The San Antonio Board of Realtors, the local organization of the National Association of Realtors, named its next leadership team. SABOR will install Cher Miculka, broker-owner of HSA Real Estate LLC, as board chairwoman in December, and her term will begin Jan. 1. She will succeed Kim Bragman, a real estate agent for Phyllis Browning Co.
I look forward to stepping into the 2021 chairman role, and I am honored to be in a position to help lead the way and create opportunity in a housing market that is showing great growth.
Licensed since 1986, Miculka was named SABOR’s broker of the year in 2017 and has served in executive roles with the Texas Real Estate Teachers Association and as president of Independent Real Estate Professionals in 2013. She teaches prelicensing, continuing education and the Graduate Realtor Institute designation.
“I look forward to stepping into the 2021 chairman role, and I am honored to be in a position to help lead the way and create opportunity in a housing market that is showing great growth,” Miculka said in a statement. “We will continue to make known the importance of the Realtors and all that we do as the San Antonio area continues to attract new residents and create more buying and selling opportunities for current residents.”
In addition to Miculka, SABOR announced its full 2021 executive committee through its social media channels Thursday:
Tracie Hasslocher, chair-elect, broker of Hasslocher Boutique Realty LLC and 2020 SABOR secretary-treasurer
Sara Briseño Gerrish, secretary-treasurer, broker-owner of Re/Max Unlimited and 2020 SABOR member-at-large
Will Curtis, member-at-large, leasing manager for Port San Antonio, principal broker of Crossed Sabers Commercial Real Estate and 2020 SABOR board member
Marquis Williams, member-at-large, real estate agent for San Antonio’s Finest Realty and 2020 SABOR member-at-large
Kimberly Bragman, immediate past chairwoman, real estate agent for Phyllis Browning Co.
SABOR serves more than 12,000 real estate agents in nine counties across South Texas and is the second-largest business advocacy group in the city, according to Business Journal research.
By Mitchell Parton, Reporter – San Antonio Business Journal