Senada Adzem is internationally renowned as a luxury real estate expert and media contributor. She regularly appears on CNBC, Bloomberg Television, MSNBC and Fox Business News. Print appearances include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and The Financial Times.
As the Executive Director of Luxury Sales at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Ms. Adzem has sold over $525,000,000 and attained the company’s highly coveted Pinnacle Award and Top Producer title. Senada is recognized as a trusted advisor to global leaders and ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) clientele and consistently delivers profit gains within highly competitive U.S. real estate investment markets. Ms. Adzem’s utmost discretion and value-added approach to her discerning clientele secured her reputation as the pre-eminent power broker in the United States’ luxury real estate market. She appears on CNBC’s "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" and Bravo's, "Million Dollar Listing: Miami".
Previously, Ms. Adzem spent five years as a Top 1 percent producer for Corcoran Group Real Estate. She is a former vice president at Trump International and was the creative force behind marketing Donald J. Trump's condominium developments. Her investment experience includes positions with The Frankel Group, a New York-based strategic consultancy and venture capital firm.
Ms. Adzem’s life journey has been extraordinary. Prior to receiving her BA in International Business and MBA in real estate development, she was a survivor of the Siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian War. In her recent TEDx Talk, "Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity", Ms. Adzem shared her inspiring story of survival. She is in high demand as a speaker on the subjects of women’s empowerment and gender equality, entrepreneurship and real estate investment.
Senada is an avid supporter of causes that empower children. This includes Florence Fuller Child Development Centers in Boca Raton and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, of which she is a board member. In her spare time, Senada trains mixed martial arts with Henri Hooft, head striking coach of The Blackzilians.