabled her to effectively oversee a diverse team of over 180 real estate professionals, cultivating a culture of teamwork, ethics, and excellence.
Since the pandemic onset, Nicole has grown the Northern California region’s property management business by 7.8M square feet, increased top-line revenues by 29% and increased NOI by 20%. Before her role as Regional Manager, Nicole was a Senior Vice President and Group Manager, representing several of JLL’s top institutional clients.
Alex Quinn, Senior Director of Research | JLL
Mr. Quinn is the Senior Director of Research for Northern California at JLL. He has over 20 years of planning and economic analysis experience and specializes in real estate development, economic forecasting, and urban regeneration. Mr. Quinn leads commercial real estate research efforts for JLL’s Northern California region, providing insights on prevailing commercial real estate demand, regional economic dynamics, and shifting business behavior that shape our built environment.
Mr. Quinn has advised developers, building owners, and tenants on site selection, building recommendations, amenity packages, and strike price for office, lab, research and development, and multifamily projects in Northern California. Mr. Quinn also develops the North American tech report which identifies the top 30 markets for tech companies in the U.S. and Canada.
Prior to joining JLL, Mr. Quinn led an economic consulting practice and has served as expert testimony to the U.S. Congress on infrastructure investments and their downstream impacts to economic growth. He has also worked on multiple feasibility studies for clients in the Bay Area, including the finance plan for resiliency investments for coastal zones under threat from sea level rise. He has also worked on numerous international development projects, including in Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore.
Mr. Quinn is a professor at University of California, Berkeley where he also received his Masters degree in City and Regional Planning. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the American Planning Association.
Michael Choung, VP | BXP
Early Registration: $95 per person until 3/15/23. $110 per person after 3/15/23. No refunds will be provided for cancellations or no-shows after 3/15/23. If you require an invoice, please contact Sylwia Preis at [email protected]
The BOMA SF Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee are excited to partner with The Women's Building in Honor of Women's History month! In 1979, The Women’s Building is the first woman-owned and operated community center in the country and today welcomes over 25,000 clients each year for in-house programs and gain access to social services, attend workshops and meetings, take wellness classes, volunteer, hold celebrations, and deepen their community connections.
The DEI Committee will be hosting a donation drive on March 22 at the City Club during the Member Luncheon at the San Francisco City Club. Below is a list of items we are looking to collect:
- Underwear (new – sizes S-4x)
- Hairdryers, hair straighteners, combs/brushes (new)
- Reusable water bottles
- Menstrual products
- Home cleaning supplies (products/cleaners, disinfectant wipes, sponges, laundry detergent, etc.)
- Hygiene wipes
- Clipper cards
- Gift cards (uber, visa, as examples)
- Mini first aid kits
- Reusable bags (shopping or personal)
Please help us support this organization which empowers women and provides people with the tools and resources to create better lives for themselves, their family and their community.