Rachel Smith Reappointed to the Executive Committee on the Board of Directors for CREW Detroit
On November 5th CREW Detroit announced both the appointment and reappointment of leaders to the 2021 Board of Directors. PEA Group’s Rachel Smith, PE, LEED AP, CFM, was reappointed to the Executive Committee on the Board of Directors for CREW Detroit for her third year. The board members were voted for and approved by general members. Rachel’s duties will continue into the new year. Through the combined experience of CREW Detroit’s Board of Directors, Rachel will share in the responsibility of maintaining the foundation of CREW Detroit and execute the goal of the chapter in helping women in the industry obtain their career goals.
When asked about her experience with CREW Detroit, Rachel stated “I joined CREW in 2016 to expand my network with leaders in the commercial real estate industry. I’ve been involved with multiple committees since I joined, and I’ve been the Detroit Chapter Treasurer since 2019. I have met so many great people in CREW and have gained valuable leadership experience being on the Board of Directors. I have really enjoyed being part of the Executive Committee and look forward to another year serving CREW Detroit!”
CREW is a global organization recognized as the commercial real estate (CRE) industry’s premier business network and is committed to recognizing the achievements of women in the industry. CREW serves as a platform for professionals in the CRE industry to network and continue to expand their leadership skills.
About Rachel Smith
Rachel Smith, PE, LEED AP, CFM is a senior project manager and an associate with PEA Group. As a Senior Project Manager, Rachel represents clients and guides projects through the site planning process negotiating with public agencies, private consultants, and permit grantors to bring projects from concept to completion. In addition to a Registered Professional Engineer in the States of Michigan and Indiana, Rachel is a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP) and a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM). Rachel also serves on the US Green Building Council as a Detroit Chapter Member, the Association of State Floodplain Managers, and Troy Community Toastmasters.