Embracing and developing real estate leadership are among new CEO’s top priorities at Keller Williams Silicon City.
SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 22, 2017 – Hilda Ramirez has served the real estate industry for the past 30 years most recently in Association Management as the Director of PR, Communications, Education and Special Events at Santa Clara County Association of REALTORS®.
Ramirez holds many business and community accolades and, is a proven leader and is a well-known advocate for housing. Her expertise includes professional development, profit and growth, marketing, PR and Communication with an emphasis on digital media. She also holds many designations and certifications and is a highly sought-after trainer and public speaker on real estate trends.
Tam Quach, Operating Principal of Keller Williams Silicon City said “We selected Ms. Ramirez to be our new Chief Executive Officer and Team Leader because she has made significant impact in our industry and is an established leader. We are confident in her abilities to take our Market Centers to the next level and to translate our Mission and Vision of operating a world class real estate firm here in Silicon Valley. Hilda’s advanced business strategies and execution bring teams and systems together that drive results. That is precisely what we want for our company.”
Ramirez will be responsible for the companies three real estate divisions, Luxury, Residential and Commercial and will oversee the launch of its new 13,000 square foot, state of the art, North San Jose Headquarters on Oakland Road near the highly anticipated Bart Station which will connect San Jose to the Bay Area.
“I am ecstatic about this new opportunity. The Keller Williams Belief Systems closely mirrors mine. I look forward to growing our Market Centers to be among the top performers in Santa Clara County and helping our Agents be the highest ranking in customer satisfaction and client experience. We want to be the best prepared to serve the diverse communities in Silicon Valley and are mindful of the need to embrace leadership in the context of business and community building,” said Ramirez.
Ramirez is said to be taking the #WomanUp challenge, an initiative established by the California Association of REALTORS® to advance woman in brokerage and real estate management. It is estimated that men represent 87% of industry’s leadership while women sit at only 13%.
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