NAR boss lands chamber post
National Association of Realtors CEO Bob Goldberg has been named a member of the Chamber of Commerce Committee of 100, according to a NAR press release.
Goldberg joins a panel of chief executives from across the nation who represent business and trade associations.
“I’m tremendously grateful to be welcomed into this collection of professionals assembled by the Chamber of Commerce,” Goldberg said in the press release. “The partnerships forged through this committee will benefit NAR, our 1.4 million members and our industry as a whole, providing an important platform to highlight the most pressing issues within America’s housing and commercial markets.”
As a member of the C100, Goldberg will be privy to two annual chamber meetings and various issue briefings with the organization’s lobbyists and regulatory experts.
The C100 was established in 1958 and is considered “one of the most distinguished appointments in the association community,” according to Sara Armstrong, vice president and managing director of political affairs and federation relations at the Chamber.
“These new members reflect our continued dedication to naming diverse, high-profile leaders to serve on this prestigious committee,” she said.