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Team Profiles


Cushman & Wakefield

Corporate Culture

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CARRI LYON Executive Managing Director Co-Head, N ational N ot-for-Profit PracticeGroup One World Trade Center, 45th Floor | New York, NY 10007 | Direct 917-509-0981 |

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE As a broker, attorney and site selection specialist, Elinore Carrington “Carri” Lyon has over 26 years of broad-based real estate experience. Ms. Lyon currently serves as Co- Head of Cushman&Wakefield’s National Not-for-Profit Practice Group. In addition to themany technology, marketing, law and financial services companies she has represented, Ms. Lyon has also assisted numerous not-for- profit organizations in space acquisitions and dispositions, and she is regarded as one of the leading nonprofit brokers inNewYork City. Prior to work in commercial leasing, Ms. Lyon was an attorney with the firmStroock & Stroock &Lavan LLP where her practice was primarily in the areas of real estate finance and commercial leasing. While at Stroock, she participated in assignments for such clients as Goldman, Sachs &Co., Citigroup, Lehman Brothers andWal-Mart Stores. Before attending law school, she worked as a management consultant performing site selections and space analyses for health care providers.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS • Member, WX/Women Executives in Real Estate • New York State Bar Association • Member, Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION • Mann Publications/Mann Charitable Foundation’s “Leading Ladies 2019” • Commercial Observer’s Twenty TopWomen in Commercial Real Estate • Real Estate New York’s “Woman of Influence” • Community Access “Good Neighbor” Gala Honoree • Recognized by the Stonewall Community Foundation • Board of Directors, HealthCare Chaplaincy Network • Board of Directors, Maria Droste Counseling Services • Yale Alumni Association/Yale Club EDUCATION • J.D, New York University School of Law • B.A. magna cum laude, Economics/History of Art, Yale University for her many years of charitable work COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP

• Friends of Crown Heights Educational Centers, Inc. • GayMen of African Descent • Gladney Center for Adoption • Global Coalition on HIV/ AIDS, TB andMalaria • GMHC • Guideposts • Hadassah • Helen Frankenthaler Foundation • Hetrick-Martin Institute/The Harvey Milk High School • Human Rights First • Jewish Community Centers Association of North America

• Keep A Child Alive • League for the Hard of Hearing • TheMunicipal Art Society of New York • The Nancy Graves Foundation • The Nathan Cummings Foundation • The National Association of Women Artists • National Domestic Workers Alliance • The National LGBTQ Task Force • The National Urban Technology Center • New York Cares • Nextbook • Partnership for the Homeless

• Partnership with Children • Points of Light Foundation • Presbyterian Senior Services • Safe Space • SUS/Services for the Underserved • The ThurgoodMarshall Scholarship Fund • Trinity Church Preschool and Nursery • Upwardly Global • TheWallace Foundation • TheWillemde Kooning Foundation • Women’s Initiative for Self-Employment • Women’s Refugee Commission • Youth Foundation

CLIENTS SERVED • ACMH, Inc. • Advocates for Children • The Association of Junior Leagues International • The Barnett Newman Foundation • Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York • College Art Association of America • Community Access • Dieu Donne Papermill • Drug Policy Alliance • Education Alliance • EngenderHealth • The Family Center • Fiver Children’s Foundation

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The most engaging bird I’ve ever met was “Cindy”, a rescue raven who lived with a family friend. Wemet when Iwas about 10—I had recently read “TheRaven’ in school and had my doubts, but Cindywonme over. Not onlywas she extremely intelligent but shewas also very playful, andwas happiest when serving as an “Animal Ambassador” at schools and youth clubs. If the children didn’t move quickly

enough to greet her, she would run over to them to make the introduction. She also had a very good vocabulary and was able to say things like “hello”, “pardon me” and “permesso” (somewhere along the way, she’d learned some Italian). I’d never had a pet – my sister’s allergies had precluded it – but Cindy certainly filled the void. Thanks to her, I became very interested in birds, and it’s an interest that continues to this day.

