Keller Williams Announces 2017 Agent Leadership Council

Monday, April 24, 2017
Standing are Lisa Padgett, Gail Newman, Teresa Clegg, Maggie Armstrong, Cate Goins, Gloria Page, Cheryl Fuqua, Mike Machaskee. Seated are Melodye Zimmerman, Sei-ondra Williams.
Standing are Lisa Padgett, Gail Newman, Teresa Clegg, Maggie Armstrong, Cate Goins, Gloria Page, Cheryl Fuqua, Mike Machaskee. Seated are Melodye Zimmerman, Sei-ondra Williams.

The East Brainerd and Hixson offices of Keller Williams Chattanooga announced their Agent Leadership Council for 2016-2017. As the top 20% of the Market Center, the ALC is the voice for each agent.

Those serving on respective committees for 2016-2017 include Melodye Zimmerman and Teresa Clegg, Culture; Maggie Armstrong and Sei-ondra Williams, Public Relations; Mike Machaskee, Finance; Cheryl Fuqua and Lisa Padgett, Productivity; Gloria Page and Gail Newman, Service Providers; and Cate Goins, Growth.

“We are ecstatic to have this team representing the best of the best at Keller Williams,” said Jay Craig, team leader of Keller Williams East Brainerd and Hixson offices. “Keller Williams offers its associates unparalleled career growth and lifelong learning opportunities in the real estate industry. With over 225 agents in these offices, we are able to serve our community as the #1 company in the greater Chattanooga area.”

Operating Partner Jennie Brockman said, “We’re excited to announce our Ooltewah office will be opening in the coming weeks to better serve our northern suburbs. With the best Realtors, mortgage and title companies, insurance and service providers all in one location, convenience is coming to Ooltewah."

To learn more about Keller Williams, call Jay Craig at 423 664-1600.


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