TORONTO (September 3, 2019) – Savills Roberta Diachok has been awarded the designation of Master of Corporate Real Estate, workplace specialization (MCR.w) by CoreNet Global, the world’s leading professional association for corporate real estate (CRE) and workplace executives. Diachok, a vice president of project management and design in Savills Toronto office, has more than two decades of experience in commercial real estate and interior architecture and design.
“The MCR.w program provides critical content, peer-to-peer learning and a deep pool of knowledge that complements and bolsters my continued professional development,” said Diachok. “The industry is continuously evolving, and clients are looking for up-to-date, innovative occupancy solutions that support strategic success. The designation recognizes the vital role the workplace plays in an organization’s ability to attract and retain talent, manage costs and compete effectively in a rapidly changing environment.”
“Roberta joins a distinguished class of MCR.w graduates who are helping to address the growing demand for workplace strategy in the corporate real estate industry,” said Angela Cain, CEO of CoreNet Global.
Diachok has led over 500 expansion and renovation projects through all phases of delivery and served as a consultant for numerous new developments. She is LEED-, NCIDQ- and Fitwel-certified and currently serves as president of the Greater Toronto Area chapter of the Association of Registered Interior Designers (ARIDO).
The CoreNet Global MCR professional designation was established in 1982 and is part of a comprehensive career development program for the CRE industry, which includes more than 100 hours of classroom training, seminars and assessments. The MCR.w specialization, instituted in 2012, requires the completion of additional workplace-focused courses.