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MARK WEISS Executive Vice Chairman 1290 Avenue of the Americas | New York, NY 10104 | Direct +1 212 841 7871 |

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE Mark S. Weiss joined Cushman &Wakefield, Inc. as an Executive Vice Chairman and member of the firm’s Global Advisory Board in January 2016, and having established himself as a leading commercial broker/ advisor/tactician within the real estate industry. His range of experience and expertise includes successfully completing some of City’s most noteworthy and complex transactions in leasing, sales and development. With 35 years of experience in commercial real estate, Mr. Weiss has completed more than 1,800 transactions comprising a broad range of sizes, scope and innovation. The majority of these transactions have been completed in New York. Prior to joining Cushman &Wakefield, Mark worked at The Edward S. Gordon Company, Studley, and most recently Newmark Knight Frank. Mark is also a published author, having written an acclaimed book on the impact of breast cancer on the spouse of a breast cancer patient. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and three children.


• Cornell University, Columbia University, Princeton University, Hunter College, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, The Spence School, TheWindward School, Doctors Without Borders, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Catholic Charities, Children’s Aid Society, New York Proton Center – partnership betweenMt. Sinai Hospital, ProHealth, MSKCC, andMontefiore Hospital – 190,000 SF (Largest commercial transaction executed in Harlem) • EisnerAmper, The Blackstone Group, Owl Rock Capital, Clarins, AppNexus, Leeds Equity, Medical Liability Mutual Insurance Company • Cleary Gottlieb, Hogan Lovells, Osler, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, Fross Zelnick, Kasowitz Benson, Hughes Hubbard &Reed, Mintz Levin, Jackson Lewis, Fox Rothschild, Ropes &Gray • SEIU 32-BJ, Local 79 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS • Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Achilles Track Club (Achilles International) • Board of Directors of The NewYork Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION • REBNY’s New York’s “Most Ingenious Deal of the Year” award for 2005, 2010, 2015 and 2017. Second most wins in the history of The Real Estate Board of New York (founded in 1896). • Long Island’s “Most Ingenious Deal of the Year” award for 2006, 2015 • New Jersey’s “Most Ingenious Deal of the Year” award for 2015 EDUCATION • Graduate of the David Rockefeller Fellows Class of 2005 and Syracuse University, SI Newhouse School of Public Communications Class of 1984


I love ducks. Above the water, no matter how fast they are swimming they show a calm stillness. They are also team players as evidenced watching them fly in formation. However, I love them most because as a child my dad and I used to watch them in Camaan’s Pond every Sunday morning before he took me for

chocolate chip pancakes. Ducks make me happy.

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I am a member of the Garnet Hill Property Owners Association. We are stewards of 650 acres that include pristine woods that abut Thirteenth Lake in the Adirondacks. Thirteenth Lake falls within the New York State designated 114,000- acre Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area of the Adirondack Forest Preserve.

Each spring we welcome back the loons for another season on Thirteenth Lake, and we listen for their calls across the lake. Many kayak trips are highlighted by paddling parallel to these seasonal visitors. A few years ago, GHPOA was instrumental in eliminating gas motors from the lake, allowing the lake to remain a pristine home to these loons. It’s not summer until you hear their calls echo across the lake.

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EDWARD DONNERY Executive Managing Director, Strategic Advisory Group 1290 Avenue of the Americas | New York, NY 10104 | Direct +212 841 7690 |

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE Edward F. Donnery is an Executive Managing Director of Cushman &Wakefield’s Strategic Advisory Group. His team applies a strategic approach to recommend cost effective occupancy solutions to a wide range of clients. In order to design the right real estate platform, the group seeks to understand clients’ core business drivers, and operational strategies that will impact real estate. The group achieves stakeholder consensus by applying a series of diagnostic tools to promote a transparent recommendation. Ed focuses on scenario development of viable alternatives, complex financial modeling and the accounting implications of real estate transactions. Prior to joining Cushman &Wakefield in 2001, Ed spent 12 years with Bankers Trust Company and Deutsche Bank where he was Vice President of Corporate Real Estate. In that position, he supported integration and cost savings initiatives for the 6 million square foot real estate portfolio of three consolidated companies (Deutsche Bank, Bankers Trust Company, and Alex Brown & Company) located in 50 cities throughout the United States. These efforts provided Ed with extensive experience in portfolio assessment, and the development of acquisition and disposition strategies to satisfy projected occupancy requirements and business adjacencies.

