Kristin Boekhoff is currently developing a sustainable boutique resort in southern Bangladesh where savvy travelers can have a beautiful, authentic, cultural experience while preserving the social and environmental integrity of the area. Panigram will be the first in a collection of resorts that focus on destination stewardship.
In 2006 Ms. Boekhoff was a Fulbright Fellow to Bangladesh where she researched the feasibility of a sustainable, replicable low-income housing real estate development program for female migrant laborers in Dhaka.
Prior to her departure for Bangladesh, she was the Chief Information Officer at CharterMac, one of the US's leading full-service real estate finance companies. Her team worked closely with the asset management, underwriting, acquisitions, accounting, lending, and construction groups to improve the firm's ability to service its developers and investors and to continue the corporate goals of streamlining workflow efficiencies and improving communication between internal and external groups. Previously, Ms. Boekhoff ran the Fund Management Group where she was responsible for developer servicing, cash management, and investor reporting. She managed over $7 billion of equity invested in the firm's 100+ real estate funds and oversaw developer relations for over 1,200 new and stabilized properties.
Before joining CharterMac, Ms. Boekhoff had six years of project management experience, most recently as a business analyst at Neuberger Berman, a financial services firm, where she was responsible for managing large information technology and business reorganization projects. Previously, she worked as a management consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers in the Marketing and Customer Management Group.
Ms. Boekhoff received a B.S. from Cornell University and an M.S. in Real Estate Development from New York University.