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Suzanne Hollander, Esq.

Title: Program Director Professional Development, AWED; Associate Teaching Professor, Real Estate

Suzanne Hollander is a real estate attorney, speaker, broker, professor and voice for property rights, real estate, housing infrastructure development and a women’s investment advocate.

The U.S. Department of State appointed Suzanne to its Fulbright Specialist Roster as an Expert in Real Estate.

The Commercial Real Estate Women Network awarded Suzanne its Global Impact Award for Career Advancement for Women in 2018 and Globestreet recognized Suzanne as a Woman of Influence in Commercial Real Estate – Mentor Category 2019. In 2019, with an award of U.S. federal funds, Suzanne traveled to Peru and investigated Chinese Investment in Latin America Real Estate and Infrastructure.

Suzanne is appointed to the CREW Network’s National Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, and a Board Member of 100 Women in Finance Miami and Commercial Real Estate Women Miami. Suzanne was Vice Chair of the City of Miami Beach’s Affordable Housing Advisory Board for several years.

Fluent in Spanish and English, Suzanne gives trainings, delivers speeches and moderates panels on property rights and law, real estate investment, global allocation of wealth, diversity & inclusion, and female, financial, and educational investment and career empowerment.

Suzanne's comments appear in Spanish and English media, including Wall St. Journal Money Watch, YahooFinance!, The Mortgage Reports, Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald, The Real Deal, Globestreet, Bankrate, Million Acres, a Motely Fool Co., Dallas Morning News, The Palm Beach Post, Wallethub, Mercado De Dinero USA, GlobeStreet, Scotsman Guide Commercial Real Estate edition, El Monterero, Peru and InfoMoney, Brazil.

Suzanne graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College and magna cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law, where she was honored with the Soia Mentschikoff full tuition merit scholarship in honor of the first woman to teach at Harvard Law School and the first woman Dean of the University of Miami School of Law.