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ITRA Global Elects 2014 Board of Directors and Officers
Date:12/20/2013

Chicago (PRWEB) December 20, 2013

ITRA Global announced today that Mylinda J. Vick, CCIM, principal of Cherry & Associates / ITRA Global Nashville, was re-elected chairman of the board of directors for 2014. Through Ms. Vick’s dynamic leadership in 2013, ITRA Global remains one of the largest International organizations devoted to representing users of corporate space.

“I am thrilled to serve in the role of Chairman of the Board for another term”, says Ms. Vick. “ITRA Global remains one of the few organizations that truly advocates for corporate tenants and buyers of office, industrial and retail space. As I reflect on the accomplishments of our organization during the past year, I thank my fellow board members and committee members for their dedication and commitment as we continue to expand our global offices to effectively serve the needs of our local and multi-market corporate clients.”

Ms. Vick is a 19-year veteran in corporate real estate. As a principal of Cherry & Associates / ITRA Global, established in 1994 as an exclusive tenant/buyer representation firm, Ms. Vick has completed over $300M in transactional volume. She has been recognized repeatedly by CoStar Group, Inc. as a “Top Power Broker” and has been named one of the “Top Brokers” selected by the Nashville Business Journal. Her work with corporate clients includes Bridgestone, Viacom Corporation, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, Mars Petcare, Inc., Thomas Nelson Publishing, Cisco Systems and Verizon, to name a few.

Serving with Ms. Vick on the ITRA Global 2014 leadership team are: Carrie Holstead of Carrie S. Holstead Real Estate Consultants, Inc. / ITRA Global Pitts
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