TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The Alabama Center for Real Estate (ACRE), one of the research and outreach arms of The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business, has added ten new members to its board of advisors. The board features members from across all aspects of real estate who maintain a shared goal of shaping the future of the industry through teaching, research, and service.
Justin Brown, the regional manager of Arlington Properties; Phee Friend, the governor’s local workforce areas board manager at the Alabama Department of Commerce; Robert Jolly, the chief executive officer at Retail Specialists; Jeffery Lees, the vice president of Fidelity National Financial; Stacia Robinson, the director of minority affairs at the Alabama Governor’s Office; Charles Stallworth, the director of student affairs at Miles College; Alan Tidwell, the chair of real estate at The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business; Cole Walker, principal and board member of MindCoin Capital; Perry White, principal and chief operating officer with Johnson Healthcare Real Estate; and Stephanie Yates, the chairperson of the department of accounting and finance at the University of Alabama, Birmingham are the ten new members joining the board.
“We are grateful to have ten new members join the ACRE Board of Advisors in 2023,” ACRE’s executive director Grayson Glaze said.
“The board members’ vast knowledge and expertise are vital to our industry. We are lucky and thankful that they are willing to share some of it with us and our colleagues.”
The Alabama Center for Real Estate (ACRE) is housed within The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business. ACRE’s vision is to be a valued resource that supports Alabama’s real estate industry and promotes economic and workforce development. The Center is organized to provide relevant resources in the areas of teaching, research, and service.
Since its founding in 1996, the heart of ACRE is advancing relationships by providing servant leadership with a passionate, adaptable, and humble spirit. The relationship between ACRE and industry stakeholders is one of the center’s greatest strengths. Stakeholders partner with the center to enhance and enrich the center’s resources shared within the state’s real estate community.
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