RISMedia's Real Estate Magazine

DEC 2018

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RISMedia's REAL ESTATE December 2018 59 An Orange County native, RE- ALTOR® ERIN WILLIAMSON is the co-founder of The Wil- liamson Team, and has suc- cessfully closed over 1,000 transactions throughout her real estate career. In 2018, Williamson raised $100,000 for muscular dystrophy, a rare terminal illness that causes progressive weakness and loss of heart and skeletal muscles, along with fellow agent Christina Loomis. The duo hosted a music and wine festival to raise awareness and funds for Peyton's Proj- ect, a non-profit organization for children and young adults affected by Duchenne Mus- cular Dystrophy (DMD). CINDY ZEBRYK is a REAL- TOR® and multi-million-dol- lar producer with Coldwell Banker Reehl Properties, with a charity-first mindset. Zebryk recently hosted a Thanksgiving donation drive for Soles4Souls, a non-profit committed to fighting pov - erty through the collection and distribution of shoes and clothing. "It's such a blessing to be able to go to work each day as a REAL - TOR® and use my expertise to deliver results to my cli - ents," says Zebryk. "I take great pride in doing my job with the highest integrity and treating people the way I ex - pect to be treated." HANNAH ANGERT , REAL- TOR® with Space & Com- pany Real Estate Collection, made headlines in 2018 for a selfless act of kindness, helping Shannon Rowell, a single, working mother of four, who experienced a difficult homeownership journey that left her tempo- rarily homeless and in need of furniture. After learning of Rowell's challenges, An- gert hosted a virtual house- warming party in an effort to gather donations and es- sential home items. Rowell received a flurry of help in the form of monetary assis- tance, kids' beds, couches, and more. REGINALD POTTS , REAL- TOR® and associate broker of Berkshire Hathaway Ho- meServices PenFed Realty, is an industry expert with over a decade of experience in residential buyer and seller transactions, with a focus on luxury properties in the Henri - co and Chesterfield counties of Virginia. Potts is a huge proponent of giving back to the community, continu - ously supporting the National Military Family Association, which helps military spouses receive up to $2,500 toward the cost of becoming a real estate professional through PenFed Realty's Real Hero Program. MISCHA ANGEL and Team Angel, with CENTURY 21 Elite in Shreveport-Bossier City, La., serves the com - munity through Volunteers of America, Habitat for Human- ity, Shreveport Little Theater and the LSU Real Estate Chair Scholarship Fund. Team Angel has chaired the Wom- en's Council of REALTORS® Charity Fundraisers, and An- gel has chaired the building of four Habitat for Humanity homes. In 2005, Team Angel began working with film com- panies to find housing and site locations for actors and producers. Angel also pro- duced stage shows to raise money for charity. From clothing drives to Habi - tat for Humanity work, BRY- AN DAVIS , manager of ERA Key Realty Services Auburn in Massachusetts, has had an impact on his market. This year, Davis spearheaded ERA Key's first annual char- ity motorcycle ride, to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy As- sociation (MDA). Davis and seven other agents rode from ERA Key's Chelmsford office to a local restaurant, collect- ing donations through a raffle and registration. "For those of us who own bikes, a 75- mile ride on a beautiful day was an ideal way to help oth- ers," he says. BRET WEINSTEIN is a man- aging broker at Madison and Company. Weinstein's team, The BSW Group, has raised more than $40,000 for sev - eral charitable organizations throughout the Denver Metro Area, and agents have volun - teered their time to support a variety of causes. Wein - stein is especially proud to have been featured by Ex - treme Community Makeover as a community partner. "Real estate is a 'How can I help you?' concierge ser - vice, not a 'How can I help me?' sales job," says Wein - stein. He believes that mind- set leads to success. " 2019 NEWSMAKERS "No charitable organization should ever struggle while simply trying to ensure all people have food, housing and safety." – DELISA "DEE" ROSE Broker/Owner, RE/MAX Ambassadors

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