LaSalle Investment Management, Inc.
CenterSquare Investment Management, Inc.
Joe Chickey, Jr.
EverWest Real Estate Partners
CBRE Global Investors
Oxford Properties Group
The Townsend Group
University of Chicago, Office of Investments
CoStar Portfolio Strategy
Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System
Hawkeye Partners, LP
CBRE Global Investors
The Publications Committee will generate strategy for and assist in producing one or more high quality print and electronic publications in support of the educational mission and goals of PREA. Currently, the primary publication under subject to the guidance of the Publications Committee is the PREA Quarterly.
The Publications Committee shall be chaired by a Chairperson selected by the president. The committee is currently comprised of twelve (12) members but membership may range between ten (10) and fifteen (15) from time to time as determined by the Chairperson by the president. The committee shall be representative of the underlying mix of PREA’s membership and shall include, at least one representative from the Institutional Investor Council and one representative who is a current or former participant in the John W. Koza Leadership Program. The IIC representative, the Koza representative and all other members of the committee shall be selected by the president in consultation with the Chairperson. The Publications Committee will have oversight for any additional sub-committees that may be formed in relation to future publications and the president will confer with the Chairperson of the Publications Committee in appointing the chairperson and committee members for any such sub-committees.
- Committee Chairperson will serve a term of two years; provided that such term may be extended at the president's discretion.
Members of the committee will serve staggered three-year terms. Members shall generally not serve more than two (2) consecutive three year terms.
Responsible for developing ideas for editorial content of existing publications
Serve as a network for potential writers and/or interviewees
Assess the needs of the general membership for additional print and electronic publications
Evaluate the potential for joint ventures with existing publishing companies and other industry associations for current and new print and electronic publications
Work with PREA's editor to develop new initiatives
Other, as determined