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Amber Molina (left) of Colliers International and Rhonda Vicker of Meissner Jacquet were chosen by BOMA San Diego to receive this year’s Jack Moshgat Scholarships. Winners can use the scholarship to further their career advancement in commercial real estate and building management.

The San Diego Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) announced that Rhonda Vicker of Meissner Jacquet and Amber Molina of Colliers International are this year’s chosen recipients of the 2013 Jack Moshgat Scholarships.

Each year, two Jack Moshgat Scholarships are awarded to deserving individuals in honor of Moshgat, a former BOMA San Diego president. The application process involves submitting an essay addressing the applicant’s desire for the scholarship award. Scholarships are awarded based on the strength and completeness of the essays, financial need and the individual’s involvement in BOMA. Winners can use the scholarship funds to pursue an Real Property Administer or Facilities Management Administer designation through the BOMI Institute, or certification in the Foundations of Real Estate Management program.

“Continuing professional education is an important aspect of the commercial real estate industry,” said BOMA San Diego President Mike Hansen of CBRE. “BOMA San Diego’s Jack Moshgat scholarship offers professionals a variety of education programs to fit the needs of owners, managers and those just starting out in the industry.”

Scholarship recipient Amber Molina is an active member of BOMA’s special events committee, assisting with the planning of almost every event throughout the year. Amber is the sub-committee chair for the 2013 BOMA Gala, one of the association’s most attended events of the year. Amber also serves on the BOMA Convention Committee assisting with planning the 2013 Every Building Conference & Expo taking place June 23 to 25.

Recipient Rhonda Vicker is also highly dedicated to BOMA San Diego. As an active member for three years running, she is a vital member of the community service committee and the membership committee. Rhonda has assisted with various community service events and was the sub-committee co-chair for the annual Holiday Gift Drive in 2012, assisting with collecting more than 15,000 toys for children throughout San Diego County. This year, Rhonda is the vice chair of the membership committee and has stepped up to chair BOMA’s Annual Holiday Gift Drive for the community service committee.

To learn more about BOMA San Diego’s BOMI Institute programs and The Foundations of Real Estate Management, visit www.bomasd.org.

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