Abigail Heimel Named Emerging Leader at MNCREW Celebration Awards
Kraus-Anderson Project Manager Abigail Heimel has received the Emerging Leader award at the 2016 Minnesota Commercial Real Estate Women (MNCREW) Celebration Awards held in Minneapolis Nov. 1 at the Metropolitan Ballroom.
Heimel is a member of KA’s healthcare construction team with experience from tenant improvement to ground-up projects, currently as part of the HealthPartners Neuroscience Building project in St. Paul. She takes an active role on KA’s technology initiatives through software testing and strategy; is a alumna of the KA Leadership Development Program; and serves as a company-wide trainer for Bluebeam software trainer for all user groups.
Aligned with the mission of MNCREW to champion the advancement and success of women in commercial real estate professions, the MNCREW Celebration Awards recognize outstanding women who have displayed leadership, an understanding of the industry and have been a positive influence within their own firms and the greater industry. The complete list of 2016 award winners is:
Collaborative Business: Roseanne Hope, Hope Law; Kara Frank, Twin Realty Investment Company; Marilyn Herzberg, Greywolf Partners; Beth Sheehan, Guaranty Commercial Title; and Darlene Personius, Greywolf Partners for Waconia Office Building
Emerging Leader: Abigail Heimel, Kraus-Anderson
Economic & Community Improvement: Diane Johnson, Michelle Kolling & Wendy Ethen, Guaranty Commercial Title for 800 W Broadway – The West Broadway Education and Career Center
Volunteer Contribution: Women Run the Cities: Ashley Moen, Cresa; Cathy Schmidt, Surfacequest Solutions; Claire Roberts, Marcus & Millichap; Meghan Huber, Welsh Construction; Sara Stafford, Creative Resources (formerly MadKat Design, Inc.)
Excellence in Marketing/Public Relations: Brittany Rihanek, The Opus Group
Excellence in Business Development/Sales: Erica Delain, Stinson Leonard Street
Excellence in Design: Mythili Thiagarajan, Auromira Architects for Community Dental Care
Excellence in Environmental/Sustainability Project: Mythili Thiagarajan, Auromira Architects for MN Epilepsy Group
Founded in 1995, Minnesota Commercial Real Estate Women (MNCREW) has grown from a small group of energetic commercial real estate professionals to an organization of more than 220 members. Today, MNCREW is the premier networking organization for women in Minnesota’s commercial real estate industry. MNCREW is a chapter of CREW Network®, a national organization with more than 70 independent local organizations totaling more than 10,000 members.