Business people - April 21
Pen-Mar Regional Association of Realtors
Heck is one of more than 430 Realtor association executives who have achieved this mark of excellence. Local and state association executives who hold the RCE designation represent Realtors in 52 states/territories.
Prior to becoming a candidate for the RCE designation, applicants must document their association management and academic experiences. Once they have completed the first step, eligible candidates must successfully complete a multiple-choice exam, which is based on a comprehensive understanding of association operations and management practices. Candidates must demonstrate knowledge of areas critical to Realtor association management, including association law, governance and issues related to member services. To retain the designation, RCEs must be recertified every four years.
Heck will receive a plaque from representatives of the Maryland Association of Realtors at an upcoming event.
Keller Williams Premier Realty
Krista Vanderford and Kristy Tosten are new agents at Keller Williams Premier Realty in Hagerstown.
Both are licensed in Maryland.
Hendershot Financial Group
Cynthia L. Hardin Perini, senior vice president of Hendershot Financial Group, recently was named to The Daily Record’s Circle of Excellence, a distinction earned by being named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women three times.
The Daily Record’s annual list of Maryland’s Top 100 Women was created to recognize outstanding achievement by women as demonstrated through professional accomplishments, community leadership and mentoring. Circle of Excellence inductees are recognized for sustained achievements in those areas.
Since 1996, The Daily Record has recognized more than 1,000 high-achieving Maryland women who are making an impact in the state through its Top 100 Women and Circle of Excellence awards. The Top 100 Women awards celebration will be at 5 p.m. May 6 at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore.
In order to qualify for The Daily Record’s Circle of Excellence, women must have been named to the Top 100 Women list two previous times. As with Top 100 Women, nominations are solicited from economic development agencies, women’s organizations, chambers of commerce and the business community at large. Nominees are asked to provide an application outlining their educational and career history, professional and community involvement, and corporate and nonprofit board memberships.