MAJOR TRANSACTIONS • Moody’s (900,000 sf ) • Bank of America (360,000 sf ) • Natixis (185,000 sf ) • BNP Paribas (350,000 sf ) • NYCHealth &Hospitals (240,000 sf ) • Federal Reserve Bank of NewYork (625,000 sf ) • BinghamMcCutchen (450,000 sf ) • Madison Square Garden (150,000 sf ) • Lazard (420,000 sf ) • Mellon Investor Services (450,000 sf ) • BASF (320,000 sf ) • VF Sportswear (120,000 sf ) • Dreyfus Corporation (400,000 sf ) EDUCATION • MS – Real Estate Investment and Analysis, NewYork University • BBA – Economics, Pace University, Lubin School of Business • Weill Cornell Medical (200,000 sf ) • Farmers Insurance (500,000 sf ) • Nomura (900,000 sf )

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RACHEL’S FRIENDS Cardinal Grosbeak

I like the symbolic nature of the cardinal—I might be weird, but I believe in their symbolism (it’s great to get visits from my grandmother).

“We regularly make bird feeders (all natural) to support our bird friends”

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RACHEL CASANOVA Senior Managing Director Workplace Innovation 1290 Avenue of the Americas | New York, NY 10104 | Direct +212 698 2666 |

in their businesses. She believes that disruption to the status quo is surely upon us and we need to use all levers to own the change, not be swept up by changing expectations. After serving on the Board for 6 years, she is the current Co-President of the Human Ecology Alumni Association Board at Cornell University and is actively engaged in numerous community building efforts in her town where she lives with her husband and two middle- school aged children. SELECT CLIENTS • BVN • Cleary Gottlieb • The Federal Reserve Bank • University of Pennsylvania Health SystemCenter for Healthcare Technology • Alexicon Pharmaceuticals • American Express • Discovery Communications • Citadel • The Rockefeller Foundation • Thomson Reuters • MetLife • KPMG • United Nations • Cushman &Wakefield • Mintz Levin • Fitzpatrick Cellas • Fried Frank

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE Rachel Casanova joined Cushman &Wakefield in 2019 as Senior Managing Director, Workplace Innovation. Prior to joining the firm she founded Balansett after working in the field of Workplace Strategy for the last 23 years, helping companies transform their real estate assets in order to reinforce long-term business strategies, corporate culture, and increasingly integrated space, technology, and performance goals. During the course of her career, she has had an opportunity to address workplace-related advances frommultiple vantage points—working within an end user environment, commercial furniture manufacturer, multiple architectural firms and, most recently, leading the Connected Spaces global practice at a digital marketing and communications company. Her portfolio spans strategic and occupancy planning, programming, culture driven workplace strategy, and workplace standards development. She also has deep experience in transition management for today’s evolving workplaces. Her clients span legal firms, professional services, technology, nonprofits, and architectural firms. She is frequently called upon as a subject matter expert and has contributed regularly to CoreNet audiences in conferences and education seminars. She has recently spoken at Worktech. RealComm, CRE Tech, Cornell University, NYU, IIDA Facility Forum, and Neocon. At Balansett, Rachel was working with progressive companies that are motivated to use the workplace to support and lead culture, innovation, and growth

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ELYSE JOHNSON SANTIC Head of PDS Operations, Americas 1290 Avenue of the Americas | New York, NY 10104 | Direct +1 212-328-4255 |

