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Congratulations to the recipients of the BOMA San Francisco Foundation’s Cushman & Wakefield, Kilroy Realty, and Skyline Construction scholarships

News + Events : Congratulations to the recipients of the BOMA San Francisco Foundation’s Cushman & Wakefield, Kilroy Realty, and Skyline Construction scholarships

09/17/2013

San Francisco State University sculptureSan Francisco State University is proud to announce the inaugural recipients of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) San Francisco Foundation Scholarships.

Please join us in congratulating these future business leaders!

Jaime Diaz received the BOMA SF Foundation’s Skyline Construction Scholarship.

Max Geisinger received the BOMA SF Foundation’s Kilroy Realty Scholarship.

Michael Song received the BOMA SF Foundation’s Cushman & Wakefield Scholarship.

These remarkable finance students are pursuing a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in finance and a certificate in commercial real estate.

Jaime Diaz, BOMA SF Foundation’s Skyline Construction Scholarship

Jaime Diaz graduates this fall 2013, earning his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, concentration in finance, and certificate in commercial real estate from San Francisco State University. He works at Piper Jaffray in the public finance department. Prior to Piper, Jaime worked extensively in the real estate field in Santa Barbara, first as an assistant/marketing director for Rebecca Riskin at Village Properties, then as a facilities coordinator/project manager with Santa Barbara Bank & Trust. Jaime is looking to pursue a career in real estate development, but potentially will pursue an M.B.A. or M.S. in Finance.

Max Geisinger, BOMA SF Foundation’s Kilroy Realty Scholarship

Max Geisinger is a senior at SF State. He is employed by Mindful Investors, a venture capital fund investing in sustainability and social impact. Max utilizes his skills to conduct a well-rounded financial analysis for their portfolio of potential investments. Much of the development of these skills he accredits to learning inside the classroom, as well as through FAME, the Financial Analysis Management Education student group on campus. Investigating companies’ financial potential through interviews, performing a full competitive analysis, as well as diving into new markets to research and find unpredicted trends has become a great passion of his. Max hopes to transfer his skill sets into the world of commercial real estate and continue on a life-long journey as an investor.

Michael Song, BOMA SF Foundation’s Cushman & Wakefield Scholarship

Michael Song is a senior at SF State majoring in finance. This fall, he is an intern at Industry Ventures, a venture capital secondaries firm. Previously, he has worked for Probitas Partners, a placement agent for various private investment strategies, and Partners Group AG, Real Estate Division. In the future, Michael hopes to work as a financial analyst covering real estate, infrastructure investments, or technology companies. Outside of work, Michael is the president of the finance student organization, Financial Analysis and Management Education (FAME) at SFSU.

BOMA SF Foundation Partnership

BOMA San Francisco Foundation is a partner with SF State’s College of Business in advancing commercial real estate education and a generous sponsor of the certificate in commercial real estate program.


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