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ESG in Action: How to Build a Successful Program

Watch the virtual chat with USAA Real Estate and Measurabl as experts discuss how to implement an ESG program and take your existing one to new heights. 

Learn ways to implement a successful program from experts in ESG and real estate

Opportunities to access better capital at lower rates have been a source of motivation for real estate companies of all sizes to develop and expand ESG programs. Though real estate professionals may be familiar with the benefits of improving ESG performance, laying the groundwork can be challenging. 

Fortunately, leaders in the space have paved the way for other groups to succeed in these efforts. Watch the virtual chat with Jason McIntyre, Director of Real Estate Operations and Sustainability at USAA Real Estate, and Melissa Bartow, Account Manager at Measurabl, as they discuss how USAA Real Estate built its award-winning ESG program through data-driven innovative approaches.

Meet the Speakers

Jason McIntyre
Director | Real Estate Operations and Sustainability at USAA Real Estate

Jason McIntyre is the Director of Real Estate Operations and Sustainability at USAA Real Estate, where he supports operational aspects of the portfolio for all product types including property management service delivery, national account management, energy and environmental execution, and sustainability strategy at the company and asset level. He works closely with operational teams, asset management, portfolio management and accounting in helping to continue to raise the bar in operations execution and sustainability performance.

Melissa Bartow
Account Manager at Measurabl

Melissa Bartow is a customer advocate empowering real estate professionals to measure, manage, and act on ESG data for the built environment. As an account manager at Measurabl, she takes a customer-first approach and partners with teams to meet their ESG goals.

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