Prior to joining Cushman &Wakefield, Elyse was a Senior Project Manager for Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) where she managed the design and construction of projects for Aetna Life Insurance Company, Aspen Specialty, the Apollo Theater Walk of Fame, BT Americas, Convergent Wealth Advisors, Diageo, Healthfirst, Macmillan, Medidata Solutions, NYS Department of Transportation, and Willkie Farr & Gallagher. Prior to JLL, she was a Senior Project Manager for the Interiors Studio at Corgan Associates Architects PC where she managed the design and construction of projects for Hallmark Magazine, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Citigroup’s 100,000 SF disaster recovery facility and the relocation of the corporate headquarters for Capital Mercury Apparel, Ltd and North American Airlines. Her experience also includes five years as a Project Manager at TPG Architecture, LLC (TPG). While at TPG, she managed the design and construction of projects such as Marsh & McLennan Companies, MTV Networks, NBC Universal, New York Life Insurance Company Studio 51, and the award winning 350,000 SF global headquarters of CNBC. Elyse began her professional career in the architectural acoustics field at Walters-Storyk Design Group and was part of the design teams for Alan May Listening Room/Home Theatre, Allaire Studios, Carter Burwell Studios, Ex’Pression Centre for New Media, James Earl Jones Theater, Lower East Side, and Timbaland Studios.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE Elyse A. Johnson Šantić joined Cushman &Wakefield in 2013 as the Global Occupier Services (GOS) Account Director of the project management and support staff located throughout North America providing Project Management services to a global financial institution. In December 2015, she moved into Cushman & Wakefield’s Corporate Real Estate Services department as the Global Project Management Lead to oversee the development, execution and ongoing management of the global real estate strategy at the portfolio and individual site level to align with the firm’s business unit goals and objectives for markets throughout the globe. She directed the strategic planning and project activities at all Cushman &Wakefield locations in order to achieve a consistent delivery of the company’s workplace and technology strategy to align with the firm’s purpose, culture, and brand. In April 2018, Elyse was promoted to the Head of PDS Operations, Americas for Cushman &Wakefield’s Project & Development Services (PDS) department where she is responsible for the development and operation of PDS’ market leading operating model for the delivery of capital projects for Cushman &Wakefield’s clients and to lead the PDS team to achieve consistency and efficiency. She champions the development and delivery of initiatives to provide outstanding customer service and customer advocacy, operational effectiveness and control, management of risk, training and mentoring, business continuity, governance and collaboration/cross-selling with other Cushman &Wakefield service lines. Elyse has over 20 years of architecture, design, project management, and real estate experience for corporate broadcasting, studio, corporate interiors, showroom/ retail, financial, and disaster recovery facilities projects providing account management, strategic planning, workplace strategy, pre-lease services, programming, design, construction documents, consultant coordination, budgeting, procurement, scheduling, and construction administration services.

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ELYSE’S FIRST bird LOVE Y ellow-Crowned A mazon When I was about 3 years old a yellow- crowned Amazon parrot flew into my grandparents’ home in Berbice, Guyana and landed on my father’s shoulder. My cousins fed the parrot and he, of course, refused to leave. My father decided that he would bring the bird back to the United States as a pet for me and my 4 siblings. The parrot repeatedly said “Robert”, which we named him. Whenever we came home from school Robert would greet us at the door singing “Hello, hello, hello”. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS • Associate AIA, American Institute of Architects • AssociateMember, Urban Land Institute • Council Member, Women Build Council of Habitat for Humanity • Member, National Association of Professional Women • BoardMember, 2013, 2014, Association of Real Estate Women PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION • Executive of theMonth | NewYorkReal Estate Journal , July 2017 • WBC’s OutstandingWomen 2014 | WomenBuilders Council, Inc. • TopWomen toWatch in 2014 | SokolMedia • VIPWoman of the Year for 2012–2013 | National Association of ProfessionalWomen • VIPWoman of the Year | TheMannReport , August 2012 • JLL’s Rising Star Dives Right In | Real EstateWeekly July 2012 • Panelist | CoreNETGlobal Part 3: How to SaveMoney on Construction Projects – Implementation andExecution , NewYork, NY, June 2011

EDUCATION • Bachelor of Architecture, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute • Bachelor of Science in Building Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

He would then climb onto my shoulder and watch as I did my homework. Robert was an incredible pet who went everywhere we went, repeated everything at the appropriate time and even did not mind when we dressed him up for Halloween. My love of the yellow-crowned Amazon started with Robert and I hope to own another parrot in the future.

