Stephen Hopkins


Stephen Hopkins previously co-founded DisruptCRE, a national technology and commercial real estate conference series connecting industry professionals with innovative ideas and new technologies. He also served as business development director and CMO of the New England & New York Real Estate Journals, where his primary focus was to create and integrate new digital products and revenue streams into the existing print-publishing infrastructure.

Stephen is currently the co-chair of the IFMA Boston marketing and communications committee and is also on the communications and marketing committees for CoreNet New England, USGBC MA, and NAIOP MA.

Stephen has been asked to speak and sit on many panels for notable professional real estate organizations and events including: NAIOP, CoreNet, IREM, NEAHMA, National Association of REALTORS (NAR), Womens’ Council of REALTORS (WCR), Northeast Association of REALTORS (NEAR), NYC Real Estate Expo and NYC Finance Expo.

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