There are many adjectives that could be used to describe each of the Most Influential Women in Commercial Real Estate for 2021. Innovative. Driven. Brilliant. Strong.

But that doesn’t mean they didn’t face unprecedented challenges like the rest of us during the pandemic.

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“Personally, I found self-care to be more important than ever,” says Tiffany Sharp, principal at Sharp Construction. “It was way too easy to fall into the pattern of rolling out of bed, opening my laptop and working until later hours of the evening without taking the necessary mental and physical breaks to keep me healthy and recharged. Professionally, I better understand the value and importance of connecting in-person when it comes to building more solid foundations within your network. I’ve always understood the value of maintaining the relationships within my network but never quite felt the challenge of that maintenance as I did during the pandemic due to the inability to meet in person.”

Each of the Most Influential Women in Commercial Real Estate for 2021 have overcome obstacles throughout their careers to distinguish themselves and succeed in a still male-dominated industry.

But there is a lot more to learn about this year’s Most Influential Women in Commercial Real Estate. Get to know them a little better at a dinner celebrating their accomplishments on August 26, 2021, at Chateau Luxe. For details about the event, click here

Learn more about all the Most Influential Women of 2021 beginning July 5, 2021, at, when we will begin publishing daily profiles of each of the 2021 honorees leading up to the Most Influential Women event.

NOTE: The Most Influential Women in Arizona Business will be announced Thursday, July 1, 2021, at

The Most Influential Women in Commercial Real Estate for 2021

Adrienne Bryant, owner, Bryant Commercial Real Estate

Mary Fedewa, president and CEO, S|T|O|R|E Capital

Patti Gentry, senior vice president, JLL

Jessica Grant, partner, executive vice president, and CFO, Corbins Electric

Yung Koprowski, owner, Y2K Engineering

Nicole Maas, vice president of marketing and communications, Kitchell

Michele Pino, commercial and site selection specialist, Land Advisors Organization

Angie Schmidt, CEO, SDB Contracting

Keri Scott, vice president, Colliers

Tiffany Sharp, principal, Sharp Construction

LuAnn Thoma-Holec, principal and founder, Thoma-Holec Design

Kathey Wagner, CEO, EPS Group