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SDAR installs 2013 officers, board with annual event

The Greater San Diego Association of Realtors will put on its dancing shoes Saturday as it installs the 2013 officers and board of directors at the 2013 Installation Dinner and Dance.

The event kicks off with a reception, followed by the dinner and program located at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina.

Linda Lee will be inducted as the 2013 president, and Donna Sanfilippo and Robert Kevane are the immediate past presidents. The president elect is Leslie Kilpatrick; the vice president is Chris Anderson; Glenn Bennett is the treasurer; and Michael Mercurio is the CEO.

The 2013 board of directors are: Edith Broyles, Kevin Burke, Vicki Mahanna Campbell, Karla Cohn, Gerri-Lynn Fives, Steve Fraioli, Roger Holtsclaw, Randy Jones, Ashley Lunn, Mark Marquez, Denise Matthis, Rob McNelis, Mary Mitchell, Angela Ordway, Paulina Rassavong, Michelle Serafini, Cory Shepard, Michael Spilger, Jim Taylor, Ken Tablang and Fiona Theseira.

The event will feature a President’s Circle Reception where Lee and leaders from the National Association of Realtors and the California Association of Realtors, as well as local dignitaries will network.

Lee came to California about 30 years ago from Taipei, Taiwan. She earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California, San Diego before earning her master’s degree in accounting from the University of Southern California. She worked as a CPA for Ernst & Young and as a finance manager at Alianz Nicholas Applegate before she started her real estate career in 2002.

She graduated from the National Association of Realtor’s Leadership Academy in 2011 and attended Harvard University School of Business Women’s Leadership forum in 2012.

In addition to her position as president of SDAR, Lee is the state secretary for the women’s council of Realtors California chapter and is the national chair of Conventional Financing and Lending Policy Committee for the National Association of Realtors.

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Greater San Diego Association of Realtors

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4845 Ronson Ct., 330
San Diego, CA 92111

Greater San Diego Association of Realtors Executive(s):

Linda Lee

  • 2013 President

Leslie Kilpatrick

  • Board President

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