PeerStreet leadership wins multiple Comparably Culture Awards

PeerStreet, a marketplace for investing in real estate backed loans, has won Comparably’s 2018 Culture Awards in the following categories:

  • Best CEOs for Diversity
  • Best CEOs for Women
  • Best Managers
  • Best Leadership Team
PeerStreet co-founder and CEO Brew Johnson

Comparably, a compensation, culture and career monitoring website, recently released its 2018 Culture Awards. Based on employee sentiment, these lists recognize companies of all sizes across the nation, including Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Salt Lake City and Washington, D.C., helping to drive positive culture change.

“On behalf of our entire team at PeerStreet, I’m honored to accept these awards,” said Brew Johnson, CEO of PeerStreet. “I couldn’t be more proud of the company we’re building and the culture we’ve developed, even as we continue to grow. Our goal is to transform real estate lending and investing, so we’ve built an inspiring culture and transformative teams to take us there.”

Mr. Johnson founded PeerStreet alongside co-founder and COO, Brett Crosby.

“Comparably takes a data driven approach to show how specific demographics of employees rate their leadership and companies to make workplaces more transparent and rewarding,” said Jason Nazar, Comparably CEO. “PeerStreet’s inclusion in four of our leadership awards showcases its CEO and executive team as among the best of the best, providing a positive framework for others to follow.”

Recent accolades for PeerStreet include being named one of the “10 Best Startups to Work For in Los Angeles” and one of the “Top Fintechs to Work For”. Beyond culture, PeerStreet is included in prestigious lists such as the CB Insights Fintech 250 and HousingWire’s Tech 100.

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