Menifee’s City Economic Development Director Gina Gonzalez is the recipient of the Connect Commercial Real Estate’s (CRE) 2021 Women in Real Estate Awards. Gonzalez was chosen as a regional winner representing one of ten women in California.
Gonzalez leads Menifee’s award-winning economic development program, which advances the city’s prosperity and economic growth. Menifee’s economic development team cultivates relationships and works alongside the city’s development team to attract, retain, and grow businesses and new projects in the community.
“This prestigious award that Ms. Gonzalez is being awarded, speaks to the caliber of leadership Menifee has on its executive team,” Mayor Bill Zimmerman said. “There is a lot of growth occurring in Menifee and my council colleagues and I are proud of the additional and incoming retail, office, and industrial projects occurring in Menifee that are active or in the pipeline, and it’s team members like Ms. Gonzalez that are working hard around the clock behind the scenes to make Menifee a safe, thriving, and premier place to be.”
In its fifth consecutive year, the award program honors an elite group of professionals whose talents and innovations help them succeed as influential leaders in commercial real estate. The distinction comes after a competitive process, with nearly 500 submissions from across the country. Connect CRE chooses 10 national and 10 regional winners, recognizing more than 100 inspirational women each year. The winners were announced last month to a national audience of more than 150,000 commercial real estate executives.
“I am honored to be chosen as a Women in Real Estate award recipient,” Gonzalez said. “This program illustrates Connect CRE’s commitment to encouraging the commercial growth of cities around the country, and to recognize the individuals and teams who play a key role in supporting regional economic development activities. It is under the leadership of Menifee’s City Manager Armando G. Villa where creativity and innovation are encouraged and supported that give employees, like myself, the flexibility to create real meaningful impacts in the community through commercial real estate.”
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