IREM Greater Phoenix Announces 2022 Leadership, Board Members Article originally posted on AZ Big Media on December 1, 2021 The Greater Phoenix Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), an international community of real estate managers dedicated to ethical business practices, has announced its leadership and board members for 2022. Tyrel Williams, CPM, with ORION Investment Real Estate, will serve as president. The leadership team includes President-Elect Ed Valerio, CPM, Link Logistics Real Estate; and Treasurer Brent Penrod, CPM, Eisenberg Company. The 2022 board also comprises Industry Partner Chairs Tom Coughlin, CPM, Everest Commercial Services and Melissa Boyle, CPM, Link Logistics Real Estate; Education Chair Eduardo Ugalde, CPM, ARM, MEB Management Services, AMO®; Legislative Chair, Carrie Temple, CPM, ViaWest Group; Membership Chairs Ann Boomsma, CPM, MEB Management Services, AMO® and Donna Olcavage, CPM, NaPali Management, Inc.; Marketing and Communications Chair Debbie Mitten, CPM, ViaWest Group; IREM Social Chairs Lauren Lacasse, CPM, Lincoln Property Company and Chianon Mutsiwegota, CPM, Texas Capital Partners; Corporate/Student Outreach Chair Yvonne Cisman, ARM, Wasatch; and DEI & Past President Rosalinda Bridges, CPM, Greystar. “Our leadership team has worked very intentionally to build a strong, diverse Board of Directors who can continue to lead our chapter out of the disruption we’ve experienced over the last couple years, and into a new post-pandemic and more socially-aware era,” Williams said. “I am energized by, and so grateful for each person on this team. Each of them brings a rich background and unique talents that are really going to help move the needle on several key initiatives for our chapter. We’re going to have a lot of fun while we’re at it; 2022 is going to be a great year.” IREM memberships empower college students, young professionals and industry veterans who are committed to career advancement. IREM credentials CPM, ARM, ACoM, and AMO demonstrate a commitment to good management. These certifications, along with its courses and an array of resources, all exist with one goal in mind – to make a difference in the careers of those who manage.