David Wluka has been appointed as the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Regional Vice President for Region 1, which is comprised of the six New England states. He becomes one of 13 regional vice presidents that are elected by the NAR Board of Directors. In the role of RVP, Wluka will oversee the work of the association and serve as an NAR spokesperson, will attend regional conferences, and chair the regional caucuses held at NAR’s two annual meetings
Wluka has served the Greater Boston Real Estate Board (GBREB) as chairman in 1999, and served as the president of the Massachusetts Association of REALTORS® in 2006. He also currently serves as the State Political Coordinator
for Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
In a statement on NAR’s website, Wluka said, “I have worn many hats during my real estate career: agent, broker-owner, franchisee, franchisor, and independent. Additionally, I have been honored to serve in many leadership roles. I have always embraced the idea that change is constant and is a continual invitation to grow and innovate. I look forward to doing my small part to keep our members successful in 2018!”
Congratulations David, we all wish you a successful 2018 in your role at NAR!