Since 2000, Corcoran CEO Pamela Liebman has provided strategic direction for Corcoran’s forty managers and more than 2,000 employees and has focused the projects of a corporation with sales that have reached more than 18 billion annually.Under her leadership the company has grown dramatically. In 2001, Pamela spearheaded the negotiations that resulted in the successful acquisition of The Corcoran Group by NRT, the nation’s largest real estate brokerage and a subsidiary of Realogy Corporation. Corcoran expanded its presence into key East Coast markets with the acquisitions of East Hampton, NY-based Cook Pony Farm and Paulette Koch Real Estate of Palm Beach in 2003. Further acquisitions – of McCann Coyner Clarke in Palm Beach, of Allmon Tiernan & Ely in Delray Beach, FL, of Dayton-Halstead and Allan Schneider Associates in the Hamptons, and of Citi-Habitats in New York City – transformed the company into one of the nation’s premier real estate firms. In addition, The Sunshine Group, the nation’s most important marketing agency for new luxury condominium projects, was added to Corcoran in 2005, cementing Corcoran’s position as New York City’s largest and most significant residential real estate entity. Pamela was born in New York City and studied at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and the European Business School in London. She has lectured at New York University, the 92nd Street Y, and the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and serves on numerous panels and committees, including REBNY’s Executive Committee and its Board of Governors. A nationally recognized market expert, she is frequently quoted as a real estate specialist by such leading news organizations as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, National Public Radio, and Bloomberg. In 2009, Crain’s named Pamela one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in New York. Pamela is a member of the Young President’s Organization, a founding board member of the Wipe Out Leukemia Forever Foundation (an institution that raises money to support pediatric leukemia research) and a board member of the USS Intrepid Foundation. For her various social contributions, she has been honored by such organizations as the Child Development Center of the Hamptons, Get Organized New York – The Fund for Public Schools, and the University of Massachusetts Alumni Association. She is married to Dr. Michael Krouse and is the mother of two young daughters.