April 30, 2019–Dan Broderick, Regional Managing Principal for Cushman & Wakefield’s Southwest Region, has been named as a new board member for the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation (EDC).
The EDC’s mission is to maximize the region’s economic prosperity and global competitiveness. As an independently funded nonprofit organization, EDC promotes the region, facilitates corporate expansion across diverse industry sectors, and supports the talent pool that drives their success.
Dan said, “EDC exemplifies what is great about San Diego: our demographics, our talent, our resources, our community, and our culture. EDC is the intersection where information, politics, business, trade, and technology converge for the betterment of our region. It is the gold standard for collaboration and creating a cohesive vision for the future of our great home, San Diego.”
Dan leads all service lines for the Southwest region of Cushman & Wakefield, comprised of five regions and over 1,000 professionals, including 250 in the local San Diego area. Dan is responsible for all aspects of the business: client engagement, growth, and talent developing. Dan oversees Capital Markets, Occupier Services, Investor Services, Property Management and Project Management in the region.
He is a volunteer and contributor to a myriad of industry, philanthropic and charitable causes, including serving on the Meals on Wheels advisory board and the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate policy advisory board. In addition to the EDC, Dan’s industry involvement also extends to serving on the board of directors for Stanford Professionals In Real Estate (SPIRE), Young Presidents Organization (YPO), the policy advisory board of the USD Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate, past President and long-standing Board Member for the San Diego chapter of NAIOP; and a member of ULI. He is a graduate from Stanford University.
To read Dan’s full “Board Member Spotlight” interview with the EDC, click here.
Story by Joshua Deale, Senior Communications Specialist