the year. Green also serves on the Maryland Realtors Communications and Annual Conference Committee.
Green said she was excited to be able to lead the group of realtors and thanked Cawley for her time serving as president.
“Our founding board was established in 1952. After nearly 70 years I have been elected the first African-American to lead this magnificent organization of realtors and affiliates,” Green said.
Green said 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Fair Housing Act, and that to her knowledge, the Mid-Shore Board of Realtors has never been in violation of this act.
Green thanked her family members in attendance for their continued support and said she was looking forward to supporting new agents.
“We will ensure that new agents are not left in the dark and are aware of everything this board has to offer. We will focus on safety and health,” Green said. “I am truly humbled, as becoming president has never been in the cards, ... “
Mike Dillon and Meg Moran, agents with Benson and Mangold were both sworn in as new board members during the event. Returning members include Dennis Covey, Georgie Gambrill, Bill Griffin, Chuck Mangold, Jr., Bob Rich and Leslie Stevenson. Previous board members Duane Hilghman and Dawn Shorter will leave the board.
Mid-Shore Board of Realtors past and present directors pose for a photo during the installation ceremony Tuesday, Oct. 23. From left, back row are: Dennis Covey, Director with Exit Latham; Chuck Mangold Jr; Bob Rich, Director with Benson and Mangold and Mike Dillon, Director with Benson and Mangold. Front row: Leslie Stevenson, Director with Long & Foster; Georgie Gambrill, Director with Oyster Mortgage; Laura Anderson, Secretary with Pen Fed Realty; Judy Dinges, President-Elect with Benson-Mangold; Dormaim Green, President with The Property Shoppe; Daphne Cawley, Immediate Past President with Benson & Mangold; Shelby Roney, Treasurer with Exit Latham; Meg Moran, Director with Long & Foster.
New Mid-Shore Board of Realtors President Dormaim Green takes the oath from Cambridge Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley during the installation ceremony Tuesday, Oct. 23.