Distinguished real estate developer and President and CEO of Avalon Group, Christine Camp was featured at the 3rd annual Flores Real Estate Lectures Series on May 9 at the Waialae Country Club.
Camp’s presentation and moderator A. Kam Napier, Editor-in-Chief of Pacific Business News, drew a crowd of over 200 professionals.
During the event, Camp shared about her humble beginnings as a Korean immigrant and how it shaped her journey to becoming the founder of Avalon Group, a real estate development and brokerage services firm. She also spoke about her past and current real estate projects in Hawai‘i, such as the up-and-coming Sky Ala Moana, and addressed issues and trends in Hawai‘i’s male-dominated, real estate industry through a Q&A session.
With over 30 years of industry experience, Camp has developed an extensive portfolio of residential, industrial and hospitality properties, which includes affordable housing in Hawai‘i Kai and the Kapolei Business Park. Since 1999, Avalon Group’s investments in real estate developments have grown to be worth more than $700 million.
The annual real estate lecture series was sponsored by Eddie Flores, Jr. (BBA 1970) and his wife Elaine. Eddie Flores is the president and CEO of L&L Drive-Inn/L&L Hawaiian Barbecue and is the founder of Eddie Flores Real Estate School and Sun Pacific Realty.