Announcement from Association President
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Written By: Victoria Reviel

The time has come, our beloved Association Executive, Marjorie Phillips will be retiring from the Williamson County Association of REALTORS® after 12 growth-filled and productive years. The Board of Directors received the following letter at our August Board meeting, and today I wish to share this with you, the membership we represent. 

To the 2018 Board of Directors;

"It is certainly with mixed feelings and a heavy heart that I share with you today that I will be retiring from my position as Association Executive on Dec. 31, 2018. Should a situation arise that training a replacement or finding a replacement exceeds that date I would be willing to continue in my position until March 31, 2019, or on whatever date prior someone is hired.

I want to give the association time to find an amazing leader to lead it into the next decade of growth. It is an exciting time to be in Real Estate and to be managing an association, and I’m sure there’s someone out there ready for the challenge.
 
I have certainly enjoyed my time here at the association, but I know it’s time for me to spend more time with my husband, family, and friends, as life is short and getting shorter. It’s time for the association to find someone with a different set of skills, strengths, and talents to help navigate the daily changes we see happening.

As I stated, it’s been a difficult decision as I’ve made so many friends here and will miss the fun, planning, celebrating, talking and doing that has been a big part of my life for the past 12 years. I thank you for all you have given to me: your time, your smiles, your support, your cheering, your friendship and the personal growth you’ve provided me. I’ve certainly learned a lot during my tenure here and all because of each of you!” 
 
Marge

Marge has been an integral part of the success and growth of WCREALTORS, and she will be difficult to replace. During her tenure as AE, we have built a new building, seen the membership grow to almost 2,000 members, which we should hit before her leaving, and most importantly, we now have our own MLS! We wish her all the best and hope we see her often socially.

Thank you again, Marge, for your dedication to the success of the Williamson County Association of REALTORS®

Sincerely,


Victoria Reviel
2018 President



About the Author:
Victoria Reviel is the CEO and founder of 98th Meridian Real Estate Sales & Marketing Group™ a full-service residential brokerage. Victoria brings an impressive track record of success to her brokerage; her clients, agents and industry competitors have come to value her high-standards and disciplined approach to the business, thus she has won the trust and respect of clients, colleagues, and peers and has become a guiding principle at 98th Meridian. Originally from Dallas, Texas; Victoria has over 30 years of extensive executive management experience with high profile national and international corporations such as The Hard Rock Café Restaurants and Resorts, The Fairmont Hotel and Club Med Resorts. Changing careers in January 1997 to real estate, Victoria was a top producing agent in Dallas with Coldwell Banker Realtors®; and most notably from 2006 to 2010 Victoria was the Texas State Broker for Zip Realty Inc.; the 5th Largest Brokerage in the United States per the National Association of Realtors®. Victoria Reviel was responsible for over 400 Realtors® in Austin, Dallas, and Houston and closed over 7500 transactions during her 5-year tenure. In 2010, Victoria re-opened 98th Meridian and has enjoyed continued success serving the Central Texas Real Estate Market. Victoria was chosen in 2007 to attend the first class for the Texas Association of REALTORS® Leadership Program (TRLP) in Region 8. In 2014, Victoria served as President of the Women’s Council of Realtors® Austin Chapter and Texas Association of Realtors® Director in 2012.Victoria served as President of WCREALTORS® in 2011 and is serving again in 2018. Victoria serves to express her gratitude to the Association and its Membership. She stated, “Volunteering is a big commitment, quite a bit of work and not always fun, but for her, it has always been a very meaningful and gratifying experience.”

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