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Phil Freelon (Rebroadcast)

Leaving a legacy is easy for Phil Freelon, who founded one of the largest African American–owned architecture firms. With numerous cultural institutions under his belt, including the newest Smithsonian museum, he is motivated to design places where the public can convene.

Larry Webb | Founder and CEO of The New Home Company

Larry Webb, founder and CEO of The New Home Company, talks about lessons learned in the homebuilding industry and his approach to business.

Thanks to JLL for sponsoring this episode.

Bobby Turner | Principal and CEO of Turner Impact Capital

Bobby Turner is the Principal and CEO of Turner Impact Capital, one of the country’s largest social impact investment funds, and previously the leader of Canyon’s real estate investment platform. He shares how his careers have taught him how to balance impact and profit, and the importance of pursuing social good through the lens of business.

Thanks to JLL for sponsoring this episode.

Gene Golub | Founder and Chairman of Golub and Company

Listen in to hear Gene discuss the discipline and passion it took to build this commercial real estate business from the ground up in the ‘60s, and how his family values and culture have shaped its impressive trajectory.

Thanks to JLL for sponsoring this episode.

Chris Rising | CEO of Rising Realty Partners and Host of The Real Market

In this episode, Chris and Matt talk about the lessons learned from hosting their podcasts and their experiences interviewing leaders in commercial real estate. You’ll also learn more about their journeys as they swap questions in this joint interview. This episode is made possible by our sponsor JLL. Learn more at jll.com/voices.

Bill Bayless | CEO of American Campus Communities, the Only Publicly Traded Student Housing Company

Bill Bayless is the co-founder and CEO of the only publicly traded student housing company, American Campus Communities (ACC). One of the true pioneers in the student housing business, Bill initially conceived of ideas that are now part of ACC’s mission when he was an undergrad at West Virginia University, recognizing that both students and their parents were being underserved.

This episode is made possible by our sponsor JLL. Learn more at jll.com/voices.

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