Christine Seay is a Senior Financial
Analyst on the Global Project Management Platform within CBRE’s Global
Corporate Services. Located in Dallas, Ms.
Seay’s role on the Platform is primarily focused on Americas Local Market
Project Management, and her responsibilities include business analytics,
financial analysis, and performance management for all markets across the
Americas. In this role, she works directly with Americas Project Management
leadership to model different growth scenarios for the business, develop
meaningful metrics and targets around Project Management’s Occupier and
Investor businesses, and track and measure both the individual markets’ and
overall line of business’ progress toward achieving these targets. Furthermore, she has helped oversee the local
market budgeting, forecasting, and accounts receivables processes.
Ms. Seay has also worked extensively with
the Platform and global Project Management leaders to develop global pricing
tools, used by leadership for transparency into and analysis around Project
Management’s personnel costs and labor rates. In addition, she helped develop the criteria
and tracking methodology to quantify Project Management’s value proposition to
clients and trained both internal and external resources on how CBRE creates,
measures and reports value for clients. Ms.
Seay has formally presented this information twice as an instructor at CBRE
University and at a Project Management Symposium at the University of Texas at
Dallas, with audiences ranging from 20-300 people. She was also responsible for the GCS Project
Management Business Development efforts within the US Central Division.
Prior to joining the Project Management Platform, Ms. Seay spent time as a Financial Analyst with CBRE’s Global Corporate Services Group, supporting the FDIC Account in its management of properties acquired from failed financial institutions. On the FDIC Account, she was the analyst for all the joint CBRE/FDIC Auctions and Sealed Bids. Ms. Seay was involved in 50 auctions and sealed bids, disposing of almost 1,000 assets and exceeding $180 million in sales.