Carol Joseph is a partner at Blank Rome LLP, where she specializes in real estate finance and development. She has extensive experience representing leading lenders, owners and developers in the financing, acquisition and disposition of commercial and multifamily properties with particular expertise representing lenders in the securitization and sale of mortgage loans in the secondary market. Her strengths as a legal and business consultant, negotiator and facilitator, collectively, provide a foundation for her practice. Carol is the recipient of the first annual Nathanial R. Jones Diversity Award for demonstrating outstanding leadership promoting diversity within the firm. Her professional affiliations include Association for Real Estate Women, Fannie Mae Legal Forum, Mortgage Bankers Association of New York and America, Real Estate Board of New York and WX Inc., Women Executives in Real Estate. She received a B.S. in accounting from New York University and a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law. Carol was a founding board member of Change the Trust Foundation, Inc., a small private foundation which supports St. Mary Kevin Orphanage in Kajansi, Uganda. An early member of the board of directors of the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan Carol was co-chair of the human resources committee and served on the executive committee and budget committee. Carol served on the board of directors Jewish Women’s Archive and served as chair of the board of the Hadassah Foundation. Carol is a graduate of the Wexner Heritage Foundation program for Jewish leadership
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