McMillan to Lead Realtor Association
– October 14, 2013 10:20 am
WOODBRIDGE, Va. – A Prince William County resident of more than 22 years will now lead the REALTOR Association of Prince William.
April McMillian will take over the reigns at the association known as PWAR. The changeover comes after CEO Richard “RJ” Marshall resigned Oct. 5.
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McMillan originally joined PWAR in 2005 as the Development Manager, prior to that she worked with the Potomac News and has been a Prince William County resident for over 22 years.
“I see many opportunities for PWAR to continue proving outstanding Member service to our constituency and look forward to working alongside the Officers, Directors and staff in this transition period,” said McMillan. “At this time we are looking forward to attending the VAR Convention in Virginia Beach, meeting the newly selected VAR CEO and fine tuning the Fall Conference and Annual Meeting that is fast approaching on October 10th.”
“I am excited that the Executive Team has decided to appoint April to the Interim position and we are looking forward to her energy and enthusiasm and although RJ Marshall will be missed, we have the utmost confidence in April and her ability to engage our Membership,” said Beverly Frowen, 2013 Board President.
The association has its office in Woodbridge and dubs itself as a credible voice for real estate issues in Northern Virginia and represents over 2,000 REALTORs and home industry career professionals.