Yelena Furman People Operations Manager
Yelena Furman has vast experience in business, art consulting and public relations having created and implemented comprehensive communications platforms, as well as organized, coordinated and managed conferences, events & exhibitions. She is highly organized, and has successfully managed teams of very disparate constituents.
Yelena's passion for the arts has led to involvement with numerous non-profit art and cultural organizations. She currently serves on the Board of Advisers of The Museum of Russian Art in Jersey City, and volunteers with organizations focused on educational and cultural activities. She completed a Masters Degree in Art Business from Sotheby’s Institute of Art and holds a BBA in Operations Management from Baruch College.
Her interpersonal skills and meticulous nature serve her well in her current position as People Operations Manager, in which she attracts new talent, focuses on agent success and ensures a dynamic culture at the firm.
Yelena Furman was born in Kiev, Ukraine and spent her childhood in Brooklyn, still calling it home today. She loves art, food and travel, you can find her at a multitude of events throughout New York City.
Elegran Manhattan Market Update: September 2020
September 08, 2020
August was another active month with increased buyer activity in Manhattan resulting in 25% more contracts signed compared to July. Manhattan supply (non-new development) saw only a 5.2% increase in supply, far less than the robust 27% increase we saw in July.Read More
Jared Antin, Elegran’s Director of Sales, digs through the most up-to-date data so you don’t have to with Urban Digs
Elegran Real Estate
August 28, 2020
Jared Antin, Elegran's Director of Sales, joined Noah Rosenblatt and John Walkup of UrbanDigs to talk about which buyers are powering the market, which neighborhoods are hot, and how buyers and sellers can get the most out of working with their agent.Read More
Will the Suburban Boom Continue?
August 14, 2020
As remote work continues on for many businesses and Americans weigh the risks of being in densely populated areas, will more people start to move out of bigger cities? Spending extra time at home and dreaming of more indoor and outdoor space is certainly sparking some interest among homebuyers. Early data shows an initial trend in this direction of moving from urban to suburban communities, but the question is: will the trend continue?Read More