Broker-Developer - Sept 24
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Perspectives on work policies and corporate real estate in the age of Covid
Todd Clark, SVP Real Estate & Workplace Solutions, RealPage
Dr. Calvin Jamison, VP of Facilities and Economic Development, UT Dallas
John Hosea, VP of HR Benefits and Operations, Blue Cross Blue Shield
Todd Clark is a recognized leader with a successful record of developing and leading high performance global real estate & facility organizations in office, industrial and manufacturing environments. He has expertise in developing and implementing strategic plans to exceed business goals while creating world class workplaces. He has served on the Customer Advisory Board for Prologis and the executive team for the IAMC Board of Directors. His current responsibilities include global real estate, facility operations, design/construction, security, health and safety. Prior to joining RealPage 12/19, Todd spent 9 years with Scientific Games in Las Vegas and Chicago as Vice President of Global Facility Services.
Dr. Calvin Jamison serves as vice president for facilities & economic development at The University of Texas at Dallas. His office is responsible for overseeing facilities management, economic development, construction, real estate, and auxiliary services. In a time of tremendous growth for the University, he continues to lead more than $1.5 billion in development and the addition of approximately 11.7 million new and renovated square feet to the campus, including a mixed-use development called Northside, also known as “Comet Town.” UT Dallas has received 35 awards for building designs, LEED certification and sustainability under his leadership.
John Hosea has responsibility for Benefits, Wellness, HR Technology and HR Operations. Prior to joining HCSC John spent 7 years with Brinker International in Dallas responsible for Benefits, Risk Management and Insurance, Operations Compensation, HRIS and Employee Services as well as having served as Interim CIO for 18 months. Prior to joining Brinker, John spent nearly 20 years at The May Department Stores Company in St. Louis with responsibility for all Employee Benefit programs as well as Risk Management and Insurance Finance. John joined May in the Corporate Audit Department after serving for 3 – 4 years at KPMG as a Senior Auditor, achieving his CPA license and performing audits in the commercial, banking and acquisition sectors.