Darwyn Harp, general property manager with Hines, was elected president of BOMA Greater Phoenix.
BOMA Greater Phoenix names new officers, board members
BOMA Greater Phoenix, the industry group that advances the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, influence, and knowledge, elected its 2018 officers and board members via electronic vote of its membership.
Darwyn Harp, General Property Manager with Hines, was elected President. He is joined by Vice President Robert Vincent, Cordia Capital Management; Treasurer Jayme Bartholomew, Development Services of America; and Allied Chair Tim Barber, Maintenance Mart.
“I am honored and humbled to have been elected as BOMA Greater Phoenix’s next President,” Harp said. “BOMA has vibrant energy, and I want to capitalize on it. My goal is to reach out to prospective members and share our story of the great work BOMA has accomplished and will continue to do.
“With a focus on public policy advocacy, networking, and education, I renew my desire to make BOMA’s name synonymous with excellence in commercial real estate and be the go-to entity for building owners and managers,” Harp said.
Board members for 2018: Colleen Leblanc, ATI Restoration; Gina Rouban, Edge Building Services; Michael Chadwick, ViaWest Group; Julie Martens, CBRE; Melissa Scott, Sunbelt Holdings; Maricela Nunez, LBA Realty; Nate Williams, ProServ; Toni Covington, ABM; Chris Vetter, Transcend Security; and Bruce Coomer, Dircks Moving & Logistics.
BOMA Greater Phoenix wrapped up the year on Nov. 3 by hosting The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Awards. Each year the TOBYs recognize outstanding performance in buildings and reward excellence in building management.