Verity Mosquera named Research and Consulting manager by Colliers in South Florida

Verity Mosquera named Research and Consulting manager by Colliers in South Florida

Published at: 2016-02-24 15:34 | Author: CIJ USA
Verity Mosquera has been hired by Colliers International South Florida as a Research and Consulting Manager. In her new position, Mosquera will monitor the global economy and the impact it will have on the South Florida commercial real estate market. Prior to joining Mosquera worked for The Washington Economics Group, she was a data analyst for Equity Insurance in Brentwood, UK, and served in the office of the Dean of St. Thomas University’s School of Business in Miami Gardens. Mosquera earned a Masters of Business Administration with a focus on International Business from St. Thomas University, and a Bachelor of Laws from Anglia Ruskin University School of Law in London.

“Verity’s diverse business background gives her the skills and insights to track and identify industry trends and provide important insight on South Florida’s vibrant commercial real estate market,” said Ken Krasnow, Executive Managing Director & Market Leader of Colliers International South Florida.

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