Photos: TREC Speaker Series with Danielle DiMartino Booth



On two occasions this summer, more than 300 guests filled the Hilton Anatole Hotel’s Stemmons Ballroom for installments of TREC’s Speaker Series, sponsored by Bank of Texas, the Dallas Morning News and Stewart Title. In June, author and commentator Danielle DiMartino Booth shared her insights on the future of the Federal Reserve and what to expect from U.S. monetary policy. Then, in late September, The Dallas Morning News Real Estate Editor Steve Brown moderated a panel discussion between JPMorgan Chase & Co Managing Director Steve Hemperly, AT&T Vice President of Talent Acquisition Jason Oliver and KDC Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Steve Van Amburgh about the battle to attract and retain talented employees in DFW. Each event took a fascinating look at facets of the commercial real estate industry here in Dallas that will impact our city for years to come.


Robin Minick, Melissa Eastman of Stewart Title, Butler Advisers’ Diane Butler, Danielle DiMartino Booth, TREC Programs Chair David Evemy


Stewart Title’s Kate Cavanaugh, Danielle DiMartino Booth, Stewart Title’s Melissa Eastman


Bank of Texas’s Marty Hall, Danielle DiMartino-Booth, Bank of Texas’s Dan Easley


Danielle DiMartino Booth


TREC Chair Greg Kraus, TREC Programs Chair David Evemy, TREC President Linda McMahon, Steve Van Amburgh of KDC, Jason Oliver of AT&T, Steve Hemperly of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of Texas’s Kim Kittle, the Dallas Morning News’s Steve Brown, Butler Advisers’ Diane Butler, Bank of Texas’s Dan Easley


Steve Hemperly and Jason Oliver 


Steve Brown, Jason Oliver, Steve Hemperly, Steve Van Amburgh


Jason Brown, Steve Hemperly, Steve Van Amburgh