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MICHAEL J. MONTESI Analyst, Strategic Advisory Group 1290 Avenue of the Americas | New York, NY 10104 | Direct +1 212.841.5922 |

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE Michael Montesi joined Cushman &Wakefield as part of the Tri-State Strategic Advisory Group in 2017. As an Analyst, he works closely with members of the Strategic Advisory, Brokerage, Project Management, and Capital Markets teams to develop complex commercial real estate strategies for clients. Michael plays a critical role in project due diligence and the development of financial models that detail the economic impact of real estate occupancies. Prior to joining the Strategic Advisory Group, Michael was an Associate in Cushman &Wakefield’s Professional Real Estate Program. A 12-month rotational program exposing Michael to Agency & Tenant Leasing, Valuation, Advisory Services, Research, and Marketing. Mr. Montesi previously held internships at Bullhorn, Inc. and HKS Capital Partners. I grew up in South Florida in a community surrounded by flocks of Burrowing Owls. Every house on my block seemed to have two sets of families, one human and one owl. Instead of making bird houses, we made canopies for the owls to shelter under during storms. MICHAEL’S BIRD STORY Burrowing Owl

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS • Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, New York State • Member, Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) • Member, Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity EDUCATION • B.S.B.A, Finance, Real Estate, Operation & Technology Management, Questrom School of Business, Boston University • Certified Green Belt, Lean Six Sigma

THINGS I WILL DO TO HELP BIRDS: • Don’t use one-use plastics • Install a bird feeder • Install a bird house • Don’t feed birds bread

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JENNIFER CASEY Associate, Brokerage Services 1290 Avenue of the Americas | New York, NY 10104 | Direct +1 212.841.7949 |

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE Jennifer Casey has served as an Associate within the Brokerage Services Group at Cushman &Wakefield since July 2015. Jennifer specializes in tenant and landlord representation services, and is focused on developing forward-thinking real estate strategies that align with her client’s business objectives and drive value for their future. During her time at Cushman &Wakefield, Jennifer has overseen numerous lease renewals, relocations, expansions and space dispositions for clients including The Foreign Policy Association, NY Hockey Holdings, and Global X Funds. Notable recent deals include representing the Consulate General of the State of Qatar in a 7,800-sf transaction, relocating their NYC Consulate in the Plaza District. Jennifer is also on the landlord agency team for 580 Fifth Avenue, an office building in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Jennifer received a B.A. in Business Economics from Brown University where she was a four-year member of the Women’s Varsity Soccer team. Jennifer is currently pursuing a M.S. in Real Estate - Finance and Investment from NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS • Member, Cornell Club of New York City • Co-Head of Continuing Education, Cushman & Wakefield’s Future Leaders (CWFL) EDUCATION • Bachelor of Arts, Brown University, Business Economics • Pursuing aMaster of Science, New York University, Real Estate Finance and Investment


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LAUREN HALE Associate Research Director 1290 Avenue of the Americas | New York, NY 10104 | Direct +1 212.841.5922 |

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE Lauren Hale joined Cushman &Wakefield (formerly DTZ) in 2013 as a Research Analyst in the Research Services Department. Ms. Hale utilizes her 10- plus years of research experience to act as a main resource for clients. Her main responsibilities include tracking real estate trends, forecasting market conditions, and collaborating with marketing groups and brokerage to position research to contribute to business development efforts. Along with assistance in research, Ms. Hale develops and writes white papers and industry analyses. Prior to joining Cushman &Wakefield, Ms. Hale worked with CoStar Group as a Certified Research Analyst. There, she conducted interviews for approximately 10,000 lease transactions and 600 sales comparable reports for the New York City region for transactions up to $15 million, and identified and contacted owners and leasing agents to verify building information. With that, Ms. Hale obtained and analyzed market data for a plethora of clients, including sales and leasing firms, financial institutions, building owners and media outlets. LAUREN’S MASCOT Bal t imore Oriole I first fell in l v with th Baltimore Oriole when I was nine and my family moved to Maryland. I learned quickly in order to live in Baltimore, you have to be a bird lover. Our first summer in Baltimore, I made my parents set up brightly colored bird feeders filled with

EDUCATION • Bachelor of Arts, Economics, Roanoke College • Omicron Delta Epsilon

peanut butter and grape jelly to attract them. The oriole and I had a very similar diet growing up. The orange- and-black plumage of the oriole is both beautiful and significant to the state of Maryland. And the oriole will always have a place in my heart ( both the bird and the team).

