CREW*NY names Tighe 'Woman of the Year'.Mary Ann Tighe, vice chairman, Insignia/ESG, has been named as CREW*NY's 2001 Woman of the Year, it has been announced by Caroline A. Harcourt, Esq., president, CREW*NY (Commercial Real Estate Women of New York New York, state, United States
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"As a business woman and a real estate professional, Tighe is a true leader," said Caroline Harcourt. "Her phenomenal success makes her an outstanding role model for the next generation of women entering the industry and we are proud to salute her," added Harcourt.
In a commercial real estate career that has spanned only sixteen years, Tighe has earned a reputation as one of the industry's highest profile and savviest dealmakers, and accordingly, has been recognized with three of the Real Estate Board of New York's highest awards.
Her notable transactions include leading the teams that resulted in the development of a new North American North American
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Prior to entering real estate, Tighe was vice president of The American Broadcasting Companies where she launched the A&E channel. Recognized nationally for her expertise in the arts, Mary Ann was also formerly the Deputy Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)
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