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Ray White Commercial supports Ellen Feng’s 500 Women journey

RAY White Commercial NSW has offered its congratulations to their analyst Ellen Feng, who has been recognised by the Property Council of Australia (PCA), as part of their 500 Women in Property program.

The initiative involves a personal commitment from PCA members to champion women in their organisation or business sphere who they believe would benefit from further networking, profiling and professional development opportunities.

Ms Feng, who has been an analyst throughout her career has been at Ray White for more than a year, and said she felt honoured by the recognition.

“It gives me an opportunity to connect with other women in different areas of real estate who are also passionate about property, uniting forces to create a better work environment,” she said.

“I feel privileged to have our Head of Research, Vanessa Rader, as my sponsor. Her depth of knowledge will add abundance of value to not only myself, but to this program.

“I’m passionate about being a contributor to change, and assisting in the fostering of the advancement of women in more senior roles across the industry.”

Away from the real estate scene, Ms Feng, who has an identical twin in New Zealand, said she loved the lighter things in life, including travelling and exploring the world.

“I’ve recently relocated with my Silky Terrier, Sundae, whom has her own Instagram page, to this beautiful city (Sydney) from New Zealand, where I grew up,” she said.

“I make time in my busy schedule with my partner to enjoy restaurants with different cuisines and ethnic foods.”

Ray White Head of Research Vanessa Rader said she was very proud to sponsor Ellen in the PCA’s 500 Women in Property, not only as an analyst, but as future leader for the commercial property industry.

“Ellen really has shown herself to be a hard-working, ambitious woman in the Ray White Commercial NSW team,” Ms Rader said.

“Her knowledge and willingness to learn across all commercial asset classes and her understanding of the development market and the drivers which affect it, is outstanding.

“Having 20 years’ experience in the commercial property field I understand the value of data; be it interpreting, analysing or sourcing it, as it’s the backbone for any transaction, development and decision, made across the property market.

“I seldom come across someone who has the understanding, drive and passion for data and its implementation for property professionals.”

Ray White Commercial NSW Managing Director and Partner Jeff Moxham said Ellen was an integral part of his team and he was delighted with her recognition.

“Ellen has been a gamechanger for our business and we’re keen to support her in any way we can for her to realise her ambitions in the commercial property sector,” Mr Moxham said.

“Coming from an institutional commercial agency in New Zealand, Ellen has brought a deep analytical skill-set and understanding of commercial property environments to our team.

“She has a genuine passion for analysis and she’s a wonderful worker. Nothing is ever too much for her, she’s a fantastic team player, and she’s well-loved across our business.

“We see her as a real asset and a future leader of the Ray White Commercial NSW team.”

The NSW launch party for the PCA’s 500 Women in Property program takes place tonight.

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