New IREM Leaders Take the Helm

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New IREM Leaders Take the Helm

At the IREM fall business and governance meetings in San Antonio, new officers and regional vice presidents were installed. They will spend the next year serving and getting to know members. Readers can take this opportunity to get to know them.

IREM Officer Biographies

Regina T. Mullins, CPM[R] is vice president, Commercial Real Estate Management, Cafritz Company, Washington, D.C., and serves on the firm's management committee. Prior to joining Cafritz Company in July 2007, she was a senior portfolio manager at Cushman & Wakefield.


Mullins earned the CPM designation from IREM in 1984 and has been a member of the IREM Northern Virginia Chapter No. 77 since 1987. She was honored by the chapter in 1995 as "CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER (CPM) of the Year" and served as chapter president in 1997. Mullins was also an IREM regional vice president in 2001 and 2002 and has chaired and/or served on IREM Membership, Management Plan, Legislative and Education Committees.

Mullins earned her Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation from the CCIM Institute in May 2003. She is a graduate of National Louis University with a Bachelor of Science degree in management.


Pamela W. Monroe, CPM is vice president of operations at Community Realty Management, Inc., Pleasantville, N.J. She has over 25 years of professional industry experience, managing multifamily housing--including conventional properties, Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) housing, senior housing, and condominiums. She also has managed corporate portfolios.


Monroe graduated from the University of South Alabama with a Bachelor of Science degree and holds a Real Estate broker's license from the state of Alabama. She earned the CPM designation from IREM in 1985 and has been active in the organization ever since. She was an IREM chapter president for two years in the late 1980s and began her national involvement in 1990, serving first as a regional vice president, then as a senior vice president, then most recently, as IREM secretary/treasurer. In 2003 Monroe was named "CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER (CPM) of the Year" by the IREM South Jersey Chapter No. 101. She also has been active in other real estate groups and held officer and board positions with local and state apartment associations in Alabama and Louisiana.

Additionally, through her involvement with the local Kiwanis Club in Baton Rouge, she donated many hours working with inner-city children. In 2001, she was named the club's "Kiwanian of the Year."


O. Randall Woodbury, CPM, serves as Corporate Secretary and Vice President in charge of Property Management for Woodbury Corporation, a family real estate firm since 1919. The firm specializes in developing and managing retail, office and hotel properties in the Western United States, mostly for its own portfolio.


Woodbury received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance from the University of Utah and spent seven years in mortgage banking. In 1981, he was asked to head up Woodbury Corporation's property management department and began pursuing the CPM designation, which he received in 1987.

Nationally, Woodbury has served IREM on various committees, as a Regional Vice President and as a member of the Executive Committee. At the chapter level, he has served in many capacities including president of Utah Chapter No. 33 in 1992. He was honored by the chapter in 1993, 2000 and 2005 as its "CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER (CPM) of the Year."

Woodbury is a principal in several real estate ventures, serves as a Director of American Bank of Commerce, and holds Utah real estate and insurance licenses. Involved in church, civic and charitable organizations, he is a member of Rotary, the University of Utah Research Park Advisory Committee, and is a board member and immediate past president of the Granite Education Foundation, serving one of the largest school districts in Utah.

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