Michelle Perez Elected 2018 State District Governor for Women’s Council of Realtors-California

January 3, 2018

RE/MAX Gold is pleased to acknowledge Michelle Perez on her recent appointment to State District Governor for the Women’s Council of REALTORS®-California.

Michelle, a Women’s Council member since 2004, has served in a variety of leadership roles for the Council in the past. With titles such as Local President of Solano Network in 2012, 2015 and State District Vice president in 2009, 2016, 2017, it seems Michelle has garnered much experience that now qualifies her for her new position.

As State District Governor, Michelle will wear many hats, including mentoring her local networks (San Francisco, Marin and Contra Costa); serving as a liason to members at large and local networks; facilitating planning and retreat sessions. “My goal is to facilitate our local network to advance women as professionals and leaders in business, the industry and in the communities we serve,” says Michelle.

Michelle expressed that there is so much to be gained by being part of the Women’s Council and serving in this role. She anticipates growing in leadership, elevating her business opportunities and increasing a better way of life.

“Thanks to Women’s Council, I’ve gained leadership training, cutting-edge exposure via educational programs/speakers and collaboration with friends.  I’ve become a stronger leader in my community, incorporated better business practices and maintained balance with family, friends and business.”—Michelle Perez

“Michelle is passionate about home ownership as well as educating other agents around her about the industry. Congratulations Michelle!” —Bill Allard, Manager of the Fairfield office

Contact Michelle directly at: 707-208-2557 or email here at michelle@sellwithmichelle.com.

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