Vicki Fullerton sworn in as chairman-elect of the Texas Association of Realtors



Vicki FullertonRE/MAX The Woodlands & Spring realtor Vicki Fullerton has been sworn in as the chairman-elect of the Texas Association of Realtors at the recent Texas Realtors Conference in Fort Worth.

Fullerton brings to the role more than 37 years experience in the real estate business, having previously served as secretary and treasurer of the Houston Association of Realtors, where she continues to serve on several important committees. She also holds numerous honors of distinction from RE/MAX International, including Hall of Fame, Lifetime Achievement and Platinum Club awards.

“I’m really excited about my new role with TAR and look forward to continuing to serve my community and my profession,” Fullerton said. “This recognition of my life’s work is both humbling and satisfying.”

Fullerton will certainly be kept busy juggling her new role with her day to day duties as a realtor, for she’s also the current chairman of the National Association of Realtors’ State and Local Independent Expenditures Committee. In addition, she still serves as a federal political coordinator to Congressman Kevin Brady.

Danna Furnace-Grimes, director of agent services and relocation director at RE/MAX The Woodlands & Spring, said Fullerton’s appointment as chairman-elect at the Texas Association of Realtors did not come as a surprise to anyone that knows here. “Her constant drive to educate and provide expertise to clients and peers makes her an excellent choice as TAR’s chairman-elect,” Furnace-Grimes concluded.

Check out Vicki’s profile on LinkedIn, her personal website, or email her at vicki@wt.net for more information.

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