Interested in joining a committee? 

Fill out the CCIM Committee Interest form to apply for one of our committees listed to the right. 

Committees

The CCIM Central Texas Chapter is a volunteer based organization which means we are always in need of help from our members. 

Volunteering can benefit both you and your company:

  • Develop and practice important business and leadership skills to broaden your professional network

  • Gain visibility in your field

  • Gain access to new developments and cutting-edge information in your field

  • Develop new business linkages and form lasting friendships

With everyone's help each person will not be responsible for tremendous workloads... just a few hours a month with a few phone calls and email correspondence in between. We need your input to continue our path to success. 

Here is a list of the committees & descriptions of their activities: 

CANDIDATE GUIDANCE

The basic responsibility of the Candidate Guidance Committee shall be to assist or guide CCIM candidates through the entire candidacy process. Assistance shall be provided locally at the Chapter level, and from CCIM Institute on a national level. This may include the following: Explaining the procedures of becoming a candidate, assisting candidates on obtaining the CCIM designation, sponsoring portfolio writing seminars, familiarization with the comprehensive exam, etc. 

CHARITABLE GIVING

Assist the chapter with identifying charitable projects and coordinating of events to promote these projects. 

EDUCATION & SCHOLARSHIP

The Education Training Committee shall arrange for CI and MCE courses for the Chapter throughout the entire year. It will assess the Chapter members' education and training needs, select courses or topics, select instructors and meeting places, prepare and hold all details incident to the preparation of the courses or seminars; and promote attendance. The Scholarships Committee shall solicit, select and award scholarship winners for the Chapter each year. It gathers, reviews, analyzes and judges each applicant's submission. 

LEGISLATIVE

The Legislative Committee shall monitor politicians, parties, policies, legislation, trends and events on a political level: citywide, statewide and nationwide. It shall update and inform the Chapter Board or membership of relevant issues. 

MEMBERSHIP

The basic responsibilities of the Membership Committee shall be to build and maintain chapter membership, and develop and implement strategies for recruiting and retaining Chapter members. The Committee shall consist of members who are good at identifying people to bring into the Chapter, and good at "selling" the CCIM organization and designation to prospective members. Assist with registration at chapter events. 

SPONSORSHIPS/POWER PARTNER

The Power Partner Committee shall solicit advertisers for the chapter and specific core events held throughout the year. It shall develop and call-on a list of commercial investment real estate practitioners and industry related contacts. 

PROGRAMS COMMITTEE

The Programs Committee shall strive to plan and promote programs of high quality that addresses "cutting edge" commercial real estate issues, and shall plan and promote socials to enhance relationship building. It shall plan, budget, select topics and speakers, select the meeting places, prepare and hold all details incident to the preparation of the programs; and promote attendance. 

SYMPOSIUM

Assist with planning theme, topics and speakers for the annual Symposium. Including finding venue, budget, confirm speakers availability, contact potential participants, set program/event in motion, secure exhibitors and/or sponsors for event, advertising plan and marketing materials. Assist with registration and logistics day of event.

SPECIAL EVENTS

The Special Events Committee "dreams-up" new events for the members that may be both informative and entertaining. Coordinate venue, menu and registration for networking socials. It shall plan, budget, hold, and promote each event. Coordinate regional event with other chapters. 

Committee Chairs
Candidate Guidance Chair

The basic responsibility of the Candidate Guidance Committee shall be to assist or guide CCIM candidates through the entire candidacy process. Assistance shall be provided locally at the Chapter level, and from CCIM Institute on a national level. This may include the following: Explaining the procedures of becoming a candidate, assisting candidates on obtaining the CCIM designation, sponsoring portfolio writing seminars, familiarization with the comprehensive exam, etc. 


Preston Wolfe
Retail Solutions
1205 Norwalk Lane
Unit F
Austin , TX 78703-


e-mail: prestonwolfe@me.com
Designation Promotion/University Alliance Chair

Marc Rankin
InvestCap Partners
6202 Skahan Lane
Austin , TX 78739
5127759038

e-mail: marc@rankincompanies.com
Education Chair

The Education Training Committee shall arrange for CI and MCE courses for the Chapter throughout the entire year. It will assess the Chapter members' education and training needs, select courses or topics, select instructors and meeting places, prepare and hold all details incident to the preparation of the courses or seminars; and promote attendance. The Scholarships Committee shall solicit, select and award scholarship winners for the Chapter each year. It gathers, reviews, analyzes and judges each applicant's submission. 


Robby Eaves, CCIM
Retail Solutions
7320 N Mopac Expwy
101
Austin , TX 78731-
(512) 474-5557

e-mail: robe@retailsolutions.us
Golf Tournament Chair

Gayle Berkbigler, CCIM
KW Commercial
5711 Pool Canyon Cove
Austin , TX 78734
5128444653

e-mail: gayle.berkbigler@gmail.com
Membership Chair

The basic responsibilities of the Membership Committee shall be to build and maintain chapter membership, and develop and implement strategies for recruiting and retaining Chapter members. The Committee shall consist of members who are good at identifying people to bring into the Chapter, and good at "selling" the CCIM organization and designation to prospective members. Assist with registration at chapter events. 


Henry Crane
Marcus & Millichap
6500 River Place Blvd
Building 7, Ste 250
Austin , TX 78730-
(512) 813-7710

e-mail: hank.crane@marcusmillichap.com
Power Partner Chair

The Power Partner Committee shall solicit advertisers for the chapter and specific core events held throughout the year. It shall develop and call-on a list of commercial investment real estate practitioners and industry related contacts. 


Sandra Kimball
Business Development Consultant

(512)577-9816

e-mail: digisimplified@gmail.com
Programs Chair

The Programs Committee shall strive to plan and promote programs of high quality that addresses "cutting edge" commercial real estate issues, and shall plan and promote socials to enhance relationship building. It shall plan, budget, select topics and speakers, select the meeting places, prepare and hold all details incident to the preparation of the programs; and promote attendance. 


Steven Kalil
Kalil Commercial
11801 Domain Boulevard
3rd Floor
Austin , TX 78758
5127174981

e-mail: steven@kalilcommercial.com
Social/Special Events Chair

The Social/Special Events Committee "dreams-up" new events for the members that may be both informative and entertaining. Coordinate venue, menu and registration for networking socials. It shall plan, budget, hold, and promote each event. Coordinate regional event with other chapters. 


Monika Little
10901 W US Hwy 290
Austin , TX 78736-
(512) 288-3322

e-mail: monikac619@gmail.com

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