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December 17, 2012

Annie Koo ’14 Awarded YM/WREA 2012 Scholarship

MBA student Annie Koo ’14 has been awarded the Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association of New York 2012 Scholarship. A member of the school’s Real Estate Association, Koo studied public housing and cohousing and worked at the City of New York Department of Housing Preservation and Development prior to beginning her MBA program. A native of Texas, she selected from a pool of undergraduate and graduate real estate students from Columbia, NYU, and Baruch who demonstrate charitable or community service involvement.

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MBA student Annie Koo ’14 has been awarded the Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association of New York 2012 Scholarship. A member of the school’s Real Estate Association, Koo studied public housing and cohousing and worked at the City of New York Department of Housing Preservation and Development prior to beginning her MBA program. A native of Texas, she was selected from a pool of undergraduate and graduate real estate students from Columbia, NYU, and Baruch who demonstrate charitable or community service involvement.

The Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association of New York is the city’s second-largest real estate organization. Its mission is to bring together young professionals from the real estate industry to investigate, debate, promote, and publicize policies for the benefit the industry, the Association, and its members; to cooperate with all other organizations with common purpose and goals; to unite in common action to further these goals; to promote greater understanding and knowledge among its members; and to strive to secure the highest standing of ethical and moral professional conduct by its members and the entire industry.