Matthew Schwab is a co-founder of Karlin Real Estate. Since co-founding Karlin in 2008, Matt has overseen over $6 billion in acquisitions, development and financings across the United States and Europe. Most recently his team built out the Parmer Innovation Center platform providing over 6.5 million square feet of amenity-rich, tech focused campuses worldwide. Karlin has executed more than nine million square feet of transactions with Fortune 500 companies and continues to develop millions of square feet around the globe. Matt has moderated and served on a number of panels, including the PERE Global Investor Forum and the IMN Opportunity Fund Conference. Currently, he sits on the Board of Advisors for the Ziman Center for Real Estate and the Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies both located at the Anderson School of Business at UCLA. He was also a Chair of the Board of Trustees for PS1 Elementary School in Santa Monica. Matthew is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara (B.S. in Economics) and the Anderson School at UCLA (M.B.A.).