The Intersection of Industrial & Office

March 15, 2023

CME Center’s ZO Clubhouse
10 S. Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL

Guest Speakers

The Intersection of Industrial & Office: Evolving from the Breakroom & Tenant Lounge to the Clubhouse & Town Hall

Join NAIOP Chicago on March 15th for a discussion on the “Intersection of Industrial & Office”.  Hear success stories from the occupier, owner and brokers on why and where companies are making long-term commitments for the future of their business, and how industrial owners are now adopting tradition office amenities, with the goal of tenant and employee retention.

Schedule of Events:
8:00 AM | Registration, Networking & Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM | Program
9:30 AM | Adjourn

Registration Fees:
Members | $65
DL Members | $55
Non-Members | $85

Register Online
Registration Form (.PDF)

Registration Deadline: Monday, March 13, 2023

Ellen May

Tishman Speyer
Managing Director, Leasing Chicago,

Ellen May is a member of Tishman Speyer’s leasing and development team in the Midwest Region, a portfolio comprised of approximately 7M SF in the Chicago and Austin, TX.

her career, Ellen has focused on leasing strategy, asset repositioning and development of several
trophy projects in the Chicago CBD. She joined Tishman Speyer in 2007 after spending 10 years at Equity Office as a leasing director in the Chicago. Ellen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Iowa.

Lisa Konieczka

Executive Vice President

Lisa Konieczka focuses on the delivery of strategic real estate services to corporate and legal industry clients in Chicago and across the globe. Her advisory mindset drives real estate activities to support enterprise business goals and operating strategy, with a focus on occupancy strategies and flexibility challenges associated with new workplace trends, growth and change. Lisa provides advice and guidance to many of country’s largest and most sophisticated occupiers, but views each occupancy need as a unique situation, requiring a customized and deliberate approach for the individual client.

Lisa is a proven team leader, gathering the right resources to drive seamless results for her clients by managing complex
situations and bringing the best strategic thinking to every challenge.

Lisa is also the founder and chairwoman of CBRE’s Women’s Network. This global organization’s
mission is Advancing the Success of Women and has four main tenets, Growth, Connection, Mentorship and Advocacy. Recognized with a top 10 ranking on the Global Diversity List, CBRE’s Women Network has almost 6,000 members and celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2020.

Cal Payne

Senior Vice President

Cal Payne is a member of the CBRE Agency and Occupier  Brokerage Groups working from both a local and multi-market platform. His primary role is advising clients in the leasing, acquisition and disposition of industrial facilities throughout North America. Additional responsibilities include new business development, financial modeling of proposed purchase/lease transactions and managing multi-market occupier relationships.

Upon joining CBRE, Cal partnered with Matt Mulvihill and Kevin Segerson and since then their team has consistently been a recognized market leader. Since teaming up in 2012, they’ve completed over 300 transactions valued at over $850 million in consideration and totaling over 24 million square feet.

Prior to joining CBRE, Cal worked as an analyst at Grubb & Ellis.

Susan Rogers

School Health Corporation
Chief People Officer

Susan Rogers is the Chief People Officer of School Health Corporation, the nation’s leading provider of health supplies and services to school nurses, athletic trainers, special educators, physical educators, and early childhood educators. Susan is responsible for the entirety of the Human Resource and Corporate Training departments and serves as the Chairman of the Board for School Health Corporation.
Susan’s grandfather, Carleton Good, founded School Health Supply in the 1950s and Susan, as a
third-generation owner, is passionate about continuing and enhancing the legacy of his mission; to help improve the health and well-being of our nation’s children.

Susan began working at School Health in 1993 as the V.P. of Administration in Marketing and
Human Resources, taking over as President from her father in 2000 and led the company in this
role through 2014, where she landed as the Chief People Officer.

Susan serves on the Harper College Education Foundation Board and the Excel Beyond District 211 (EB211) Advisory Board and received the “Woman of Vision” award from Prevent Blindness America which recognized her leadership role in fighting blindness and saving sight among

Susan graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in Speech Communications and received her M.B.A. from Lewis University in 1997.