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YARDEN DRIMMER Executive Director, Brokerage Services 1290 Avenue of the Americas | New York, NY 10104 | Direct +1 212 328 4220 |

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE Yarden Drimmer is an Executive Director with Cushman &Wakefield Brokerage Services group. He holds a Master’s degree in Real Estate Finance and has over 17 years of real estate and finance experience. During his career, Yarden has worked primarily with Fortune 500 companies such as Verizon, Prudential, and Disney, developing portfolio optimization strategies, financial analysis tools, and managing over two million square feet of real estate transactions. Yarden operates out of Cushman &Wakefield’s New York office, where he is responsible for business development, client management, strategic planning, transaction support and developing complex financial analysis tools for portfolio clients. In addition to enhancing overall account service level performance, Yarden is responsible for assisting with portfolio analysis and optimization for a number of clients including Wipro, Surgery Partners, Scholastic, IBI Group, New York State, Diebold and the General Services Administration (GSA). Yarden has overall account management responsibilities for Aflac, Wipro, IBI Group, Scholastic, Surgery Partners, and Vivere. Prior to joining Cushman &Wakefield, Yarden was an employee of, and subsequently an independent contractor to, CBRE, where he was primarily responsible for developing and managing a global portfolio consolidation and optimization plan for The Nielsen Company, as well managing lease negotiations for Disney. NEW YORK CITY LEASING BROKERAGE • Faithful+Gould • Chainalysis • Coupa Software • Tevant Technologies • Sellics • LinkDex • Service Channel • TimeWarner • Wipro Worldwide • George P Johnson Companies • Wondersauce • Praytell • Aflac • Nathan Cummings Foundation • International School of Canada • Prelude Fertility • Fit4D • HealthCor


EDUCATION • Master of Real Estate Finance, New York University • Bachelor’s Degree, University of Texas IBI GROUP • 74 Global Locations • Client since 2013 • TransactionManagement, Lease Administration & Strategic Consulting INTEGRAMED • 122 North American Locations • Client since 2017 • TransactionManagement, Lease Administration & Strategic Consulting SCHOLASTIC • 70 Global Locations • Client since 2012 • TransactionManagement & Strategic Consulting

WIPRO • 85+ North American Locations • Client since 2014 • TransactionManagement &Strategic Consulting SURGERY PARTNERS • 200 North American Locations • Client since 2010 • TransactionManagement, Lease Administration & Strategic Consulting

YARDEN I want to be a H ummingbird

• MQS Capital • RecycleBank • Logicalis • The Jericho Project

• McAfee • Project

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JANICE O’NEILL Global Head of Talent Management and Diversity 1290 Avenue of the Americas | New York, NY 10104 | Direct: 212-841-7673 |

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE Janice joined Cushman andWakefield March 2015 and is located in the NYmidtown office. Janice leads Cushman andWakefield’s Global and Americas Talent Management and Diversity team, responsible for multiple learning programs and talent development initiatives. In her role Janice leads executive development and succession planning, leadership development, performance management, learning, engagement, and diversity & inclusion. Prior to joining Cushman and Wakefield, Janice was Global Head of Talent Management for KCG Holdings (2013 – 2015), where she led integration initiatives to facilitate the merger of two culturally diverse firms, Knight Capital Group and Getco. Her integration work included addressing firm values and culture, revamping the title structure and promotion process, building a change management process, developing and introducing a comprehensive, unified performance management process and implementing firm-wide employee engagement initiatives. Prior to the merger, Janice’s role at Knight Capital Group (2006–2013) was Managing Director, Global Head of Learning and Development, where she directed all leadership, management and employee development across a global financial services firm. Janice built a firm-wide learning program from the ground up and partnered with leaders throughout the firm to link learning and skill development to business objectives. Janice’s background also includes a mix of strategic consultation to business leaders, both as an internal change agent and external management consultant. Her previous career roles include change management and systems integration consulting with Accenture, leading organization effectiveness and talent pool development initiatives with Nabisco / Kraft Foods, and building her own independent talent consulting practice with multiple Fortune 500 companies.

COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP • Janice is active in philanthropic endeavours including her role as a board member for Homes of Hope India, an organization that raises funds to build orphanages for abandoned girls in India, and she is actively involved in her church. EDUCATION • Janice graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Economics and a concentration in Marketing. She is a Certified Professional Coach and has achieved certifications and professional credentials in the following instruments: • Myers Briggs Type Indicator® • Extended DiSC® • Energy Leadership Index® - Master Practitioner • The Profilor® from PDI Ninth House

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We have a lake house in Highland Lakes, NJ and there are two or three blue herons who make the lake their home. They are peaceful and majestic with a large wingspan.

