Greater Chattanooga Realtors Announces 2018 Leadership Team

Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Kim Bass and Geoff Ramsey
Kim Bass and Geoff Ramsey

Greater Chattanooga realtors joined together on Jan. 14, to recognize the installation of this year’s officers and directors. A total of 15 realtors were sworn into office, including President Kim Bass.

Ms. Bass has been a realtor for more than 13 years and was elected by her peers to serve the highest office of the Association. She has been an affiliate broker in both Tennessee and Georgia since 2005. She has served as both secretary-treasurer for the association as well as president of Women’s Council of Realtors. She lives in Hixson with her husband, Brent and chihuahua, Alabama.

“The Greater Chattanooga Realtors have been very fortunate over the years to have the right person to lead at the right time,” said Jason Farmer, 2007 President, who installed Kim Bass. “With an industry that is facing changing business models, increased interest rates, and market shifts I feel like we again have the right leaders at this important time. Kim will have the membership’s interest first in her leadership style and decision,” said Mr. Farmer.

Brandi Pearl Thompson was sworn in as president-elect, as well as Joyce Smith as secretary-treasurer, and Darlene Brown as MLS chair. Immediate Past President Geoff Ramsey, Martha Alexander, Beverly Boss, Derek English, Rachael Henderson, Steven LaMar, Denise Murphy, Ben Pitts, Steven Sharpe, Ron Tucker, and Kevin Wamack were installed as directors.


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