Full Day Protecting The American Dream

 

Today was a busy day with thousands of REALTORS® from across the nation converging on Capitol Hill. The morning started with a great message from Dr. Ben Carson, Secretary of HUD. Then, I attended my Housing Opportunity Committee meeting and learned about many great programs that are happening across the country. Maryland REALTORS® presented their financial literacy program. They are providing their members with tools to educate homebuyers on mortgages, credit basics, down payment assistance and more. I received a “random act of kindness” card from President Elizabeth Mendenhall and was tasked with passing it along.

 

From there, I joined other Missouri REALTORS® at a luncheon. Both of our senators joined us and spoke at lunch. They both were generally supportive of our issues. After lunch, we went to Capitol Hill and visited with our congressmen and women. The most exciting part of the day was when I saw Congresswoman Ann Wagner’s sign that said, “Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History.”

Michelle Walker

Proud mom of three awesome kids, a REALTOR® and community volunteer. Michelle founded STL Buy & Sell, REALTORS® in 2006 and has grown her brokerage to nearly 50 agents serving the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. Her motto is “Give Back to Get Ahead.” She was the 2017 St. Charles REALTORS® President and serves on the MARIS (MLS) Board of Directors. Lover of social media and technology, Michelle enjoys educating real estate agents and the broader community on diversity, affordable housing, real estate technology and general business development strategies. Michelle is an elected official serving the Francis Howell School District Board of Education. She has served on the National Association of REALTORS® Consumer Communication, Diversity and Housing Opportunity Committees. Michelle serves on the Missouri REALTORS® Executive Committee and was the 2017 Missouri YPN Advisory Board Chair. Michelle's Womens Council of REALTORS® involvement includes serving as 2014 local network president, a 2016 state network officer, and 2018 local network Program Director.

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