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Rachel Wein Named 2012 Outstanding Young Alumnus at University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning
St. Petersburg, Fla. — Rachel Elias Wein, the St. Petersburg consultant who heads WeinPlus Real Estate Advisory Services, was recently named an Outstanding Young Alumnus of the University of Florida’s College of Design, Construction and Planning.
Wein, who earned a Bachelor’s Degree, Master of Architecture and Master of Business in Real Estate from the University of Florida and serves on the advisory board of the Bergstrom Center for Real Estate Studies, is a member of Florida Blue Key and the University of Florida Hall of Fame.
The former Development Manager with The Sembler Company in St. Petersburg and Senior Associate with Ernst & Young’s Construction and Real Estate Advisory Services practice in Philadelphia said prior commitments prevent her attending the Outstanding Alumnus Awards presentation in Gainesville April 7.
The Outstanding Young Alumnus awards were established to honor young alumni who have distinguished themselves in the areas of business, community involvement and public service.
Wein currently serves as the construction chairman for the Pinellas Education Foundation’s Savings for the Classroom initiative.
Published in Tampa Bay Business Journal