Grand County Realtor Board welcomes new leadership
Volunteer Grand County Board of Realtors
Leadership for local Realtors will be provided by new President and Managing Broker of Edgewater Realty, Becky Brosh.
“It is truly a pleasure and privilege to serve in this important position,” she said. “During my years, first as the Executive Officer of the Grand County Builders Association, then as a volunteer Director for GCBOR, I experienced first-hand the fact that it is so vital for members to step forward and make the decision to serve.
“By virtue of our membership and our experience in the industry, each and every one of us is qualified to serve in a leadership role. The more members are willing to do so, the stronger the association. We have a treasure in the form of experienced and dedicated staff. Deb Brynoff and Krys Boy provide the Realtors with excellent, reliable support to maintain an efficient operation, guidance and training as brand new volunteer Directors join the Board.”
New volunteers are Director Harold Dobzewitz of Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties and Treasurer, Monica Johnson of Meyer Mountain Realty.
“It was so unexpected to be nominated and elected by my peers for this important position,” Johnson said. “Kathy Gingery has done such a wonderful job in this position for the past several years keeping balance over the fiscal management of the Board.
Those are ‘big shoes’ to try to fill. Having been a Realtor since 2003, I consider myself to be fairly new to the Realtor community. I look forward to becoming more involved day-to-day with Board activities.
“I am so excited about this opportunity to grow in the Real Estate profession and to serve in this position. I really encourage all members to become more involved,” concluded Monica Johnson.
Suzi Maki of Re/max Resorts of Grand County-Grand Lake is the GCBOR President-Elect.
Jennifer Brewster of Real Estate of Winter Park is also a volunteer Director and very active community volunteer.
The new Officers and Directors were recently installed by Colorado Association of Realtors (CAR) President-Elect, Amy Dorsey, and CAR Mountain District VP, Patty Brave.
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