- 2021 Officers
- 2021 Directors
- State & National Directors
- Past Board of Directors
- Association Staff
Windermere RE/East | Yarrow Bay
Windermere RE/East Inc. | Bellevue
Immediate Past President
Compass Washington, LLC
V.P. Business Practices
Windermere RE | Greenwood
V.P. Governmental & Public Affairs
Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty
V.P.-Elect Governmental & Public Affairs
Executive Real Estate, Inc.
Windermere RE/Central Inc. | Kirkland
Keller Williams | Kirkland
Coldwell Banker Bain
Compass Washington, LLC
Real Living Northwest
Coldwell Banker Bain | Capitol Hill
John L. Scott RE | Bellevue Main
Windermere RE | Ballard
Lake & Company
Keller Williams | Kirkland
Compass Washington, LLC
Fidelity National Title
Seattle King County REALTORS®
Washington REALTOR® Director
Seattle King County REALTORS® is the largest member Board of the Washington REALTORS®. We represent about 1/3 of all members of the Washington REALTORS®.
National Association of REALTORS® Director
As a large local Association, SKCR is entitled to one NAR Director for each 2,000 members. The NAR Director(s) are elected annually.
Representing SKCR are the following Directors:
- 2021-22 Dahni Malgarini-Logar, RE/MAX Integrity
- 2021-22 Michael Orbino, Compass
- 2020-21 Patti Hill, John L. Scott | West Seattle
For more information or if you are interested in running for either of these positions, contact Darla White, Director of Member Services & Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425.974.1011.
If you are interested in joining a committee, feel free to use the form at the bottom of this page. If you would like to learn more, please contact us.
The Board sets strategic direction, allocates resources effectively and efficiently, and evaluates the progress being made to ensure that the desired outcomes of the Association are achieved.
The Affiliate Council represents and promotes members who are not engaged in the real estate profession as licensees, but have interests requiring information concerning real estate and support the objectives of the Association. They also represent the interests of the Affiliate membership and provide a liaison to the SKCR Board of Directors.
The Awards Subcommittee develops award programs to honor achievement in the Association and the community. It monitors those programs and selects deserving recipients.
The Business Practices Committee develops REALTOR® educational materials on current business issues. The committee also reviews, selects and educates members on programs and services that will benefit their real estate business.
The Executive and Finance Committee makes recommendations to the Board of Directors and perform such other duties, including oversight of program and fiscal performance, as may be requested by the Board of Directors. In working with the CEO, it is responsible for reviewing financial, building and investment policies. The Committee will meet on a regular basis prior to Board of Directors meetings.
The Seattle First Citizen Scholarship Foundation reviews annual scholarship applications, selects scholarship recipients and designates scholarship amounts in keeping with the bylaws of the Foundation. The Review Subcommittee assists in this process by ensuring a broad and thorough evaluation of all applications.
The First Citizen’s Award subcommittee plans for and coordinates all aspects of SKCR’s most important community relation’s event, where a deserving member(s) of the community is recognized for his/her outstanding community and civic contributions.
The Global Real Estate Council supports Seattle King County REALTORS® members who do business with global markets by providing education and networking activities, promoting information sharing and fostering involvement with select global real estate organizations. The Council also fosters relationships with local organizations representing diverse ethnic and cultural communities in the Puget Sound.
The Governmental & Public Affairs Committee encourages participation among the general membership in grass roots political activity, monitors local legislation affecting the real estate industry and advocates for the the Seattle King County REALTORS® to elected officials, community leaders and the public.
The Grievance Committee investigates complaints received from the public and members to determine if the complaint has sufficient substance and merit to warrant an ethics or arbitration hearing.
The purpose of the IE subcommittee is to consider and approve independent expenditures for candidates endorsed by SKCR in local election races.
The Member Services & Communications Committee identifies key strategies, challenges, and needs in-order to provide insight on membership recruitment, engagement, and retention. The committee will provide input and discussion for our website and social media platforms, and promote the many benefits of being a REALTOR®. The Committee evaluates and recommends services, such as insurance, product discounts and other affinity programs which may assist members in their real estate business.
The purpose of the Nominations subcommittee is to recommend to the membership candidates for officer and director positions for the ensuing year. The Nominations Committee shall actively recruit Board candidates who represent all REALTOR® communities in King County, ensuring a diversity of background, experience, culture, gender, ethnicity and geography.
Professional Standards Committee is responsible for the enforcement of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics through the conduct of ethics and arbitration hearings.
The Planning Committee works with the Association Officers and CEO to develop a strategic framework for the Association. It prepares the annual operational plan and annual budget.
The purpose of the RPAC subcommittee is to help raise RPAC funds by soliciting items for fundraisers, assist in arranging items and set-up for fundraisers, encouraging members to participate in RPAC fundraisers, and encouraging members to invest in RPAC.
The purpose of The REALTORS® Environmental Council (TREC) is to select a site within King County for the annual environmental restoration project, encourage members to volunteer at the annual TREC project, and participate at the annual restoration project. The annual restoration project is open to all members, and families of SKCR members.
The purpose of the SKCR-YPN is to engage members under 35 years of age in meaningful ways, by promoting the duty of service, by enhancing opportunities for professional growth, by providing avenues to association leadership, and by shaping policies that meet the needs of young real estate professionals. While SKCR-YPN promotes membership to younger brokers, there are no exclusions to any SKCR member who wishes to participate.
Committee Selection Form
The Seattle King County REALTORS® staff is ready to assist you in the most supportive and professional manner.
Chief Executive Officer
Director of Business Practices & Education
Director of Finance & Operations
Director of Governmental & Public Affairs
Director of Member Services & Marketing
Marketing & Communications Manager
Executive Projects & Education Coordinator
Seattle/King County Housing Specialist
South King County Housing Specialist