NAR Adds New Role With VP of Diversity, Inclusion, and Talent

August 12, 2020

Andréa Moore

Andréa Moore

As real estate associations and brokerages pay more attention to inclusion and diversity in their offices and outreach, the National Association of REALTORS® announced Wednesday that Andréa Moore will be promoted to vice president of diversity, inclusion, and talent opportunity.

In Moore’s new role, she will be charged with developing an internal diversity and inclusion strategy and addressing diversity within recruitment and creating opportunities for internal staff.

“Diversity, equity, and inclusion are core values of NAR and Andréa’s promotion reflects our steadfast commitment to those principles,” says NAR CEO Bob Goldberg. “Andréa’s expertise, work ethic, and dedication will ensure that we attract and retain a workforce within an environment where not only talent and experience are valued, but where individual differences are celebrated.”

Moore has 12 years of human resources experience. Prior to NAR, she worked several years as human resources director at the National Council for Behavioral Health in Washington, D.C. She started at NAR in 2017 as director of talent development and resources. Since that time, she has led several internal staff diversity and inclusion efforts, including training for senior leaders and creating an employee diversity and inclusion workgroup and commitment statement.

Moore will work in collaboration with Bryan Greene, NAR’s director of fair housing, and Fred Underwood, NAR’s director of engagement, diversity, and inclusion. “These roles further NAR’s commitment by advocating for policies that advance fair housing and providing strategic resources for all REALTOR® associations to embrace diversity and inclusion in their membership and leadership systems,” NAR notes in its announcement.

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