The city’s proclamation presented to Anthony mentioned PSAR’s growth under Anthony’s leadership that resulted in PSAR earning a National Association of REALTORS® director position. It also noted how Anthony was honored at the recent PSAR Installation Dinner “for his work, dedication, leadership, and success in San Diego’s real estate industry.” Anthony was one of the youngest-ever presidents of PSAR, which was founded in 1928.
The proclamation also mentioned Anthony’s recent involvement at the state level as a California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.) director and as 2017 vice chair for the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.) Young Professionals Network (YPN).
YPN is a diverse group of individuals who focus on connecting and engaging the next generation of REALTORS® with the tools and encouragement they need to succeed. The purpose of YPN is to facilitate leadership opportunities for real estate professionals through education and networking. C.A.R. is one of the largest state trade organizations in the U.S. with more than 185,000 members dedicated to the advancement of professionalism in real estate. Fifty-six local Associations of REALTORS® in California have YPN groups.
“I’m excited to begin my efforts this year to help lead YPN on a statewide level,” Anthony said. “YPN members are committed to working together to increase business opportunities and foster relationships for the future. I’m looking forward to contributing to the continued success of YPN through leadership, service, participation, innovation and enthusiasm. Among our YPN goals will be to help YPN participants statewide build business networks and community, share resources and experiences, develop professionally through educational opportunities, contribute to economic development and leverage influence in the real estate industry’s future.”