Multifamily Executive has honored 10 extraordinary women last March for their leadership skills in the multifamily housing industry. Coinciding with Women’s History Month, the MFE’s 10 Most Influential Women in Multifamily award recognizes women leaders who have broken through the industry’s glass ceiling by introducing innovative technologies, chasing competitive contracts, chartering new initiatives, and redefining resident services.
Among those named was National Apartment Association Vice Chairman Cindy Clare, CPM. “I am honored to be included with such an accomplished group of women,” says Clare to NAA.
As President of Kettler Management, Clare has been very successful in growing the firm since she started there a decade ago when Kettler was managing 8,667 units and 37 communities. Now, the company oversees 24,000 units and 103 communities across the Mid-Atlantic States.
Clare has also been an active educator in property management. She is a faculty member for The Institute of Real Estate Management and sits on the Advisory Board for the Virginia Tech Program in Real Estate.
Hearing of Clare’s award, NAA President & CEO Doug Culkin, CAE, says this: “Cindy’s most recent recognition is yet another testament to her leadership ability and the impact her work has had within the industry. We are honored to have her serve NAA and its members as Vice Chairman of the Board.”
See the complete list of MFE’s 10 Most Influential Women in Multifamily.