Online Master’s in Real Estate Faculty
The faculty members teaching in the online Master’s in Real Estate program at Georgetown make up an impressive roster of accomplished professionals. Drawing from the worlds of entrepreneurship, private business, nonprofits and government, together they offer you an insider’s view of real estate that is both comprehensive and global.
As a student in the program, you will have the opportunity to learn from these recognized and respected experts. They are more than instructors — they are invaluable resources who can transform your learning experience into a life-changing one.
As the Director of the Research & Analysis at Streetsense, Ms. Arnold specializes in market analysis, and incentive planning for real estate developers and downtown environments.
A certified public accountant, Mr. Dalkin was the recipient of Georgetown’s Tropaia award for outstanding teaching in 2013. He has had work published in the Journal of Accountancy and Professional Services Marketing Journal.
Professor Firschein is a member of the Federal Reserve Board, where he leads teams that analyze consumer and community development policies and practices. Prior to that, he held leadership positions at Fannie Mae and the U.S. Treasury Department.
Eric Lindner’s career has spanned several fields and continents. He was Chairman and CEO of Colonial Parking, Inc., DC’s largest parking company, and co-founder of PCP, Poland’s largest parking company, which he sold to a Belgian conglomerate.
Roger Pao, JD
Roger Pao, JD, is an attorney and educator with extensive experience in online education and an interest in dynamic, innovative pedagogies. He is currently Assistant Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Studies at the New England College of Business and Finance.
Eugene E. Tibbs, Jr.
Eugene E. Tibbs, Jr. is chairman of the Commercial Real Estate and Hospitality practice groups at Asmar, Schor & Mckenna, PLLC and regularly represents a wide variety of clients in single asset and portfolio transactions.
Rachel Toker is Founder and President of Urban Ecosystem Restorations, Inc., a nonprofit urban land trust focused on creating and protecting green spaces that perform integrated ecosystem functions within private developments in the Washington, D.C. region.
Howard Ways, AICP
Howard has over 20 years of planning, affordable housing and real estate development experience, working in such cities as Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, DC. Since 2012, he has served as the Executive Director of the Redevelopment Authority of Prince George’s County where he manages the County’s homebuyer’s assistance program, neighborhood stabilization, Community Impact Grants and a portfolio of major infill mixed use development projects valued at over $574 million.
Mr. Williamson developed office properties in Bulgaria, Russia and Poland as those countries transitioned toward market-based economies in the late 1990s and early 2000s. More recently, he has advised agencies in Washington D.C. on major developments.