We love kayaking around the lake and spotting them hanging out on large rocks in the middle of the lake.

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At the center of WHAT’S NEXT

Fueled by ideas, expertise, and dedication across borders and beyond service lines, we create real estate solutions to prepare our clients for what’s next.​


$8.2B 2018 REVENUE 51,000 EMPLOYEES


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WHAT WE BELIEVE​ • We believe deep local and global insight creates significant value for our clients. ​ • We believe diversity in our organization, supported by an inclusive culture, inspires our people ​to innovate and deliver better results for our clients. ​ • We believe that every touch point is an opportunity to deliver an exceptional experience ​ for our clients. ​ • We believe in setting the highest standards for ethical conduct, mutual respect ​ and sustainability.​


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Cushman & Wakefield has been entrenched in the New York market since its founding over 100 years ago. We have 12 offices in the Tri-State region with 2,700 employees. These resources provide an unrivaled depth of knowledge and market insights that lead to tangible results. In 2018, Cushman & Wakefield completed in excess of 1,700 lease and sale

transactions in New York City alone, totaling approximately 25.3 msf and valued in excess of $18.3 billion.

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#1 IN TENANT REPRESENTATION In Tenant Representation office leasing deals greater than 10,000 SF, Cushman & Wakefield was #1 in New York City in 2018. This is a reflection of the trust that our tenant clients have in our ability to execute and their desire to consistently return to us with their most important real estate requirements.


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#1 IN CAPITAL MARKETS Cushman & Wakefield’s capital markets team is the #1 team in New York City with an unheard of market share of 44.9% – far outpacing any of our competitors. This provides our team with real time data on building sales, developments, and repositionings that no other firm has. If National Audubon Society ultimately decides to relocate, Cushman & Wakefield will have access to off-market and shadow space opportunities and will be able to create relocation or development opportunities in a way that no other firm can.


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#1 IN NONPROFIT REPRESENTATION Having executed over one million square feet of real estate transactions specifically for nonpro t entities in the past 24 months , Cushman & Wakefield has more relevant experience in this field than any of our competitors. Effectively leveraging National Audubon Society’s 501(c)(3) status requires detailed knowledge of the NYS tax code related to real estate transactions, with which this team has unmatched expertise. Furthermore, the Project Team’s unique background in corporate real estate nance allows us to tailor the optimal transaction structure to t National Audubon Society’s cash flow and NPV requirements.

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OUR GLOBAL DIVERSITY & INCLUSION VISION Through a focus on talent, culture and supportive processes, Cushman & Wakefield becomes experienced internally and known externally as diverse, respectful and inclusive—a place where people want to work.

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AROUND THE WORLD, CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD UNDERSTANDS THE PRACTICE AND POWER OF DIVERSITY As a global, 21st century company with a focus on what’s next for real estate and business, Cushman & Wakefield understands the practice and power of diversity. Multicultural, multilingual, confidently global, expertly local, the people of Cushman & Wakefield work and live everywhere in the world. Our talent has many faces and our innovation many shapes. We work hard to develop and empower a culture that unleashes what’s possible in every person we hire. We understand diversity is good business. Our strength lies in our people’s ability to create ground-breaking solutions for our clients’ varied needs. And the people of Cushman & Wakefield bring all of themselves to work each day to do just that—48,000 people in approximately 70 countries wake up each morning inspired to exceed the expectations of our clients. And that is a powerful force. FROM OUR LEADERSHIP “Diversity and Inclusion is something that I am deeply committed to. It is not just good for our people, but for our business. I am proud of the work we are doing and that we continue to do to embed this into Cushman &Wakefield’s DNA.” — Brett White, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer “It is an exciting time to work at Cushman &Wakefield. We are growing through our business globally a laser focus on the value our employees create for our clients. A diverse and inclusive culture is driving our success.” — Janice O’Neill, Global Head of Talent Management and Diversity

C ushman &Wakefield Recognized by Forbes as One of America’s Best Employers for Diversity 2019 Forbes selected winners based on results of an anonymous, independent survey of more than 50,000 U.S. employees working for companies employing at least 1,000 people in their U.S. operations. Employees were asked to give their opinions on statements around age, gender equality, ethnicity, disability, LGBTQ+ and gender diversity concerning their employer

and other companies. Recommendations of women, older workers

and ethnic minorities were more heavily weighted than recommendations from non- minority groups.

