Karen E. Kennedy Recognized with Leadership Award

Karen E. Kennedy, Founder and President of National Asset Services, was the recipient of the Outstanding Women’s Leadership Award presented at the Global Women’s Summit held recently in Los Angeles.
Karen E. Kennedy, Founder and President of National Asset Services, was the recipient of the Outstanding Women’s Leadership Award presented at the Global Women’s Summit held recently in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles, CA—Karen E. Kennedy, Founder and President of National Asset Services, was the recipient of the Outstanding Women’s Leadership Award presented at the Global Women’s Summit held recently in Los Angeles. Ms. Kennedy was recognized for her outstanding achievements that have impacted women’s lives through leadership, mentoring and inspiring other women to succeed. The award was presented at a ceremony during a two day conference attended by women and leaders from around the World.

Ms. Kennedy founded National Asset Services, a nationwide commercial real estate management company specializing in an unbiased management approach to property value enhancement for property ownership, in 2008. The company has grown to be manager of over 90 commercial properties valued at over $2 Billion in a wide range of asset classes including: Office, multifamily, retail, student housing, assisted living and industrial flex.

“Karen has received many accolades for her success in the commercial real estate industry, but what makes this award so special and deserved is that it recognizes her positive impact on all women’s lives outside the industry as well.” commented Carol Scott, Managing Director of National Asset Services.

Ms. Kennedy’s community service leadership includes:  Founding member of Women in Real Estate (WIRE); Member of the Self-Help Recovery and Exchange (SHARE!) an organization that helps people in Los Angeles pursue personal growth and change; Active board member of Daybreak, an interim housing and day program that offers services to homeless women living with a mental illness.