Kirstin Punu

Kirstin graduated from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design with a Master in Urban Planning degree and a concentration in real estate finance and development. She currently serves as a Realty Specialist for the Department of Navy's Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific. In her role at NAVFAC PAC, Kirstin is responsible for two of the largest, most complex programs serviced by NAVFAC Pacific's Asset Management group, the Resilient Energy Program Office (REPO) and the Guam Program Management Office (GPMO). Prior to joining NAVFAC, Kirstin was Project Manager for the Daniel K. Inouye Center for Democratic Freedom with Clifford Planning & Architecture, LLC. She also spent time in Japan with Lehman Brother's Global Commercial Real Estate group researching and authoring market and industry reports and Hong Kong as a Real Estate Development Consultant with Hopewell Housing Ltd. Kirstin also holds a Bachelor degree in Landscape Architecture from Cornell University and worked in the architectural firm RTKL's Tokyo office creating and implementing design concepts for retail centers and corporate interiors.