RE/MAX Vice Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder Gail Liniger has been inducted into the Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville (SIUE) Alumni Hall of Fame, joining a group of accomplished graduates who have excelled in their professions. Liniger is one of 15 graduates in the 2011 Hall of Fame class that also includes a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and a Bronze Star veteran who served in Iraq.
“I’m surprised and honored to be recognized with such an accomplished group of professionals,” says Liniger. “Each one has not only enjoyed success in their chosen field, they’ve also given something back to their communities. And that’s a very important part of doing business.”
According to the company, Liniger graduated with a degree in Business in 1968 and moved to Denver five years later, becoming the first employee to join RE/MAX. In the years since, she has helped build the company into a worldwide real estate leader, focused not only on business, but on community citizenship. This month, Gail and Dave Liniger, RE/MAX Chairman and Co-Founder, will be recognized by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals for the company’s dedication to children. The Linigers will be presented with the 2011 Founder’s Award, honoring the commitment made by RE/MAX offices around the world, which have raised more than $100 million in contributions for the nonprofit organization.
As a licensed Colorado real estate broker, Liniger holds several designations, including Certified Real Estate Broker (CRB), Accredited Buyer Representative