Missouri REALTORS® are not only real estate professionals, they’re so much more. They dedicate their time to serving on school boards, in elected positions, and volunteering their time to make communities a better place to be. They’re educators, serving on panels and facilitating industry discussions. Their philanthropic efforts are inspiring and the difference they are making within their communities is significant. Our Member Spotlight series highlights these efforts and introduces some of our wonderful members!
This month, we are shining the Member Spotlight on Angie Mullings.
Angie serves as Broker/Owner of Century 21 Integrity Group in Springfield, Mo., and is a member of the Greater Springfield Board of REALTORS®. She is also a charter member of Queen City Sertoma where she has served on the planning committee for the past 10 years. An all-women’s club chartered in 1999, Queen City Sertoma’s primary function is to raise money for local children’s charities. Their biggest fundraiser, a chili cookoff, raises over $100,000 each year.
Angie also donates time and money to Habitat for Humanity, The Child Advocacy Center, and Harmony House.
In addition to Angie’s volunteer service, she focuses her time on helping clients achieve the American Dream of homeownership. “I am very passionate about our industry,” said Mullings. “As an agent, I loved helping my clients achieve their homeownership goals, especially when we had significant hurdles to get past. Now, as a broker, I love seeing my agents achieve their goals and watching them find ways to help our clients get to that end goal of homeownership.”
Angie’s dedication to the industry doesn’t stop there. She is currently serving on Missouri REALTORS® Executive Committee. At the national level, Angie is serving her fourth year on the RPAC Participation Council.
If you’re in the community spotlight or know someone who is, let us know. We’d love to shine our Missouri REALTORS® Spotlight on you!