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More than 600 IREM members came together at the Westin Kierland Resort in beautiful Scottsdale, Ariz., in November 2005 to attend the IREM Education Conference. The conference offered learning labs, discussion panels, a property tour of Kierland Commons and many opportunities to network with peers over golf and other social outings. More than 20 education sessions were offered on topics from capital markets and international trade to motivating your staff and disaster planning.

Plan ahead and join in on the fun next year: IREM will partner with CCIM to produce a joint conference in Tampa, Fla., October 20-21, 2006.

Carl Greene, CPM, receives J. Wallace Paletou Award

The IREM Foundation named Carl Greene, CPM, the 2005 recipient of the J. Wallace Paletou Award-the highest honor given by IREM and its foundation. Greene is the executive director of the Philadelphia Housing Authority.

The award is given to an individual who has made significant contributions to the real estate management industry or who has contributed to the betterment of society as a whole through property management.

As executive director of the Philadelphia Housing Authority, Greene leads 2,000 staff members in developing, acquiring, leasing and operating affordable housing for 79,000 city residents with limited incomes. Greene believes the economic viability of Philadelphia Housing Authority residents is largely dependent on education and training.

He began the Pre-Apprenticeship Program, a first-of-its-kind model in the United States. It helps public housing residents complete their education and gain skills needed to join a building trade union and make their way into the middle class, stabilizing and improving their neighborhoods.

Other training programs have focused on serving at-risk teenage students living in public housing, training landlords taking part in the Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) program in partnership with IREM and a "Public Housing 101" course taught at Temple University. …

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