Senior CoStar Executive & Apartment Finder President Receives NAA Lifetime Achievement Award

Author: Lauren Ross

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It’s a fantastic feeling when one is recognized for their success and accomplishments. And today, our very own Marcia Bollinger, President of Apartment Finder, has been announced as a recipient of the National Apartment Association (NAA) Lifetime Achievement Award of 2015.

The Lifetime Achievement Award gives recognition to partner suppliers and executives of the NAA who have shown long-term advocacy for the Arlington-based association and the multifamily industry as a whole. Marcia will be honored at the Assembly of Delegates Meeting, during the Leadership Summit Luncheon, on November 21, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas, alongside fellow recipient George Allen of the Texas Apartment Association.

Bollinger, who has over 30 years of experience and expertise in multifamily, has shown enduring industry support at the local, state, and national level. She has served in more than 300 apartment housing committees as well as on the Board of Directors for affiliate associations in Oklahoma, Texas, and Georgia. Employees of Apartment Finder are encouraged by Bollinger daily to actively partake in local and national industry events.

Upon the announcement of the award, Doug Culkin, President and CEO of NAA, says this: “Marcia is a true cheerleader for the industry. She has been instrumental in NAA’s success and longevity, contributing countless hours and dollars in our early days when the association was struggling. Today NAA is flourishing, and we have Marcia to thank for her role in that success.”

The National Apartment Association is the leading voice for the multifamily housing industry that provides its members with the resources and networking opportunities they need to succeed. Apartment Finder, part of the Apartments.com network powered by CoStar, has been a principal sponsor of many NAA events, conferences, and expositions.

To learn more about The Lifetime Achievement Award and view the original version, click here for the NAA blog. Congratulations, Marcia! Go Orange!