NAI Global, the largest, most powerful global network of owner-operated commercial real estate brokerage firms, today announced its 2014 Members’ Leadership Board and Executive Committee, and Council Chairs, at its annual global convention:
Leadership Board Executive Committee:
Chair: Thad Seligman, President and CEO, NAI Horizon
Vice Chair: Paul-Éric Poitras, Managing Partner, NAI Commercial Montreal
Secretary: Andrew Farbman, CEO, NAI Farbman
Michael Flynn, CCIM, SIOR, Executive Vice President, NAI Hiffman, and NAI Global’s 2013 Members’ Leadership Board Chair, will join four other most recent past Chairs to serve on the Board’s Coordination Council. The Coordination Council comprises the aforementioned Past Chairs, the executive committee and NAI Global’s executive leaders, Jay Olshonsky, President; Mauro Keller Sarmiento, Executive Managing Director, International Business; and Bobbi Jean Formosa, Executive Vice President of Operations. This group assures alignment of strategies, goals and objectives so that the organization can perform with the greatest degree of efficiency under a shared vision.
Incoming Board Members:
Elke Laughlin, NAI Houston
Jordan Paul, NAI Merin, Hunter, Codman
Rob DesBrisay, NAI Commercial Vancouver
Carlos Pacheco, NAI Dworking
Gina Dingman, CCIM, NAI Everest
The Members’ Leadership Board provides proactive leadership to increase the profitability, professionalism, technical capability, integrity and standards of practice that reinforce and breed mutual trust and respect throughout the enterprise. It fosters and promotes activities, education and communication that elevate the level of engagement and productivity of Members, Agents and the Network at-large.
NAI Global also named its 2014 Council Chairs:
Marketing – Kim Kamerer, NAI Norris, Beggs & Simpson
Industrial – Adam Roth, CCIM, SIOR, NAI Hiffman
Investment – Gina Dingman, CCIM, NAI Everest
Retail – Kelly Bland, NAI Alliance
Office – Stuart Wyeth, SIOR, NAI Earle Furman
Property Management – Steven Adler, CPM, NAI Bergman
The NAI Global Councils focus on elevating the professional competency of its Members and ensuring consistent service delivery across the network. The Councils are committed to fostering partnership and cooperation among Members by enabling sharing of best practices, including presentations, proposals, documents, collateral, tools and techniques. They work to create value-based programming at meetings and conventions, develop networking forums, and deliver content via Web conferences and industry events.