Suzanne Hollander is an attorney and broker teaching real estate law, development and property rights at Florida International University’s (“FIU”) Business School, Hollo School of Real Estate. In 2017, the United States State Department appointed Suzanne to its Fulbright Specialist Roster as an Expert in Real Estate.
On October 18, 2018, Suzanne was honored with the Global Career Advancement for Women Impact Award from the Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Network. The CREW Network was founded in 1989 to bring together women involved in the many aspects of commercial real estate to exchange information, develop business contacts and help each other succeed professionally, and today boasts over 11,000 members worldwide
During 2018, Suzanne taught Comparative Real Estate Law, in Spanish, as a Visiting Expert in Lima, Peru at Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas and in 2017 taught real estate and foreign investment into the U.S. real estate markets in Medellin, Colombia at Universidad EAFIT as a Visiting Scholar.
In 2017, the United States National Science Foundation (“NSF”) appointed Suzanne to be a Mentor to its Innovation Corps Program, awarding her team a $50,000 grant. FIU awarded Hollander the Landon Innovative Educator Award in recognition and support her innovative use of technology with real estate. She is frequently quoted in national and international media including The Wall St. Journal Money Watch, YahooFinance!, The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald, Biz News, The Real Deal and Mercado de Dinero USA, and authors the blog Professor Real Estate®.
The Career Advancement for Women Impact Award recognizes a CREW Network member who consistently exemplifies the organization’s commitment to elevating the status of women in commercial real estate by working to advance the careers of other women. This award is presented to a member whose actions had a significant impact on one or more women, giving them the skills or confidence to pursue and succeed in new opportunities. Hollander has been an active member of CREW in Miami for nearly nine years and is the first person from the Miami chapter to win this Global Career Advancement for Women Impact Award.