In May, Nonet Reese and I attended the Women’s Council of REALTORS® Conference in Washington, D.C. This mid-year WCR meeting is held in conjunction with the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) legislative meetings. At this conference, we send voting delegates to elect our national officers who lead WCR on a national level.
Three Sixty’s Commitment to Expertise
I love that Three Sixty is committed to serving as a leader in the industry and in our community. I’m always excited to learn from my peers and colleagues from other market areas and share ideas. The professional development and networking opportunities are second to none, and I have learned so much about national leadership and trends. These opportunities allow me to better serve my clients and are one of the best parts of working with Three Sixty.
About the Women’s Council of REALTORS® (WCR)
WCR is a network of successful REALTORS® with a mission to advance women as business leaders in the industry and in the communities they serve. In 1938, women were barred from many local real estate associations, so a “women’s division” was formed, creating the Women’s Council of REALTORS®. Over the decades, vast numbers of women have chosen to work in real estate. There is a considerable benefit to women from the flexible work schedule and the ability to earn pay equitable to men’s in a commission-based field. Today, the council remains a leader for the industry.
WCR provides award-winning business leadership programs. The organization also hosts two annual national conferences in May and November. The Women’s Council of REALTORS® Conference is always one of my favorite professional conferences to attend. I am inspired to see the work REALTORS® do with our elected officials.
Three Sixty prioritizes development and growth
Our team appreciates every opportunity to grow their expertise! I am so grateful to Three Sixty! I always feel encouraged to be involved with professional organizations that enhance my knowledge and give me another avenue for referrals and for thinking globally but acting locally.