Newburyport Broker Appointed Professional Development Vice President of the Massachusetts Association of REALTORS

by MAR Staff | Dec 26, 2012
WALTHAM, Mass. – January 1, 2013 – Kevin Wallace, a broker with RE/MAX on the River in Newburyport has been appointed vice president of professional development for the Massachusetts Association of REALTORS® for 2013. 
As vice president for professional development, Wallace is responsible for coordinating the initiatives of the MAR Business Plan relative to the Association’s educational outreach efforts to REALTORS®.  In addition, he will act as a liaison between leadership and all work groups formed for professional development.  He automatically becomes a member of the MAR Executive Committee and Board of Directors as a result of his appointment as a focus area vice president.
Wallace was the Communications/Technology Vice President in 2012 and the Legal Affairs/Member Benefits Vice President in 2011.  An MAR director since 2007, he was a member of the Business Development Committee for several years and was the committee’s chair in 2010.  Wallace was also a member of the Electronic Forms Sub-Committee in 2010.  
On the local level, Wallace was the 2011 President of the North Shore Association of REALTORS®, where he also served on the Business Planning and Nominating Committees. Wallace was the President of the Greater Newburyport Board of REALTORS in 2007.
A REALTOR® since 2001, Wallace has earned his Certified Buyer Representative (CBR) professional real estate designation and received his Loss Mitigation Certification (LMC).
About the Massachusetts Association of REALTORS®:
Organized in 1924, the Massachusetts Association of REALTORS® is a professional trade organization with more than 18,000 members.  The term REALTOR® is registered as the exclusive designation of members of the National Association of REALTORS® who subscribe to a strict code of ethics and enjoy continuing education programs.
Editors and reporters: Please note that the term Realtor is properly spelled with an initial capital “R”, per the Associated Press Stylebook.