The Fallon Company has earned a reputation for being an industry leader on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. We believe that building a diverse and inclusive workplace that harnesses and values everyone’s unique talents is vital to our success. We aim to set the standards for diversity and inclusion in each market we enter, and we are committed to ensuring that minority- and women-owned businesses are represented in all phases of development and real estate activities. After all, without DEIB, there is no community.
Since 2021, The Fallon Company and Street2Ivy have collaborated to bring a free real estate investing course to Boston-area youth, helping to create a better economic future for more young people in our community by equipping them with the skills, knowledge and mentors needed to participate in the real estate industry. This program, founded by The Fallon Company, is having a transformational impact as it grows and has developed into a model successfully replicated by other organizations in Boston.
The Fallon Company is proud to co-fund the establishment of a Real Estate Concentration at North Carolina Central University’s MBA program. A historically black university in Durham, NC, NCCU is the only HBCU with an accredited MBA real estate concentration. The Fallon Company also serves on the program’s advisory board.
Funded by the North Carolina Governor’s office and administered by the University of North Carolina system, this program provides internships for students at the 10 HBCUs in the state. Our internship is a rotational program designed to introduce students to commercial real estate development. Culminating in an investment committee pitch presentation, the internship will build foundational skills and spark an interest in the industry – furthering our goal of diversifying the commercial real estate industry.
The Fallon Company is proud to sponsor the Builders of Color Coalition in Boston. The Coalition’s mission is to create generational impact and expand economic opportunity by increasing access and diversity within Boston’s commercial real estate industry.