MRIS recently announced that Cindy Ariosa was elected as the Chair of its Board of Directors. Ariosa succeeds industry veteran Jon Coile, who guided MRIS for the past three years and will continue to serve on the Board as Vice Chair.
Ariosa has served on the MRIS Board since 2006 and previously held the role of Vice Chair. Ariosa is the Senior Vice President and Regional Manager of the Baltimore and Western Md. regions of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. overseeing 35 offices across the state. During Ariosa’s illustrious career she has held numerous leadership positions at various state and national real estate industry organizations including: Greater Baltimore Board of REALTORS®, Maryland Association of REALTORS® and National Association of REALTORS® Large Firm Representative.
Through the advisory leadership of Ariosa, MRIS will be focused on creating meaningful industry solutions and delivering innovative products to help real estate professionals be more productive.
“I am very excited to be selected as Chair of the Board. MRIS is comprised of some of the most successful industry veterans working together and we are poised to further our mission of delivering innovative products and solutions to better serve the business needs of real estate professionals and ensure that they have the best tools available to help them succeed,” says Ariosa.
In addition to Ariosa and Coile, the MRIS Executive Committee includes David Howell, Executive Vice President & CIO at McEnearney Associates and Boyd Campbell, Broker/Owner of CENTURY 21 Home Center. Howell continues his role as Secretary and Campbell will continue his role as Treasurer on the Board.
Scott Lederer, Broker and Maryland Regional President, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty, has also joined the Board of Directors. Lederer succeeds Paul Foster, Senior Vice President and Regional Manager of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc., who had been a tremendous asset during his tenure on the board, which began in 2004. Lederer had previously served on the Board of Directors from 2004 to 2013 and has continued his involvement with the MRIS Charitable Contributions Committee and the MRIS Compliance Committee.
“We are very excited for Cindy’s new role on the Board and look forward to having her continued expertise and insight help guide our Board of Directors. We continue to be committed to evaluate, innovate and bring more tangible value to our stakeholders and customers around the Mid-Atlantic,” says MRIS President & CEO David Charron. “Cindy’s guidance, along with the addition of Scott to our Board, reinforces our already solid team of the industry’s most forward-thinking and broker-centric leaders.”
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