NEW MEXICO NAIOP CHAPTER MISSION STATEMENT
Our mission is to provide the real estate development industry with a visionary, beneficial and responsive Association, serving developers, owners, investors, and commercial real estate professionals.We provide member education, facilitate communication within both the chapter and the community, foster business opportunities, and promote proactive public policy through active involvement in the legislative process. The Association is committed to improving the professionalism of the individual, the image of the industry,and the quality of life in our communities.
About the NAIOP NM CHAPTER DEVELOPING LEADERS:
“The NM NAIOP Developing leader’s council will build a strong foundation for young commercial real estate professionals by bridging the gap between innovation and experience, where career growth and community development flourish. The council’s intention is to influence and cultivate the next generation of young professionals through mentorship, education, and networking.”
NAIOP’s Developing Leaders is an exclusive program geared specifically for all professionals age 35 and under. Your membership entitles you to participate in our extensive network, gain instant access to the latest industry news and enjoy unparalleled networking opportunities.
But most importantly, our program was designed to help you move your career forward by offering you the tools to propel you to the next level. So, for those ready to connect with their peers and gain instant access to leaders of the industry, participation in the DL program is a no-brainer. All NAIOP members who are age 35 or under qualify to participate in the DL program, no matter if you joined through the DL membership category or as part of a corporate membership. As long as you meet the age requirements — and NAIOP has your date of birth on file to verify it — you are automatically considered a DL and have immediate access to all the benefits of the program.
The New Mexico Developing Leaders are a diverse group of individuals working in the commercial real estate industry throughout the country. Their backgrounds includes brokers, accountants, engineers, bankers, architects, contractors, developers, and business executives.
The council is divided into 5 committees to best serve the goals and objectives of the council. The committees are Legislative, Social & Networking, University Outreach, Marketing & Education, and the Giving Back committee. Here is the list of our current council members and their roles and information: