Dayton REALTORS® swore in the 2022 officers and directors at the REALTORS® Installation Reception, held at the Ele Cake Bistro & Wine Bar on January 4th. The highlight of the event was the inauguration of Billie Duncan-Hart as president of the 3,000-member association.
Duncan-Hart, a REALTOR® with Coldwell Banker Heritage, has been a REALTOR® at Dayton REALTORS® since 1993. In 2020 she was elected as Dayton REALTORS® treasurer and served as the chairperson of the finance committee, and in 2021 she was president-elect and oversaw several committees and projects.
“I am looking forward to a successful year promoting the value that REALTORS® bring to the community,” Duncan-Hart stated. “We’re here not only to guide clients through the complex home buying and selling process, but to also be advocates for consumers by working with local governments to protect home ownership issues through our legislative advocacy.”
Other board officers installed include Greg Blatt, president-elect, and Kelly McCormick, treasurer. Associated with Keller Williams Advisors Realty, Blatt has been a REALTOR® since 1981, and McCormick, associated with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Professional Realty, has been a REALTOR® for 23 years.
Members elected or re-elected to the Board of Directors are Laurie Johnson, associated with Coldwell Banker Heritage; Heather Haase, associated with HER, REALTORS®; Tiffany Lobertini, associated with Home Experts Realty; Maura Schmitt, associated with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Professional Realty; Christina Gentry, associated with Luxe Omni; Richard Moody, associated with Coldwell Banker Heritage, and Bill Roberts with Novus Home Mortgage.
REALTORS® who are serving unexpired terms on the Board of Directors are Jennifer Moore, Kunal Patel, Heather Zimmaro and Jeff Spring, associated with Coldwell Banker Heritage; Joe Willen, associated with Home Experts Realty; and Jeff Owens and Guy Roth, associated with Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Big Hill. Sharon Geier, associated with Irongate, Inc., will continue to serve on the board as immediate past-president.