George Gosieski

Studley Inc.
George recently joined Studley to create a workplace and environmental sustainability practice. Studley is the leading international commercial real estate services firm specializing in tenant representation. Founded in 1954, Studley pioneered the conflict-free business model of representing only tenants with their commercial real estate transactions and provides strategic real estate consulting services to the federal and state governments, top-tier corporations, not-for-profit organizations, and law firms.

Prior to joining Studley, George was a Director in Capital One's Corporate Real Estate group where he developed the award winning West Creek Campus, created the concept of Scalable People Centers, and founded Capital One's Environmental Sustainability Office where, under his leadership, Capital One became the first corporation to achieve Green Globes status for a corporate campus.

George's career also includes 19 years with the Boeing Airplane Company where he developed three corporate campuses and established the Asia-Pacific Real Estate team and Global Real Estate Group.

George also supports several non-governmental organizations. He is a member of the National Association of Environmental Management, Green Building Initiative board of directors and research committee; Corenet Global's Sustainability Community; and Da Capo Music Institute advisory board.

George founded the Facility Management Degree program at the University of Washington and holds multiple patents related to wireless technology. He has a degree in Architecture from the University of Washington, a Masters in Corporate Real Estate from Corenet Global, and is a Certified Scrum Master.

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