The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM 99 Las Vegas), announced its newly elected officers and directors for 2020, with industry leader Natalie Miloro Allred, CPM®, ARM® as new president.
Allred has more than 25 years of experience in the real estate industry as a member of IREM, and is also the current Principal and Vice President of Real Estate Management for Avison Young. Avison Young is an Accredited Management Organization through IREM.
The new 2020 Board Members for IREM 99 Las Vegas include:
Natalie Miloro Allred, CPM®, ARM® – President 2020
Angelina Scarcelli CPM® – Past President
Darbie Adams, CPM® – Secretary/Treasurer 2020 Robert Perkins, CPM® – VP of Education 2020 Brandy Dean, CPM® – VP of Membership 2020 Brenda Lovato, CPM®, ARM® – Executive Council/ARM® Coordinator 2020 Susie Jordan, CPM®, RPA® – Executive Council 2020 Samantha Rupert, CPM® Candidate – Executive Council 2020 Stephanie R. Thompkins, ACoM® – Executive Council 2020
During the awards and installation ceremony, the following 2019 Shooting Star Award recipients included:
Committee of the Year – Golf Committee, Natalie Miloro Allred
Committee Member of the Year- Sunshine Bono, CPM®
Industry Partner of the Year – RBM Building Services CPM® of the Year – Angelina Scarcelli, CPM® CPM® Candidate of the Year – Jennifer Mount, CPM® ARM® of the Year – Brenda Lovato, CPM®, ARM® Associate Member of the Year – Erica Aulino, ACoM® AMO® Firm of the Year – Colliers International | Las Vegas Mentorship Award – Penny Tournageau, CPM® Professional Achievement Award- Angelina Scarcelli, CPM® Exemplary Industry Partner Award – NDL Group, Inc. NextGen Award – Samantha Rupert, CPM® Candidate President’s Award – Jennifer Bradley, JB Public Relations
2019 President, Angelina Scarcelli, Real Estate Management (IREM), serves as a Senior Portfolio Manager of the Property Management division for the Las Vegas office of Colliers International. She was awarded with the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation from CCIM Institute. Scarcelli was among the 228 commercial real estate professionals who earned the designation by passing CCIM Institute’s comprehensive examination, the capstone element in the designation process.
IREM was built upon a foundation of ethics. All individual members are required to abide by the IREM Code of Professional Ethics to maintain their membership. The Code is strictly enforced – violations are processed within a defined structure, including an established peer review process, and may result in disciplinary actions. The Code protects the public, promotes competition and reflects contemporary business practices.
For more information, visit the website at www.lasvegasirem.org.