ACRE Welcomes New Leadership Council Members
Topics: Industry News
The Alabama Center for Real Estate has added eight new members to its Leadership Council in 2018.
Candice Bailey, Laurel Bailey, Robert Caliento, Ken DeWitt, Richard Henry, Taron Thorpe, Nicole Watson and Jason Will are the latest to join the ACRE Leadership Council.
Candice Bailey is the operations manager for Partner Engineering & Science in Trussville.
Laurel Bailey is the chief operating officer for Industrial Properties of the South in Huntsville.
Bob Caliento is underwriting counsel for Reli Settlement Solution in Birmingham.
Business coach Ken DeWitt, principal of DeWitt LLC joins from Tuscaloosa.
Richard Henry, owner of Druid City Properties also joins from Tuscaloosa.
Taron Thorpe is the president for CB&S Bank in Huntsville.
Nicole Watson is a closing agent for Common Bond Title in Mountain Brook.
Jason Will is the owner of Jason Will Real Estate in Fairhope.
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"We deeply appreciate the continued support of the ACRE Leadership Council," said ACRE Executive Director Grayson Glaze. "The heart of the center is advancing relationships. Our aim is to provide servant leadership with a passionate, adaptable and humble spirit. Impact matters and the center is organized to deliver resources that will enhance Alabama's real estate industry for years to come."
The ACRE Leadership Council brings together thought leaders, innovators and others representing the Alabama real estate industry to discuss, promote, and enhance the Alabama Center for Real Estate’s core purpose. The Council is made up of real estate professionals representing every facet of commercial and residential real estate across Alabama. For more information contact Stuart Norton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-348-5416.
Clayton McKinnon, Hoar Construction