Christine Flaherty, VP, Commercial Real Estate, to be honored with Professional Service Award
Berkshire Bank’s Christine Flaherty, VP, Commercial Real Estate, to be honored with Professional Service Award by CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Boston
Boston, MA - Tues., Mar. 8, 2022 – Berkshire Bank, a leading socially responsible community bank with branch locations in New England and New York, congratulates Christine Flaherty, VP, Commercial Real Estate Relationship Manager, who will be honored next month with the 2022 Professional Service Award by CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Boston. The award, selected by the Achievement Awards Committee, recognizes Christine’s significant contributions, superior service, and years of leadership in the commercial real estate business. Flaherty will receive this award during the CREW Boston 2022 Achievement Awards ceremony at The Fairmont Copley Plaza on April 27.
“I am humbled to be named the recipient of the 2022 CREW Boston Professional Service Award. It is truly such an honor to be nominated by my fellow CREW Boston members. Despite the challenges in our world over the past 24 months, I am thankful for the support of my family, colleagues, and clients which have led to my continued success in the Boston CRE market.” says Christine Flaherty, VP, Commercial Real Estate Relationship Manager. She continues, “Berkshire’s workforce reflects the communities in which it operates, and it is an honor to represent the bank as part of the Boston community.”
CREW Boston, formerly New England Women in Real Estate (NEWiRE), is the region’s leading professional organization promoting the advancement of women within the commercial real estate industry. Since its creation in 1982 by a small group of women professionals with considerable vision, CREW Boston has been an important force behind the increasing success of women in New England's real estate community. Berkshire Bank is proud to recognize women of achievement during Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day.
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