Two candidates elected as NAR Directors for 2021-2022
Seattle King County REALTORS® has elected Dahni Malgarini-Logar and Michael Orbino to serve on the National Association of REALTORS® Board of Directors for two-year terms. These two Directors take office on December 1, 2020 and will represent members of Seattle King County REALTORS® at the semi-annual meetings of NAR.
“We are fortunate to have two very well-qualified and experienced members represent us nationally,” said President-elect Lynn Sanborn. “Both Georgia Stevens and Rich Bergdahl did a great job for us the past two years as Directors and will continue to be involved on important committees at NAR. Now we have two more vigorous members working for us nationally.”
Dahni Malgarini-Logar, RE/MAX Integrity
Dahni is a Managing Broker who has been highly involved with the Governmental & Public Affairs Committee. She has been a State Director since 2015, a member on the candidate interview team since 2016, a local key contact to State Legislators since 2017, and REALTOR® PAC Trustee since 2018. Dahni was the RPAC Chair in 2019 before transitioning to her current role as VP of Governmental & Public Affairs (GA). She believes in advocating for our industry, which is why she has been a Major Investor for the RPAC since 2017. Dahni has also been serving on the Board of Directors since 2018 and she graduated from the Washington REALTORS® Leadership Institute in 2018. In 2019, she was awarded GA Volunteer of the Year.
Michael Orbino, Compass
Michael is a Managing Broker with Compass Washington and is a past officer and director of Seattle King County REALTORS®, including his service as 2017 Vice President of Governmental and Public Affairs. Since 2012, Michael has been the appointed NAR Federal Political Coordinator for First Congressional District (WA) Congresswoman Suzan DelBene. In 2018 he was the Washington State Chair and representative to the NAR REALTOR® Party Member Involvement Committee, which coordinates information on real estate issues to Members of Congress. Michael intends to continue his focus on Federal issues as an NAR Director.