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Mendenhall Elected 2016 First Vice President

The NAR Board of Directors has elected Missouri’s Elizabeth Mendenhall from Region V First Vice President.

President-elect Bill Brown (CA), Mendenhall and President Chris Polychron (AR)

President-elect Bill Brown (CA), Mendenhall and President Chris Polychron (AR)

Elizabeth holds the ABR, ABRM, CIPS, CRB, e-PRO, GRI, LCI, PMN designations.
As a REALTOR and CEO with RE/MAX Boone Realty since 1996, she is active in various organizations in Columbia, Missouri and also in the REALTOR community.

Recent activities:

2014 National Association of REALTORS Region IX Vice-President
2012 National Association of REALTORS Strategic Planning Committee Chair
2011 National Association of REALTORS Vice-President and Liaison to Committees
2010 Missouri Association of REALTORS President
2008 National Association of REALTORS Liaison to Association Leadership
2007 National Association of REALTORS Director
2007-09 Columbia Area United Way Board of Directors
2007 and 2008 Mid Missouri Affiliate Susan G. Komen for the Cure President
2005 CENTER President
2004 Missouri Women’s Council of REALTORS President
2003 Columbia Board of REALTORS President

Honors:

Missouri Association of REALTORS, REALTOR of the Year
RE/MAX Mid-States Missouri Broker-Owner of the Year
Columbia Area Young Professionals Athena Award Inaugural Honoree
RE/MAX International Broker Manager of the Year
Missouri Women’s Council of REALTORS Business Woman of the Year
Missouri Women’s Council of REALTORS Member of the Year
Columbia Board of REALTORS, REALTOR of the Year
Columbia Board of REALTORS Volunteer of the Year
Columbia Business Times 40 Under 40 Inaugural Class

Brian Copeland

Brian Copeland is the 2016 president-elect of the Tennessee Association of REALTORS®, and is the chief of Broker Services for Village Real Estate Services. Brian was the 2011 Nashville REALTOR® of the Year. In 2014, he was named one of Inman News’ 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders in America. In 2015, Brian, a Golden R President’s Circle Hall of Fame RPAC investor. He founded one of the largest technology camps in the country, attracting more than 1100 real estate professionals from more than 30 states. Brian has appeared on numerous real estate television shows for HGTV and The Learning Channel. He says his favorite show so far was a one-time show he co-hosted called “The Top 25 House Hunting Tips” which aired in 2009, however some of his other episodes of “Good Buy, Bad Buy,” “House Hunters,” and “Flip That House” still air today. Brian’s roots are in East Tennessee where he grew up in Clinton. His mom, dad, and brother all recently moved to Nashville to be closer as a family, but they were a Southern Gospel singing group from as far back as he can remember. The family toured the hills of East Tennessee with a guitar, piano, and four-part harmony. He later went to Carson-Newman University, where he started more formal training in music and communications. He completed his master’s degree at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. In the late’90s, Brian accepted a job in Nashville’s music industry to later transition into the real estate field in 2005. Brian says he loves being a REALTOR® because it’s one of the truest portals into community service and gratitude. As a board member of Hands On Nashville, Greenways for Nashville, and Metro Nashville’s Farmers Market Commission, he is a true advocate for neighborhood issues and his city’s infrastructure. He and his spouse, Greg, founded one of the only food pantries in North Nashville, feeding more than 175 families each month. In 2014, the pantry won the Mary Catherine Strobel Volunteer of the Year Award. They live on a farm in Madison with their two children, Micah (4) and Esther (2).

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