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BOMA San Diego announces 2012 board of directors

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The San Diego Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA) has announced the appointment of the 2012 board of directors.

The new board of directors will be led by Mike Hansen of CB Richard Ellis. Hansen previously served as vice president as well as chair of the Strategic Long Range Planning (SLRP) committee and vice chair of the Government Affairs committee. Kristin Howell, RPA, of Meissner Jacquet, former secretary, will serve as the 2012 vice president and take over as chair for the SLRP committee.

“After BOMA’s many successes in 2011, I am honored to serve as president in the new year and help lead the largest local organization dedicated to the commercial real estate industry,” Hansen said. “The 2012 Board of Directors are enthusiastic about working as a team to lead BOMA strategically and successfully throughout 2012.”

Kimberley Davis of Universal Protection Services, past member-at-large, has been elected as secretary, and Michael Nelson of Kilroy Realty Corporation, will serve a second year as treasurer. Craig McMahon of Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP will continue in his sixth term as general counsel.

The 2012 members-at-large include Carlos Alvarez of Sentre Partners; Sam Cadwallader of New Way Landscape & Tree Services; Jennifer Crone of Westcore Properties; Andrew Felsburg of Nu Flow America; Lynn Hulbert of Brandywine Realty Trust; and Lisa Lasho of ABM Janitorial. In addition, Barbara Puccio, RPA, FMA of CBRE will advise the new board of directors as immediate past president.

Through the leadership of the 12-member board of directors and support of 16 committee chairs and scores of active volunteers, BOMA San Diego sponsors monthly luncheon meetings with leading industry speakers, publishes a monthly e-newsletter, conducts continuing education programs and hosts two annual awards competitions to recognize professional excellence.

BOMA San Diego is the leading local voice for the commercial real estate industry. The organization promotes the interests of a changing commercial real estate industry by encouraging participation in education, networking and advocacy. For more information, call 619-243-1817 or visit bomasd.org.

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Douglas Le Grand 5:16pm March 19, 2012

I have worked for over twenty years as a building engineer, went to college and now returning to work. Local Operating Engineers 501 has a course set up to prepare for the BOMA exam. Are you aware of other methods to prepare for exam and take.