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At Cushman &Wakefield, we believe diverse backgrounds, cultures, and expertise inspire breakthrough innovation. Our employees are at the center of our commitment to an inclusive culture, and together we will lead the industry.

KEY COUNCIL GOALS Improve Intake of diverse candidates • Evergreen positions


• Assessment tools to remove bias • Alternative compensationmodels Create culture of inclusion to improve uptake • Leadership training • Sponsorship & targeted development RECRUITMENT EFFORTS



PREP (PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE PROGRAM): • Use entry-level campus recruiting to attract diverse candidates • Scale program to additional markets in 2019 • Pilot assessment tools on campus PREP (PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE PROGRAM):  Use entry-level campus recruiting to attract diverse candidate  Scale program to additional markets in 2019  Pilot assessment tools on campus o PREP (PROFES IONAL REAL ESTATE PROGR ):  Use entry-level campus recruiting to at ract diverse candid tes  Scale progra to ad itional markets in 2019  Pilot as es ent to ls on ca pus o RECRUITMENT AND HIRING TARGETS: • Leadership positions: 2 diverse candidates on every slate • 20,000 new employees by 2021: women; 7,500 people of color RE RUITMENT AND HIRING TARGETS:  Leadership positions: 2 diverse candidates on every slate  20,000 new employees by 2021: 14,000 women; 7,500 people of color MENTORSHIPS: INTERNSHIPS: MENTORSHIPS: ECRUIT E T A D HIRING T RGETS:  Leadership positions: 2 diverse candidates on every slate  20,0 ne e ploye s by 2021: 14,0 o en; 7,50 people of color INTER SHIPS: E T RSHIPS: INTERNSHIPS:

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Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are employee-led groups that foster diverse and inclusive workplaces aligned with our organization’s values, objectives and business practices. ERGs enable colleagues with common interests or backgrounds to come together and offer one another support, information and resources to ensure collective success. These groups can open new doors in all colleagues’ careers—they’re a critical part of our company’s evolving commitment to diversity and inclusion, and essential to our business strategy.

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Blacks United in Leadership & Development

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Mission: To foster the advancement of our professionals who identify as Black or of African descent to promote career and leadership development and to engage top talent to help drive performance at Cushman & Wakefield.


Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders


Mission: To create a network of rising professionals within Cushman & Wakefield who, through continuing education, collaboration, communication and community service, will grow individually and collectively.


Hispanic & Latino Advancement


Mission: To attract, develop and grow the Hispanic/Latino community through an inclusive and connected platform for all employees that aligns with Cushman & Wakefield’s values and goals.



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Mission: To increase visibility and provide an open-minded support system for conducting business and addressing the personal requirements of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/ questioning (LGBTQ+) and allies community.


Women’s Integrated Network


Mission: To develop and support the talents of women team members by providing a platform that values diverse perspectives and leverages leadership skills to benefit our firm, clients and the industry as a whole.


Veterans Initiative Program


Mission: To assist Veterans at Cushman & Wakefield to find challenging and rewarding work directly related to their skills and talents, as well as find camaraderie amongst their peers and leaders.


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SUSTAINABILITY Cushman & Wake eld brings energy and sustainability solutions to the next level with innovative thinking, cutting-edge technology and a single-minded devotion to delivering value. We’ve brought together the industry’s top professionals and a platform that ensures consistent results. Well-managed sustainability strategies yield cost savings, provide healthier and more productive work environments and add value to real estate assets. Cushman & Wake eld provides innovative, informational tools and best practices promoting operational efficiency of client assets. We build enduring relationships aligning with your goals and remain committed to delivering strategies that will enhance National Audubon Society’s sustainability operations and maximize bottom-line performance.

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Delivering results to the triple bottom-line:

People, Planet, Profit. Since 2012, Cushman & Wakefield Property Management portfolio has demonstrated a 30.3% reduction in site energy usage.

This is equivalent to:

garbage trucks of waste diverted from the landfill 14,138

passenger vehicles removed from the road for ONE year 60,759

incandescent lamps switched to LEDs 9,496,084

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