CRESDA, the Commercial Real Estate Supplier Diversity Alliance, has named Ebony Parham as its new business development manager leading the organization’s supplier diversity efforts.
Parham joins CRESDA from Newmark Associates, the largest and longest established women-owned and operated commercial real estate brokerage firm in New Jersey, where she works as a broker-associate. She continues to serve as broker-associate at Newmark Associates while taking up the mantle of business development manager at CRESDA.
CRESDA is a national alliance of minority, women, veteran and LGBTQ-owned commercial real estate (CRE) firms that provides tailored solutions to Fortune 500 and other large corporations’ real estate supplier diversity initiatives. It works to advance diversity in the CRE industry and provide opportunities for CRESDA’s member base of diverse CRE brokerage firms nationwide.
“We are very excited to have Ebony as part of the CRESDA team,” said CRESDA co-founder and CEO Nancy Glick. “In addition to her reputation and skill as a CRE broker, Ebony’s passion for social equity further fuels our mission.”
Parham said she was “excited to be part of an organization that works with firms that have made a commitment to having CRE supply-chain partners as diverse as their workforce and the communities they serve.”
Learn more about CRESDA at www.cresdaus.com.