2019 Board of Directors Candidates
The following candidates are vying for your votes in the election for your 2019 Officers and Directors. Several have submitted their profile for your consideration.
The election will open on Friday, October 12, 2018 at 9:00am and conclude at 12:00pm on Thursday, October 25, 2018. (Link to the election will be available upon the opening of the election.)
Mark your calendar now for Awards and Installation on January 9, 2019 for the installation of Eric Boyd as your 2019 President!
(all candidates listed alphabetically by last name)
For Vice-President/ President-Elect
1 open position, 3 year term
(President-Elect, President, Immediate Past President)
PROFILE Errington "Mercy" Neysmith, ERA Chappell & Associates
PROFILE Melissa Powers, Reliant Realty, ERA Powered
3 open positions, 3 year term
PROFILE Christian Black, Century 21 Platinum Properties
PROFILE Kaitlyn Bonds, Coldwell Banker Conroy, Marable & Holleman
PROFILE Joann Garcia, Keystone Realty and Management
PROFILE Sandra Hester, Veteran's Realty Services
PROFILE Angel Johnson, Keller Williams Realty
PROFILE Kayla Pierson, Century 21 Platinum Properties
PROFILE Kim Weyrauch, Keller Williams Realty
Proposed Bylaws Changes
The following changes to the Bylaws of the Clarksville Association of REALTORS® has been recommended for adoption by the Board of Directors.
Items in red with a strikethrough are intended to be deleted.
Items in blue with an underline are intended to be inserted.
Recommendation #1: Changing the title of Secretary/Treasurer to Treasurer and naming the Executive Officer as the Secretary.
The rationale behind this change is that the Executive Officer already performs all of the functions of the Secretary as a part of the daily routine and is already designated as an Ex-Officio Officer. In practice, the Treasurer does not perform the duties of Secretary.
Recommendation #2: Changing the requirement of having 2 Principal Brokers or Broker/Owners on the board at all time to having 1 Principal, Managing Broker or Broker Owner at all times.
The rationale behind this is that the membership has grown in such proportions that there are fewer available Brokers that are qualified and willing to serve and reducing the requirement to 1 more Broker will open up more opportunities for new leadership.
The original rule for Principal Brokers to serve on the Board was instituted when CAR became an all-REALTOR® association in 1996 and was intended to aid in the transition from only allowing Brokers to vote and sit on the Board to allowing non-principals to act in those roles.