Outstanding Member of the Year Awards Given

BOMA OEB was honored to present our 2019 Outstanding Member of the Year Awards last week at the BOMA Bay Area Awards Gala in San Francisco.  These members exemplify the dedication to the industry and their community.  BOMA OEB Member of the Year awards are given out annually,  nominations open every Fall. 
Outstanding Principal Member of the Year -- Karissa Obeso, CBRE

Karissa Obeso has been an active member of BOMA Oakland/East Bay for over nine years. She's been a leader on the emerging professionals and events committee.   She has been with CBRE since 2011 and is currently managing the The Research Park in Marina Village.  
Karissa not only gives to BOMA Oakland/East Bay, she gives back to the community by volunteering for Wardrobe for Opportunity and the Boys and Girls Club of Alameda.  

Outstanding Engineer Member of the Year -- Toby Ludwick. CBRE 

Toby Ludwick joined our team as Chief Engineer at 2100 Powell Street in Emeryville in September 2018. Toby has had a lifelong involvement in facilities management, growing up in a family of Engineers - his father was a longtime Chief in San Francisco and his two brothers were brought up in the trade as well.
Toby returned to CBRE having worked as an Engineer at four different CBRE managed properties in the past. He completed Advanced Refrigeration Courses at Laney College and holds relevant certificates in the industry including Universal EPA Refrigerant, High Rise Fire Safety Director, CA State Fire Pump and First Aid/CPR/AED Certifications.

Outstanding Principal Member of the Year -- Jeannie Nyberg, American Asphalt

Jeannie Nyberg loves helping people and solving problems! She feels those skill sets are her driving force. She notes that she has always worn many hats at the organizations she's worked for and loves it. She lives by the motto; Life is too short to hold back! 

Jeannie is the Director of Marketing at American Asphalt and is very involved in BCN Silicon Valley, BCN East Bay and past chair of BOMA OEB's Emerging Professionals Committee.



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