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Spring Lunch Lecture Series: Candice Gonzales and Mike Kramer

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Spring Lunch Lecture Series: Candice Gonzales and Mike Kramer


“The Bay Area Housing Crisis, SB 35, and the Redevelopment of the American Mall” | Presented by Candice Gonzales and Mike Kramer

Candice Gonzalez is the Chief Housing Officer and a Managing Director of Sand Hill Property Company. She oversees the company’s residential developments, including mixed-use, mixed-income, and 100% affordable housing, as SHP pivots towards developing, building, and managing housing for all income levels. rior to joining SHP, Candice was CEO & President of Palo Alto Housing Corporation for over 10 years. Candice currently serves on the board of the Housing Trust Silicon Valley. She has been honored with several awards, including the 2017 Women of Influence Award by the Silicon Valley Business Journal and the 2016 Athena Emerging Professional Award by the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce. Candice received her BA from U.C. Berkeley and her J.D. from UCLA School of Law.

Mike Kramer is a Managing Director for Sand Hill Property Company. He oversees acquisition, financing, development, leasing, and asset management for several projects and serves as portfolio manager, responsible for building and maintaining relationships with our institutional partners and investors. He earned an MPA from Harvard, an MBA from Wharton, and a BS and MS from the University of Illinois, where he studied accounting and finance.

Gonzalez and Kramer's employer, Sand Hill Property Company, is recognized as one of the reputable and successful real estate investment and development companies in the Silicon Valley. Over the past three decades, the company has developed several billion dollars’ worth of real estate projects.

The Company’s Silicon Valley portfolio of stabilized investments and development projects includes shopping centers, mixed-use communities, office complexes, and hotels. The Company has been responsible for the development of many of Silicon Valley’s communities and has earned the trust of the region’s municipal governments, as well as the respect of its peers.

Where: Room 494
When: 12PM - 1PM



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