Even David Nelson is a bit confused about the path that led him from a desire to be an art professor to leading a commercial real estate firm in one of the nation’s priciest markets.
Recently named regional president for privately held brokerage Kidder Mathews, Nelson’s circuitous career path has led him to a role that is not only responsible for overseeing all the firm’s offices throughout Northern California and Nevada — there are six, many of which are concentrated in and around the Bay Area — but also strengthening Seattle-based Kidder Mathews’ brand in a realm dominated by publicly traded commercial real estate giants.
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