What is Blockchain and How Does It Work?

Sponsored by the Real Estate & Blockchain and FinTech Affinities

Blockchain technology is most simply defined as a decentralized, distributed ledger that records the provenance of a digital asset. This revolutionary technology helps reduce risk, stamps out fraud, and brings transparency in a scaleable way for myriad uses. Join Katherine Pinkard (Business '14) as she explains what it is, how its used, and its history. This program will be presented on Zoom. A link will be shared with event registrants and posted on this website in advance of the program. 

MEET OUR SPEAKER
Katherine Pinkard (Business '14), President, Pinkard Properties
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Representing the fourth generation of Pinkards in the commercial real estate industry as the Co-Founder and President of Pinkard Properties, Ms. Pinkard oversees the commercial real estate services firm, providing property management, development, project management, and advisory services. Since founding the company in 2012, she has worked with clients ranging from local real estate owners and developers, to publicly-traded REITs, as well as large public companies, public institutions, and government agencies to manage and consult on an array of assignments. Ms. Pinkard holds an MBA from the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School and a BA from Georgetown University.  Ms. Pinkard currently serves as a member of the Dean’s Alumni Advisory Board of the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School where she chairs the Philanthropy Committee.
 

 

 Event Date
Thursday, February 25, 2021
Start Time: 12:00pm
End Time: 1:00pm

 Contact
Office of Alumni Relations
(410) 516-0808
alumevents@jhu.edu

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