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O wners , D evelopers &M anagers At the ACE Eastern PA annual breakfast on May 14th ACE Mentor Program awards $60K in scholarships P vides our biggest forum for attracting new mentors.”
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Year. Philadelphia Eagles linebacker and founder of the Make The World Better Foundation, Connor Barwin, was honored as Community Leader of the Year. The Nich- olas and Athena Karabots Pavilion at The Franklin Institute received the Project of the Year award. “As our primary fundrais- er, the annual scholarship breakfast supports the pro- gram and our students,” said ACE Mentor Program East- ern Pennsylvania affiliate director Tiffany Millner, AIA, NOMA . “It also pro-
HILADELPHIA , PA — Three indus- t r y awa rds we r e presented and 13 scholar- ships totaling $60,000 for regional high school students were announced at the ACE Mentor Program of Eastern Pennsylvania 2015 Scholar- ship Breakfast, Wednesday, May 14 at the Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia. ACEEastern Pennsylvania presented three industry leadership awards. President and CEO of Center City Dis- trict, Paul R. Levy, was rec- ognized as ACE Person of the
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NEWARK, NJ — David A. Kaufman joined Herrick, Feinstein LLP ’s real estate The ACE Mentor Program of Eastern Pennsylvania, an affiliate of a national non- profit organization, engages and encourages high school students to consider careers in design and construction through mentoring, scholar- ships, and grants. Students are recruited from public and private schools in greater Philadelphia, with special efforts made to reach tradi- tionally underrepresented populations of women and minorities. Students par- ticipate on interdisciplinary projects led by volunteer mentors from firms repre- senting architects, construc- tion managers, engineers, and owners. n David Kaufman joins Herrick, Feinstein LLP real estate transactions and financings, comes to the firm from Fried Frank. Prior to that, he was general counsel of Rechler Equity/R Squared Real Estate Partners , a ma- jor real estate investment firm. “I’ve sat ‘across the table’ from Herrick attorneys many times on deals and I am proud to have been a Herrick cli- ent for years when I worked as a general counsel,” David Kaufman said. “I look forward to working at a firm with which I have had this long- standing relationship and to be a part of a team that serves its clients so well.” “We are excited to welcome David to Herrick’s real estate department, which we’ve ex- panded recently with five new attorney hires,” real estate chair Belinda Schwartz said. “David’s diverse experience in acquisitions, financings, leasing and joint ventures strengthens our transactional presence in New Jersey and will be a valuable asset for our New York clients.” n David Kaufman department, based out of the law firm’s Newark of- fice. David, who advises owners, de- velopers and financial in- stitutions in
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