Rob O’Neill is one of the most highly-decorated combat veterans of our time. O’Neill will give the keynote address at the CoreNet MEGA Carolinas Event titled “Never Quit,” which will draw leadership lessons in tenacity in a dynamic environment, based on his extensive military experience. He was a SEAL Team Six leader with the Naval Special Warfare Development Group. He has deployed more than a dozen times, and he held combat leadership roles in more than 400 combat missions in four different theaters of war. A highly-trained Navy SEAL, he led the military’s most elite and was involved in our nation’s most important campaigns. With most of his career shrouded in a classified cloak, O’Neill was the man on the ground we have never heard of but know exists. He was one of the quiet professionals performing the most difficult tasks in the most difficult circumstances, serving his remarkable career in the shadows and keeping America safe in the process.
Breakout Session 1: Creating Winning Real Estate and Workplace Strategies- Bob Bertges, Wells Fargo Corporate Properties Group- Calvin Saboorian, Duke Energy- Bernice M. Boucher, JLL - Moderator
Raising the Bar: Meeting Challenging Multi-Year Energy and Sustainability Goals- Lisa Spritz, Bank of America- Chris Studney, JLL- Chris Liston, CBRE - Moderator
Healthcare Real Estate: Innovative Solutions to Unique Operational, Financial and Regulatory Requirements- David Park, Novant Health- Tony Perez, Carolinas HealthCare System- Matthew Stiene, Novant Health- Ashley Pearson, Carolinas HealthCare System- Mary Beth Kuzmanovich, Colliers International - Moderator
Reality Check: New Technology Tools to Help Develop and Sell Your New Workplace to the C-Suite- Guy Messick, IA- Kelly Funk, IA
“As a leader in the provision of 4th Generation Workplace Management and Utilization software, Serraview is a big supporter of CoreNet globally. The subject of “New Technology Tools to Help Develop and Sell Your New Workplace to the C-Suite” is core to our mission to help clients optimize their real estate and ensure that a transition to new agile ways of working can be seamless.”