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One Premier Association

This can mean so many different things and is open to interpretation, but it’s a long-term vision.
I’ve enjoyed my time volunteering in various leadership roles across our industry and certainly within WeMAR (dating back to 2010), which is something I would encourage everyone to do. The relationships that are created will be long-lasting and I have newfound lifelong friends that have come via my journey. It’s truly fun to work alongside some of the Valley’s top minds to continue making WeMAR the best possible Association for its members.

Last year, when Fred Cleman was President, we aligned many of our views to create momentum into streamlining the association in order to position ourselves for future growth, while at the same time, not sacrificing the culture WeMAR is known for.

We, with the help of countless volunteers, have revised the governance structure to allow more members to become engaged easier and really dug deep to redefine the association’s mission, vision, core values and core customer.

Quite simply, the mission of WeMAR is to provide services that lead to member prosperity. Members have a choice and we want to ensure there is superior value over the competition.

When it comes to the vision, many hours were used to discuss and deliberate, but in the end, all it took was three words: One Premier Association. This can mean so many different things and is open to interpretation, but it’s a long-term vision. The landscape of real estate is ever-changing and there’s a lot of pressure to consolidate in the association world. The leaders of WeMAR have taken a position to remain relevant no matter what the conversation is on the outside and ensure our members grow from their belonging.

There is a difference when you step into WeMAR. We call it the WeMAR Experience. It’s something you cannot get elsewhere. The words “welcoming” and “friendly” don’t do it justice so we created our own version.

We’ve chosen to embrace change, as change is inevitable and really the only constant, make a clear focus to elevate and empower our members, be bold when necessary and just plain do the right thing. It’s that mindset, which differentiates WeMAR from the rest.

YOU have the power to influence the direction of WeMAR. It’s YOUR Association. I encourage you to become engaged. I promise you’ll be rewarded in ways you have never imagined.

Your 2018 WeMAR President Justin Schlegel
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