Author Talk

Conversations With Cabrera: T. Dallas Smith

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Scholars Event Network Theater, Price Gilbert Library

T. Dallas Smith is founder and CEO of T. Dallas Smith & Company and author of In the Black: Changing the Dominant Narrative in the Commercial Real Estate Industry. He currently serves as vice chair of the University System of Georgia's Board of Regents.

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About T. Dallas Smith
Smith began his commercial real estate career in 1982 at Atlanta Air Center Realty under the guidance of Thomas W. Tift Jr. as leasing and management representative for the portfolio. In 1989, he became the first African American broker at Cushman & Wakefield of Georgia. His affiliation with the company opened doors for many minority brokers. In 1995, he pioneered the brokerage division for H.J. Russell & Company, an African American-owned construction and management firm, where he served as VP of the Brokerage Division. In 2006, with the blessing of the late Herman J. Russell, Dallas opened T. Dallas Smith & Company, specializing in tenant representation.

T. Dallas Smith & Company has led projects across the country with metrics exceeding more than eight million square feet of tenant and buyer representation in office and industrial space, and more than five thousand acres of land acquisitions. Since its inception, the team has grown exponentially, and with their combined experiences have successfully led transactions totaling over $16 billion in aggregate value. Dallas is an innovator and thought leader in the commercial real estate community and is intentional about cultivating and developing diverse talent to help shape the commercial real estate industry.

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