MEET THE 2020-21
REAL ESTATE SOCIETY COMMITTEE MEMBERS
We are here to guide, inspire and support your pursuit of a career in real estate.
ISAIAH CHARLES '20
Isaiah Charles is a senior at the University of San Diego School of Business and is majoring in real estate. He was exposed to real estate at a young age through the construction firm that his father ran. Witnessing his father's role, Isaiah learned quickly that hard work and sacrifice are critical to achieving success and accomplishing goals. He is also inspired by traveling abroad and intends to pursue a future career which takes advantage of his international experience. Isaiah currently serves as president of the Real Estate Society and is working to obtain his California salesperson real estate license. Over the summer, Isaiah worked with Strata Equity Group, Inc in La Jolla, California. His future plans are to create an international development firm.
MARIA MARMOLEJO RUBIO '21
María is a senior at the University of San Diego School of Business and is pursuing a double major in real estate and finance, in conjunction with minors in Spanish and Italian. She is excited to be part of the Real Estate Society leadership team, since she has been actively engaged in the organization throughout her time at USD. Maria is also and is also involved with other organizations on campus, including the University Ministry. Maria has completed all courses required to obtain her California salesperson real estate license. Maria is a native San Diegan and in her free time, María enjoys biking to the beach and spending time with her family and friends. She plans to stay in San Diego after graduating from USD and hopes to pursue a career in commercial real estate law and/or real estate development. Maria’s long-term plans include establishing a development firm, focusing on the Southern California/Baja Region and staying engaged with philanthropic endeavors
EMILY URNER '21
Co-VP of Marketing
Emily is a senior at the University of San Diego School of Business and is double majoring in real estate and business administration, with a minor in entrepreneurship. Emily has had a fascination with real estate development since a young age. She loves seeing communities thrive and hopes gain more experience, particularly within the affordable housing sector of the real estate industry. Emily is excited to play an integral role on the Real Estate Society board. She plans to attend law school at USD, following graduation and would like to focus on property law. She grew up in Bakersfield, California and enjoys hiking and nature photography.
ISABELLA REICHERT '21
Co-VP of Marketing
Isabella is a senior at the University of San Diego School of Business, pursuing a major in business administration with minors in real estate and marketing. She has served on the board as the marketing manager for USD’s Torero Program, which prepared her to assume the role of vice president of marketing for the Real Estate Society. After college, Isabella plans to pursue a career in marketing in San Diego, where she was born and raised.
HUNTER PFLUEGER '21
Co-VP of Industry Relations
Hunter is a senior at the University of San Diego School of Business and is pursuing a double major in real estate and finance. He was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii and his experiences growing up gave him a taste and passion for real estate. At a young age, Hunter was exposed to the business world by both of his grandfathers, who had careers in commercial real estate in Hawaii. Hunter’s future goal is to own a portfolio of properties both in Hawaii and California. In his free time, Hunter enjoys a multitude of ocean sports, hiking, health and wellness, and enjoying time with his friends.
NOAH HENDERSON '21
Co-VP of Industry Relations
Noah is a senior at the University of San Diego School of Business and is majoring in real estate. He was introduced to real estate in 2016 while working for a family friend. Noah was inspired by the projects he was involved with and that led to his interest in pursuing real estate as a future career. Noah is motivated by curiosity and he enjoys analyzing and finding solutions to challenges he may encounter on a project. He is an avid musician, sports fan and classic car mechanic. Noah is currently pursuing his California salesperson real estate license and plans to join a development firm after he graduates.
CHARLES DINGER '22
Co-VP of Events
Charles is a junior at the University of San Diego School of Business, majoring in real estate and minoring in entrepreneurship. His passion for real estate stems from the process of his parents selling the family home a few years ago. That exposure to the real estate industry peaked his interest. He realized that the personal connections and the fast-pace nature of the industry was something he wanted to pursue. Charles has worked at Alliance Residential as a property management intern. He is from Sunnyvale, California and plans to reside in Southern California after graduation. Charles is passionate about health and fitness and also enjoys basketball, cooking, baking and spending time with friends and family.
NICHOLAS BOST '22
Co-VP of Membership
Nicholas is a junior at the University of San Diego School of Business and is majoring in real estate and minoring in philosophy, politics and economics (PPE). Nick was born in Southern California and attended high school in Newport, where he was exposed to many of his family’s friends who were involved in commercial real estate development and investments. He learned that these two sectors of the real estate industry can have a profound impact on every community and its future growth. This fact inspired Nicholas to pursue a career in this industry. Nick recently completed all courses for the California Real Estate Salesperson’s license and anticipates obtaining the license by the end of 2020. Nicholas wants to enhance his skills and build important relationships within the commercial brokerage sector so that he can eventually establish his own real estate investment firm in San Diego. In addition to the Real Estate Society, Nicholas is an active member in the University of San Diego’s Investment Club, is passionate about classic cars, architecture, reading and is a lifelong Eagle Scout.
KARLA OLMOS '22
Co-VP of Membership
Karla is currently a junior at the University of San Diego School of Business and is pursuing a double major in finance and real estate. She is very excited to be actively engaged with the Real Estate Society and looks forward to networking with the San Diego real estate community. Karla grew up in the San Diego and Los Angeles areas. Her mother exposed her to real estate and she was further inspired to pursue real estate as a future career after learning about the vast opportunities and number of different sectors within the real estate industry. Karla obtained an associates degree in fashion business and technology from Fashion Careers College. She has a fashion blog and has experience modeling professionally. She is bilingual in English and Spanish, is currently learning Italian and plans to learn Arabic thereafter. She enjoys traveling and learning about different cultures. Karla intends to pursue a career in real estate that will incorporate her international experiences and passion for other cultures.
JACQUELINE GREULICH '85
Advisor, Real Estate Society
Jacqueline Greulich is the associate director of real estate student and career services at the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate. She is responsible for connecting undergraduate and graduate real estate students with professionals within the commercial and residential real estate industry. Jacqueline oversees the coordination of student mentorships, internships and career placement initiatives. She brings more than 20 years of experience within the commercial real estate industry, including positions with Westcore Properties and Burnham Real Estate (now Cushman & Wakefield). Jacqueline is an alumna of USD and Lead San Diego 2001, and is a recipient of the TWIN YWCA award.
PROFESSOR JOHN DEMAS, ESQ.
Professor John C. Demas, Esq. brings accounting, tax, legal and real estate experience into both the School of Business’ accountancy and real estate programs. Professor Demas teaches graduate federal tax research and undergraduate law and real estate courses and unique perspective spans accounting positions in the hospitality industry, due diligence for roll-up mergers and expert witness testimony for commercial escrow matters. His current estate planning practice is The Demas Law Firm. Demas’ applied research interests focus on pedagogy, tax, real estate and sustainability.