Roundtable with Wesley LePatner, Global Head of Core+ Real Estate at Blackstone (Professional Level)
6:00 PM EST
This roundtable is intended for YJP's Professional level members (2-9 years of work experience).
YJP is excited to host Wesley LePatner, Global Head of Core+ Real Estate at Blackstone
This will be a small roundtable for professional-level members, capped at 20 young professionals. The priority for this event is given to those who work within Wesley's specific field. For questions about the event or membership please reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Wesley LePatner is a Senior Managing Director in the Real Estate Group and the Global Head of Core+ Real Estate, based in New York. Ms. LePatner is a member of Blackstone Real Estate’s Investment Committee and serves as a Director and the Chief Operating Officer of Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust (BREIT).
Prior to joining Blackstone in 2014, Ms. LePatner spent over a decade at Goldman Sachs. Ms. LePatner received a BA in History from Yale University, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, and serves on the boards of The Hewitt School, The Abraham Joshua Heschel School, The Mount Sinai Children’s Center Foundation and Yale University Library Council.