WoMen in Relocation provides a forum for all real estate/relocation professionals to network, strategic and develop public awareness campaigns to support individuals and small communities in need of housing assistance. This collaborative group was founded with the hope of building and encouraging relationships to support our nation’s housing needs one small community at a time. To be a member, you must simply donate to the group we choose to support each year.
WOMEN IN RELOCATION CELEBRATING IT’S 10TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2016
10 YEARS STRONG AND STILL GOING SMALL!
WoMen in Relocation’s New York Chapter has picked a group to support in 2016!
We are thrilled to be supporting grassroots organization Heartworks of New Jersey !
AUGUST MEMBER SPOTLIGHT!
Business Development Manager
Willis Allen Real Estate
Willis Allen Real Estate’s Business Development Manager, Ashley McEvers, is the company’s conduit for connections around the globe. McEvers holds her real estate license and has a background in the mortgage and law industries. Willis Allen Real Estate is a family-owned and operated La Jolla-based brokerage that has been serving San Diego County since 1914 and she’s been with Willis Allen for a decade. McEvers manages all business development, relocation and client service operations with a focus on maximizing Willis Allen’s exclusive affiliations with networks like Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, Christie’s International Real Estate and Luxury Portfolio International – for the company, its clients and its potential clients.
McEvers connects local clients with partner firms across the world when their real estate search extends outside of San Diego, builds relationship with Willis Allen’s exclusive affiliate partners, and represents Willis Allen at global real estate events. In short, she assures the personalized service for which Willis Allen is known extends to every client – whether they are searching for or selling property in San Diego, Shanghai or beyond.
McEvers is active with WoMen in Relocation and heads the Southern California chapter, which provides a forum for real estate relocation professionals to network, strategize and develop public awareness campaigns to support individuals and small communities in need of housing assistance.Currently the SoCal chapter members support “A Place Called Home” an organization that provides south central children ages 8-21 with love, safety and training through educational programming, counseling and mentor-ship.