Theresa Hatton, executive director of the Greenwich Association of Realtors, was recently named by the National Association of Realtor (NAR) as the Leader of Tomorrow Young Professional’s award recipient.
The award recognizes association executive young professionals who have fostered greater involvement and increased professionalism among their young professional association executive peers and Realtor members.
The award was created to provide greater exposure and awareness of Realtor association management to attract young executives to the profession and to promote young member involvement at all three levels of the Realtor association to ensure a strong base of volunteer leaders.
Hatton has served as an executive in the Realtor organization for the past 10 years, beginning at the Williamson County Association of Realtors in Franklin, TN and has spent the past 5 years as the head of the Greenwich Association of Realtors and Greenwich Multiple Listing Service. Hatton currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Association of Realtors and is Chairperson of the NAR Association Executive Institute’s Advisory Board and a member of the Realtor University Curriculum Review Advisory Committee. Formerly she Chaired the NAR Leadership Academy Advisory Board, several task forces and work groups and she is a mentor to new professional and teaches webinars for those new professional seeking the REALTOR Certified Executive designation.
“The award is a source of great pride to our organization, as Theresa is recognized for her contributions here in Greenwich, the State of Connecticut and the Nation,” said Joann Erb, President of the Greenwich Association of Realtors. “With over 1,250 Realtor associations across the Country, we are honored to have our Executive receive such an honor and are thankful for her many contributions to our local association and community.”
The National Association of Realtors, “The Voice for Real Estate,” is America’s largest trade association, representing 1.1 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries. The Greenwich Association of Realtors was established in 1924 and provides professional development and services for Realtors and represents the concerns and interests of private property and home ownership rights. The association has over 800 members and is headquartered in Greenwich.