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September 12, 2016
Self Doubt is a Good Thing Says Daryl Carter
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Avanath's CEO, Daryl Carter during his fireside chat at the Newport Beach Speaker Series
Nearly 60 Emerging Leaders gathered in Newport Beach on August 3 to hear from industry veteran, Daryl Carter, Immediate Past Chairman of NMHC and CEO of Avanath Capital Management. 
 
In a discussion moderated by Green Street’s Dave Bragg, Carter talked candidly about the lessons he’s learned from forming two companies over his career, both interestingly started during downturns.
 
His first business was Carter Primo, started during the 1991 recession. Given the economic conditions, Carter said he had 58 meetings and everyone said no.  “I only got to yes on the 59th meeting."
 
His latest company, Avanath, was started in 2008, during the depths of the Great Recession. In hindsight, Carter concluded the period was a "great launching pad.”  But he added “I don't necessarily recommend it." 
 

Student Housing Emerging Leaders Gather on September 29
Are you planning to attend the NMHC Student Housing Conference? If so, make plans to attend a special Emerging Leaders breakfast on the morning of September 29. 
 
Bob Clark, Chief Executive Officer, Peak Campus will moderate a discussion with Jared Schenk, Principal, Schenk Realty Group, LLC. 
 
The event will provide student housing emerging leaders an opportunity to network with senior executives and to build out their peer networks.  It is open to anyone under 40 registered for the Conference.  No separate registration is required.
WeWork/WeLive Focus of October 13 Boston Event
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WeLive applies the WeWork model to housing, by renting apartments of various sizes
The next NMHC Emerging Leaders Speaker Series is taking place in Boston on October 3.
 
UDR's Chris Spendley will moderate a Q&A with WeWork’s Dave McLaughlin about the company’s plans. WeWork, the leading co-working company, has set its sights on the rental sector with its WeLive initiative.
 
Dave serves as WeWork's General Manager for the Eastern US & Canada, where he is responsible for the company's performance in several cities, including Toronto, Montreal, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Atlanta and Miami.
 
Fun Fact: Dave is also an award-winning filmmaker. He has written multiple screenplays, including the feature film "Southie," starring Will Arnett, Rose McGowan, Amanda Peet, and Donnie Wahlberg.
 
Join Us in Atlanta on November 8 
Our final Speakers Series for 2016 will take place in Atlanta on November 8.  Join us at the rooftop bar of the W Hotel in Buckhead for a “fireside chat” with Wood Partners' Leonard Wood Sr. and Novare Group's Jim Borders, moderated by Collier International's Will Matthews.
 
Wood is a former NMHC Chairman and the founder of Atlanta-based Wood Partners, which he started in 1998 and built into one of the leading apartment developers before retiring in 2007. 
 
Borders is President and CEO of Novare Group, an Atlanta-based a real estate investment and development company active in the apartment and condominium sectors. The company has 11,700 multifamily units in 36 high rise buildings.
 
Have You Joined our Emerging Leader LinkedIn Group? 
Did you know the Emerging Leaders program has a LinkedIn group?  Its’ a great way to stay informed about upcoming Emerging Leader events and to discuss industry trends with your industry colleagues.
 
If you aren’t already a member, sign up today.
NMHC Annual Meeting: Special Emerging Leader Registration 
NMHC will once again offer a special Emerging Leader registration option for our 2017 Annual Meeting, January 24-26 in San Diego. 
 
It’s limited to the first 200 registrations received and allows member firms to send one young leader (under 40) who might not otherwise be able to attend given the existing meeting registration caps.   
 
Emerging Leader registrants are eligible to attend all the events at the Annual Meeting, including a special Emerging Leaders networking reception the first night and an Emerging Leaders lunch during the Conference.
 
For more information or to reserve your spot, click here.
How Your Emerging Leaders Can Get Involved
NMHC’s Emerging Leader program is open to anyone under 40, with five years of industry experience and employed by a member firm. Designed to both create new networking opportunities and engage the next generation of multifamily leaders within NMHC, there is no limit to the number of employees a member firm can sign up for the program.
 
We encourage you to have the promising leaders from your company:
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