Coldwell Banker and Realogy Support NAREB

By Kevin Guhl, Neighbor

Coldwell Banker And Realogy Support National Association Of Real Estate Broker’s Commitment To Diversity And Inclusion

Ilene Horowitz and Roderick Logan (right)
Ilene Horowitz and Roderick Logan (right)

MONTCLAIR, N.J. (Aug. 23, 2019) – Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and its parent company Realogy had the honor of being a corporate sponsor of the 72nd Annual National Convention of The National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City. This year’s theme was “Building Black Wealth Through Home Ownership,” aligning with NAREB’s mission statement of “Democracy in Housing.”

Coldwell Banker was represented by branch office managers from across the country including Roderick Logan of Montclair, Natalie Carpenter of Hyde Park and Lakeview, Ill., and Sandra Stewart of Arlington, Va. The Coldwell Banker managers ran a photo booth vendor exhibit, attended educational workshops, networked and celebrated the induction of NAREB President Donnell Williams during the weeklong event.

“This was an incredible opportunity for Coldwell Banker and Realogy to show support for both NAREB and our company’s overall commitment to diversity and inclusion,” said Logan.

Coldwell Banker real estate agents in attendance included Ilene Horowitz and Rudy Riveron of the Mountain Lakes, N.J. office; Horowitz is also president of New Jersey Realtors. Realogy leaders in attendance included National Sales Recruiter Toni George, National Director of Growth Markets Jason Riveiro and Senior Vice President of Human Resources Tanya Reu-Narvaez.

Industry speakers included R. Donahue Peebles, chairman and CEO of the Peebles Corporation and honoree on the Forbes list of the Wealthiest African-Americans, and Ryan Gorman, president and CEO of NRT,LLC, a Realogy company that operates Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Both Peebles and Gorman spoke during the conference on topics addressing the ever-changing real estate environment.

Credits: Kevin Guhl | Patch