Seating is limited; $20 donation per person supports Komen Philadelphia
Please note, this event has been rescheduled from it's original date of February 8 due to the City's celebrate of the Eagles.
Susan G. Komen Philadelphia proudly launches our Young Professionals After-Work Series with an intimate evening featuring Philadelphia City Councilman At-Large and real estate powerhouse, Allan Domb.
In order to keep your experience highly personal and memorable, seating is limited for this exclusive event. Register early so that you can enjoy:
- Meet-and-greet with Allan Domb
- Fantastic wine and “light bites”
- Riveting presentation with Q&A: Allan Domb gives you an inside look at exciting changes on the horizon for those who live and work in Philadelphia, where the smartest real estate investments exist for millennials and the which influential forces will have the city thriving in 2018.
- Networking in the sophisticated comforts of the Loew’s Concierge Lounge
All admission fees will be donated to Komen Philadelphia to help increase the number of breast cancer survivors in our community.
Special thanks to:
- The Loews Philadelphia Hotel
- Sarah Borgia, Women Philadelphia Young Professionals After-Work Series chairperson
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts Degree from American University in Washington D.C., Allan Domb moved to Philadelphia, a place he has called home for the past 39 years. In 1980, as a result of his love and passion for Philadelphia, Allan began his work creating a highly reputable real estate brokerage firm; a firm which today has helped transform Center City. As a means of becoming fully immersed in Philadelphia’s real estate market and to help advocate for the rights of private property owners, in 1990, and consecutively in 2013-2015, Allan served as the President of the Greater Philadelphia Association of Realtors (“GPAR”,) a not-for-profit trade organization. Under the leadership and vision of Allan, GPAR’s mission statement was transformed from the “Voice for Real Estate in Philadelphia” to the “Voice for Philadelphia.” As a result of his vast business experience, involvement in GPAR, advocating for the rights of private property owners, and his success in real estate and other business ventures, Allan was brought to the realization that within the City of Philadelphia’s government there existed an unfilled niche for a business-minded individual. As such, Allan believed that he was someone who could bring the same business skills and advocacy ability that made him a successful businessman to the chambers of Philadelphia City Council. In November 2015, Allan was elected to Philadelphia City Council as an At-Large member. As a proud Philadelphian, and now as a City Councilman, Allan is committed to lowering the poverty rate, through promotion of the Earned Income Tax Credit and increasing job opportunities; collecting delinquent taxes owed to the city; implementing strategies and solutions that enhance efficiencies in government; encouraging and expanding the tech sector while continuing to attract the millennial population and strengthening our local economy through the retention of existing businesses and creation of new businesses. It is Allan’s belief that a healthy, effective and efficient government is the key to a healthy and thriving Philadelphia.