Arizona Mulithousing Association elects 2019 leadership

Real Estate | 11 Dec, 2018 |

Arizona Multihousing Association, the statewide trade group for the apartment industry, elected 2019 officers and board members at its December 6 board meeting.  

Assuming the chair is John Carlson, President of Mark-Taylor Residential. The rest of the leadership group comprises Wendy Weiske, vice chair, Dunlap & Magee; Kim Pacheco, treasurer, Scotia Group Management; Reid Butler, secretary, Butler Housing Company; Nicole Wray, immediate past chair, Greystar; and Adam Grecco, AMC executive, Burns Pest Elimination.

“My goal is to energize and engage,” Carlson said. “We have a board that is 50 strong, the industry is growing, and we are at the forefront of providing quality housing to over 37 percent of Arizonans. The success of the apartment industry is something we’re proud of. It’s like being the Yankees. Everyone is chasing you and some are jealous.

“Being in that role puts a certain amount of responsibility on us. This industry is as strong as ever. Through our legislative work and affiliation with NAA (National Apartment Association), we intend to keep it going strong. We’re the fifth largest NAA affiliate in the U.S. and one of the most proactive; we’re also the fourth largest trade organization in Arizona. I’m looking forward to a great year,” Carlson said.

Board members for 2019: Elizabeth Beaulieu, Quarterpenny Management; Krisanne Beckstead, Picerne Real Estate Group; Lauren Borgeson, Mark-Taylor; Lesley Brice, MC Residential; Sue Campbell, Redi Carpet; Scott Clark, Law Office of Scott Clark; Linda Coburn, NexMetro Development; Scott Cook, Shelton-Cook Real Estate Services, Inc.; Crystal DeHoag, Bella Investment Group; Kohl Eisenhour, Avenue 5 Residential; Kimberly Fitch, Nicolosi & Fitch, Inc.; Tim Furnas, Valley Wide Security.

Shelly Griggs, Baron; Danny Harris, CoStar; Robert Hicks, Alliance Residential Company; Scott Hines, PEM Real Estate Group; Stacey Hogue, Greystar; Susan Knowles, J.R. McDade; Matt Koglmeier, Koglmeier Law Group PLC; David Kotin, Kay-Kay Realty; Jim Kowalski, Kowalski Construction; Dustin Lacey, Mark-Taylor; Omar Mireles, HSL Asset Management.

April Morris, Cox Communications; Melanie Morrison, MEB Management Services; Gloria Munoz, Maricopa County Housing; Lisa Osborn-Warne, Priderock; Kevin Ransil, JLB Partners/JLB Residential; Rich Renta, Weidner; John Rials, Western Wealth Capital; Lisa Rosenfeld; HSL; Mark Schilling, MEB; Tina Schreiber, Alliance; Stacey Searl, Weidner; Christine Shipley, Dunlap & Magee.

Michelle Sinclair, MC Residential; Justin Steltenpohl, P.B. Bell Companies; Greg Stobart, MG Properties; Carmen Suggs, ConAm; David Vanek, Greystar; Luis Verger, Shelton-Cook; Debbie Willis, P.B. Bell; and Mark Zinman, Williams, Zinman & Parham, PC.

The AMA’s signature events are the Tribute Awards held in May at the Phoenix Convention Center and the annual golf tournament held in October, played this year at Starfire Golf Club in Scottsdale. 

AMA received additional recognition this past year when Mike Clow of Greystar Real Estate Partners was named NAA Board Chair for 2019.

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