JEWISHcolorado Real Estate & Construction Network Launches Mentorship Program 

(DENVER) — JEWISHcolorado’s Real Estate & Construction Network (RECN) today announced the launch of a new one-on-one mentoring program titled “Leadership Alliance.”  

The Leadership Alliance is a year-long mentoring program geared towards individuals aged 25-35, who are involved in some aspect of the real estate industry and connected to the Jewish community. Mentees are selected through a screening and interview process and then paired with top mentors and leaders in the local business and real estate community.  

The first-year Leadership Alliance mentee cohort includes Jake Miller of Bring Home Denver at Keller Williams Downtown, LLC, Ari Steinberg of Morgan Stonehill, Zack Schwartz of Gideon Interests, Daniel Lowenstein of FPA Multifamily, LLC, Omer Shachar, Consultant, and Ryan Skirboll of Hensel Phelps Real Estate/Development Group.  

This program’s mentors are leaders in the Colorado community, both professionally and philanthropically, and will help guide the next generation of leaders and philanthropists. The mentors for the first Leadership Alliance cohort are Dorit Fischer, Partner, Shames Makovsky; Evan Kline, Managing Broker, Shames Makovsky; Stuart Zall, Zall Company; Michael Opatowski, Springbrooke Retirement Community; David Silverman, Emeritus Business Coaching, LLC; and Mor Zucker, Operating Partner and Co-Founder of Team Denver Homes. 

If you are interested in learning more about Leadership Alliance or interested in being a part of our next cohort, please contact JEWISHcolorado at marketing@jewishcolorado.org. To learn more about the Real Estate & Construction Network, click here

About JEWISHcolorado 

JEWISHcolorado convenes, connects, protects, and invests in Jewish life in Colorado, Israel, and around the world. For more information, please visit jewishcolorado.org.

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