The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Greater Little Rock’s annual awards ceremony recently honored members’ contributions. The awards luncheon was held Feb. 15 at Next Level Events to honor members “who went above and beyond in 2021.”
Designed for the needs of commercial property managers, the RPA® designation is conferred upon completion of rigorous coursework covering every aspect of property management. Courses including building design and operations, investments and asset management, budgeting, law, ethics and safety prepare property managers to maximize a building’s net income while minimizing risks, enhancing the value of commercial real estate properties.
- Emily Burke, RPA®, Colliers Arkansas, and Anne Laidlaw, RPA®, TSS Division of Building Authority were named Principal Members of the Year;
- Mallory Lester, Otis Elevator, was named Associate Member of the Year;
- Lisa Spann, Cushman & Wakefield | Sage Partners was named Principal Member Rising Star;
- and Keith Diemer, Gary Houston Electric was named Associate Member Rising Star.
Four members of Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Greater Little Rock have completed requirements for the Real Property Administrator (RPA®) designation through Building Owners and Managers Institute (BOMI).
- Emily Burke, Executive Portfolio Manager, Colliers Arkansas
- Andrea Faulkner, Commercial Property Manager, RPM Group
- Seth McRae, Property Manager, Cushman & Wakefield | Sage Partners
- Kaley Tucker, Property Manager/Partner, Kelley Commercial Properties
Additional BOMA members property managers with the RPA® designation include:
- Denise Hanson, Colliers Arkansas
- Tiffany Herring, The Creek Firm
- Martha Kirspel, Hathaway Group
- Anne Laidlaw, TSS Division of Building Authority
- Jennifer Lester, Moses Tucker Partners
- Roxanne Litchholt, Moses Tucker Partners
- Melinda Martin, Plaza West
- Steve Souris, CHI St. Vincent
- Carey Thompson, Baptist Health
- Cheryl White, Kelley Commercial Partners
The purpose of BOMA Greater Little Rock is to enhance the human, intellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, education, research, standards and information. BOMA Greater Little Rock members manage and/or own over 19,000,000 square feet of commercial property.