Janice Stromar elected chair of British Columbia Real Estate Association | REM
Vancouver Island Realtor Janice Stromar of Royal LePage Nanaimo Realty has been elected chair of the British Columbia Authentic Estate Association.
“With BCREA launching into its 2022-2024 strategic system, there are new opportunities to fortify the Realtor profession and demonstrate imagined management in just the sector,” says Stromar. “BCREA employees and Board of Directors have performed incredible operate in excess of the past few decades and I glimpse ahead to contributing to their ongoing success.”
Stromar has been a licensed Real estate agent for 18 several years and joined the BCREA Board of Administrators in 2019. She served as a Vancouver Island Genuine Estate Board (VIREB) director from 2014 to 2018, in which she was president in 2017.
She sat on the City of Nanaimo Reasonably priced Housing Steering Committee in 2017/2018, as well as on the Board of Directors for the Nanaimo Women’s Company Network and the Nanaimo Executives Affiliation. Stromar was awarded the 2021 Real estate agent of the Yr award at the VIREB Once-a-year Basic Assembly.
Becoming a member of Stromar as officers of the association are chair-elect Darren Close of Royal LePage East Kootenay Realty, earlier chair Dan Morrison of Sotheby’s Global Realty Canada and BCREA CEO Darlene Hyde.
New to the Board of Administrators are Ruth Hanson (North Vancouver), Chris Shields (Surrey), Robert Wood (Kelowna) and new community director Kenneth Tan. Returning Realtor administrators incorporate Ashley Smith (Vancouver) and Tim Ayres (Sooke). General public directors Liza Aboud and Catherine Aczel Boivie are also returning.