BOMA Greater Phoenix executive director resigns

Real Estate | 20 Jul | David McGlothlin

Sarah Osteen has resigned as the executive director of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Greater Phoenix.

Osteen took over as executive director last spring after the unexpected passing of her predecessor Mark Covington in December 2015.

As executive director, Osteen is credited with helping inspire and empower board members, committee members and local BOMA members at large during the association’s recent transitions.

In a statement released by BOMA Greater Phoenix, President Maricela Nunez stated, “Since her return to the organization last spring, we have experienced significant growth in membership, process improvement, strategic planning, operations and more.”

Nunez adds, “On behalf of the board of directors, we are disheartened to see her go, but confident in our leadership team that we will continue on this successful trajectory as we reimagine the future of BOMA Greater Phoenix.”

BOMA’s board of directors has already begun the process of finding Osteen’s replacement.

Osteen’s last day with the BOMA Greater Phoenix will be August 4 before she officially relocates to Montana with her family.

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