The Orlando Regional Realtor Association recently announced it had appointed Jacque Stanley as the association’s executive vice president. Jacque Stanley has been employed by ORRA for a long time and most recently served as its chief operating officer.
ORRA Chairman Zola Szerencses, Keller Williams Heritage Realty commented on the new appointment saying “Throughout her tenure with ORRA, Jacque has consistently demonstrated her belief that member service is the most important element in association management. The board is confident that Jacque’s long history with ORRA along with her commitment to its membership’s success is in line with ORRA’s strategic plans for the upcoming year and into the future.”
Stanley said “This is an exciting time for realtors and for real estate. I’m honored to continue to be part of an innovative and progressive association whose primary focus is service to its members.”
Jacque Stanley holds the Certified Association Executive (CAE) and the Realtor Association Certified Executive (RCE) designations as well as the Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation.
Stanley originally began working with ORRA in 1977 and today she oversees daily operations and strategic direction of this organization which has in excess of 10,300 members. In addition, Stanley directs the association’s 32 staffers through education, advocacy and communications initiatives, plus a professional standards program and services such as a lockbox system and the ORRA Realtor store. There are more than 800 members who volunteer on ORRA’s many committees, and it is Stanley’s task to manage these efforts as well as those of special councils and task forces.
Jacque is a graduate of Leadership Orlando and is a past president of the Central Florida Society of Association Executives. She is also very involved with the state and national councils of Realtor association executives, serving as a speaker and in a leadership capacity. Stanley and her husband live in Orlando.