A local Realtor was recently chosen to be part of a state leadership academy.
Mark Lindsey, an agent with the Calabash office of Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage (CBSCA) and a member of the Home Shepherds real estate team, was selected to the 2023 class of the NC Realtors William C. Bass Leadership Academy. Candidates were chosen from across the state using criteria based on their leadership skills, future potential as a Realtor and leader and their commitment to the real estate industry.
“Mark is an incredible asset to our office, our community, and our industry,” said Jennifer Brown, managing broker of the CBSCA Calabash office, in the release. “To be selected to the program is an incredible honor. I am so proud of him.”
The 10-month training and development program is exclusively for NC Realtors and seeks to identify, inspire and mentor emerging leaders in real estate, according to the release.
"Participants are guided through their own self-discovery process and learn skills and useful tools to further become a positive influence and leader within their community and the industry," the release stated.
The 2023 class has 12 Realtors from various associations who geographically represent the majority of the state.
Lindsey stated in the release, “Learning alongside this great group of real estate professionals from across North Carolina is an incredible opportunity.”
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