Kristin Sullivan Recognized In Bisnow Denver’s Women Leading Real Estate Awards

Bisnow Denver recognized Kristin Sullivan as one of its Bisnow Denver Women Leading Real Estate. The selection process emphasized mentorship and the significant contributions of women as they advance in their careers.

Bisnow published the following about Kristin Sullivan:

“With a varied background ranging from land-use planning to local government, Kristin Sullivan is able to view issues from a variety of perspectives, providing her with an effective communication style well-suited to CRE and its dynamics.

“I am uniquely suited to help our clients navigate an increasingly challenging and complex regulatory environment,” she said. “I have hired, trained, mentored and developed many professionals in the industry over the years. I’ve demonstrated that you can forge your own path and create a new norm in the industry when the traditional model does not fit you.”

Sullivan’s ability to navigate complex legal landscapes and provide strategic guidance has allowed her to break glass ceilings and help other women in the industry down their own paths toward similar success.

She believes that the diversity that comes from incorporating more women in groups of decision-makers leads to better outcomes for all kinds of deals and developments. She is also on the board of Warren Village, a nonprofit that aids single-parent households.

Kristin enjoys spending time with her two boys, ages 11 and 15, taking part in their activities and exploring new places together. In addition, she and her husband attend concerts at Denver venues.”

 

Kristin Sullivan advises clients on a variety of land use, development, infrastructure, and transportation matters within FGMC’s Land Use & Real Estate practice group.

Congratulations Kristin Sullivan!

Kristin Sullivan

Senior Advisor Land Use & Infrastructure

 

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