CREW Upstate was founded by Maurie Lawrence alongside Meg Scoopmire and Debbie McDonough.
CREW Upstate grows to 50 members through active recruitment and exceptional content offerings.
The organization selects national delegates to participate in CREW Network Leadership Summits and Annual Conference to increase their abilities as board leaders as well as advance their careers through leadership development workshops.
A regional conference for all of the North and South Carolina CREW Chapters brought together regional members to network and participate in multiple industry and professional development learning and engagement sessions.
A challenge we have met every year since 2015, the CREW Network Foundation Chapter Challenge increases awareness of the Foundation’s powerful reach. As a result, members have raised thousands of dollars for scholarships, industry research and career outreach. The Challenge is achieved by completing three tasks: 1. Get 100% of your chapter’s board to give an individual donation; 2. Get 50% of your chapter’s membership to give an individual donation; and 3. Chapter gives an organizational donation of $1,000 or more.
The CREW Upstate chapter organized a regional walking tour of Greenville, luncheon featuring key developments in Greenville, and a meet-and-greet with Mayor Knox White. The event brought members from across South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia.
CREW Upstate partnered with Community Journals, publisher of the Upstate Business Journal, to establish the CREW Upstate Awards Event as the premier commercial real estate awards event in the Upstate.
CREW Upstate grows to 100 members through increased industry awareness, active recruitment, and evolving and relevant content offerings.
CREW Upstate celebrates 10 years of advancing the achievements of women in Upstate South Carolina commercial real estate.