Transforming the Commercial Real Estate Industry: Insights from a Legend, Andrew Ghertner (Part One)

Episode Information

Get ready to be inspired by the first episode of “In the Black”! Join T. Dallas Smith and the legendary Andrew Ghertner as they explore what it takes for a company to truly be “In the Black” from a diversity and economic standpoint. With over four decades of experience, Andrew’s unwavering dedication to helping clients achieve their goals has made him a trusted advisor to some of the biggest names in the business. Together, Dallas and Andy will show you how the most valuable companies in the world are maximizing their revenues by improving their inclusion and diversity strategies, and how this has a direct impact on the commercial real estate industry. This podcast is all about celebrating the champions for change who are making a positive impact on the lives of others, and empowering you to do the same. So, join us on this journey of inspiration and transformation, and learn how you too can make a difference.

About Andrew Ghertner: Andrew joined Cushman & Wakefield in 1977. With more than 40 years of real estate experience, Mr. Ghertner specializes in representing tenants and users in achieving their office space, business park, and build-to-suit objectives nationally and internationally. At Cushman & Wakefield, he has represented clients taking space in several million square feet of office buildings. Mr. Ghertner was one of the founders of Cushman & Wakefield’s operations in Atlanta and the greater Southeast, following Cushman & Wakefield’s purchase of Bugg Coppedge Ghertner & McWilliams in 1977, a regional brokerage firm where he was a principal. Atlanta is now one of Cushman & Wakefield’s most successful offices.