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2016 Real Estate Conference: Peter Cavanaugh Ecosystem Transformation Leader at GE

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Sean Mashian

Sean came into the Baker program with a background in public accounting and finance. He most recently interned at Capstone Advisors, a diversified real estate investment, development and asset management company. In his role as Summer Associate, Sean helped update asset management models for over 1 million square feet of real estate, and worked on special development projects as they arose Sean also has career experience in complex analysis models for the calculation and presentation of discounted cash flows, IRR, hurdle rates, cap rates, financial statement analysis, and profit & loss projections for purchases and developments across the country. He also has received CPA licensure in California. Sean graduated cum laude from UCLA in 2013 with a Business Economics major and an Accounting minor

cavanaugh_head_shot_400x400Cornell’s 34th Annual Real Estate Conference is excited to welcome Peter Cavanaugh, Ecosystem Transformation Leader at GE. Mr. Cavanaugh will be a panelist on the “Think Big/Think Bold: Disruptive Design in the Innovation Economy” panel at the conference.

Mr. Cavanaugh is an ideal candidate to discuss this topic, as in his role at GE, Cavanaugh leads a cross-functional, adaptive team to develop the physical space in the New Boston HQ aligned to the GE beliefs and GE’s focus on becoming a premier digital industrial company. Previously at GE, Cavanaugh held the position of Senior Leader – Global Crotonville Delivery. In this role he spearheaded the integration of the content, experience and environment for the Crotonville experiences worldwide to build skills and to maximize impact on GE Culture.

Cavanaugh received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University in 1986, a Masters in Science in Mechanical Engineering from University of Connecticut in 1992, and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1998. Cavanaugh received a Master’s in Education from University of Pennsylvania in 2014 and Doctorate in Education at the University of Pennsylvania in August of 2015.

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