COLDWELL BANKER COMMERCIAL LEADERS NAMED TO REAL ESTATE FORUM’S 2018 WOMEN OF INFLUENCE
Sheri Arnold and Becky Blair Recognized as Leading Women in Commercial Real Estate
MADISON, N.J. (September 14, 2018) – Coldwell Banker Commercial Affiliates is proud to announce that Sheri Arnold, president and broker at Coldwell Banker Commercial Arnold & Associates in Beaumont, Texas, and Becky Blair, president and principal at Coldwell Banker Commercial Blair WESTMAC in Long Beach, Calif., were named Women of Influence 2018 by Real Estate Forum.
Real Estate Forum, a commercial real estate publication, celebrated the 25th anniversary of its Women of Influence feature by focusing the entire September issue on achievements of women in commercial real estate.
Arnold and Blair were selected for their significant influence in their markets and their outstanding success in the past year.
“I’m very pleased to see Sheri Arnold and Becky Blair recognized for their achievements and leadership in the commercial real estate industry,” said Charlie Young, President and CEO of Coldwell Banker Real Estate. “Coldwell Banker always strives to support the careers and leadership of women real estate professionals.”
With over 25 years of experience in economic development, Arnold is a Certified Commercial Investment Manager (CCIM). She is also an active member of the Houston Commercial Real Estate Women’s Organization (CREW). In 2017, she won the Coldwell Banker®Halter/Case Leadership Award.
“I’m honored to be named a Woman of Influence by Real Estate Forum and to be listed among so many hardworking and inspiring women in the commercial real estate industry,” said Arnold.
Blair has more than 30 years of experience in commercial real estate and serves as president of the largest commercial association in California, AIR Commercial Real Estate Association. She also holds the CCIM designation. She served as a founding member and former president of the Long Beach Commercial Real Estate Council and has represented hundreds of clients in sales and leases.
“My career in commercial real estate has been very rewarding and I am excited to be honored by Real Estate Forum,” said Blair.