CCIM OF NORTHERN NEVADA RECEIVED TWO AWARDS OF DISTINCTION, THE CHAPTER OF EXCELLENCE AND THE PRESIDENT’S CUP AWARD, AT CCIM INSTITUTE’S MIDYEAR GOVERNANCE MEETING, HELD VIRTUALLY IN APRIL 2020.
Under Carole Brill’s tenure as President, CCIM of Northern Nevada received two awards of distinction for 2019: the Chapter of Excellence and the President’s Cup award(s).
The most distinguished of these is the President’s Cup Award which recognizes chapter innovation and outstanding programs including membership recruitment, retention, education promotion, programs, special events, and fundraisers. “This is the first time the Northern Nevada chapter has won the coveted President’s Cup Award,” said Carole Brill, Chapter President 2018-19, “and we couldn’t be more honored that our efforts have been recognized on an international level. We look forward to further building on our success with great momentum.”
“Arguably our biggest accomplishment in 2019 to be recognized by the Institute was the full funding of our Dewey Struble Endowment Scholarship Fund,” Sam Douglass, current Chapter President, said in a statement. “Through this fund, CCIM Candidates will have access to educational scholarships in perpetuity.”
The Northern Nevada CCIM Chapter holds a variety of educational and networking opportunities throughout the year. For more information visit www.ccimconnect.com
Photo: James Robertson (CCIM Region 2 Vice President) stands with Northern Nevada CCIM Chapter President Carole Brill and Endowment Fund Gala honoree Dewey Struble. The Dewey Struble Endowment Scholarship Fund Gala was held on October 18, 2019, and was one of the Chapter’s accomplishments recognized by the CCIM Institute’s President’s Cup Award