RISMedia's Real Estate Magazine

FEB 2019

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{Executive Appointments} NRT LLC has appointed Jamie Duran presi- dent of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Southern California, ef - fective Feb. 1, 2019. Duran is suc- ceeding Robert Foster , president of Coldwell Banker Residential Bro - kerage in Greater Los Angeles, who is retiring. In assuming this new role, Duran will be president of Greater Los Angeles, as well as continue in her current position as president of Orange County, Riverside County and San Diego. Foster is a more than 40- year industry veteran. Prior to being president of the Greater Los Angeles region, he was COO of Coldwell Bank - er's Southwest region. Pam Patenaude , deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) , has resigned, following 16 months in the role. As deputy secretary, Paten - aude was charged with heading up HUD's Disaster Management Group, as well as involved with policy and research, among other areas. She has extensive experience in hous - ing, including as HUD assistant sec- retary for Community Planning and Development. RE/MAX has announced the hiring of Jerry Modes as senior vice president, Information Technology, and Kerry McGovern as vice president, Communica - tions. Modes, who has more than three decades of experi - ence, is charged with RE/MAX's in- ternal IT operations and membership data infrastructure, as well as the on - going development of data-driven RE/ MAX products by booj, which RE/MAX acquired in February 2018. McGov - ern, formerly with Under Armour, will manage RE/MAX's internal and exter - nal communications, including public relations and social media. Prior to Under Armour, McGovern was senior director of Communications and Me - dia at Drizly, Inc., and director of Com- munications at the National Hockey League (NHL). Century 21 Real Estate recently announced lead - ership changes driven by the decision of Presi - dent and Chief Executive Officer Nick Bailey to step down, effective Jan. 11, 2019. Real estate veteran and current Century 21 Real Estate Chief Growth Officer Michael Miedler was named president and chief executive officer. To ensure a smooth transition, Bailey will serve as an advisor to the company until March 1, 2019. Miedler has more than 20 years of residential and commercial real es - tate experience, nearly all of it with Century 21 Real Estate. Most nota - bly, in 2012, Miedler assumed the position of senior vice president of Century 21 Real Estate, where he oversaw the franchise sales team, brand development and marketshare strategy in the U.S., advising new and existing real estate businesses on growth strategies, business planning and transaction structuring. In March 2018, Miedler was promoted to Cen - tury 21 Real Estate chief growth of- ficer. In this expanded role, he contin- ued to manage the franchise sales team and lent his expertise to cap - turing share in emerging and diverse markets. Gary Keller is again CEO of Keller Williams , resuming a role he first held in 1983, when the brand was founded, accord - ing to an announce- ment by the company. At the same time, Josh Team , chief innovation officer, has been named president. John Davis , who was ap- pointed CEO in 2017, is exiting the organization. RE For more executive happenings, please visit www.rismedia.com. Create for the Human

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