Tuesday, November 17, 2009

BOMA California Names 2010 Leadership

Leaders from the eight metropolitan Building Owners and Managers Associations have chosen the following individuals to helm their statewide organization, BOMA California, for 2010:

PRESIDENT: Cindi Langendoen, Senior Director of Strategic Accounts, CB Richard Ellis (BOMA Greater Los Angeles)
VICE PRESIDENT: Ray Magnussen, Principal, Paragon Services (BOMA San Diego)
SECRETARY: Tod McKelvy, Executive Director, Berding & Weil, (BOMA Oakland/East Bay)
TREASURER: Sandra Boyle, Executive Vice President of Development, Glenborough (BOMA San Francisco)

BOMA California is the statewide professional association representing each of California's eight regional Building Owners and Managers Associations (Greater Los Angeles, Inland Empire, Orange County, Sacramento, Oakland/East Bay, San Diego, San Francisco, and Silicon Valley), in statewide legislative and regulatory matters.

Members of BOMA California represent all facets of the commercial real estate industry, including property managers, facility managers, owners, asset managers, engineers, and leasing brokers. BOMA California is dedicated to professional and ethical property management and provides members with legislative advocacy, industry information, and professional education opportunities.

Newly elected BOMA California President Cindi Langendoen is a National Strategic Accounts Senior Director responsible for the CBRE Investors – CalSTRS portfolio in excess of 12 million square feet of Class A office and industrial product. She provides services through single-point accountability, focusing on the client’s long-term goals, while assisting with operations, transitions, management, leasing, investment sales, and financial reporting on real estate assets worth $3 billion. Ms. Langendoen has more than 20 years of commercial real estate experience and has been on the Board of BOMA California since 2002.

BOMA California engages directly in the legislative, regulatory, and political processes, to protect the interests of the commercial real estate industry. In 2009 our organization tracked more than 500 bills with a potential impact on the commercial real estate industry, and worked on broad range of issues from tax code changes and Workers’ Compensation to energy policy and green building regulations.

For more information about BOMA California, please click here.

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