NAA Vice Chairman Cindy Clare Among Most Influential Women in Multifamily


ARLINGTON, Va. / – March 26, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — National Apartment Association Vice Chairman Cindy Clare, CPM, was named one of Multifamily Executive (MFE)’s 10 Most Influential Women in Multifamily.

The award honors women who have shattered multifamily’s glass ceiling to become top thought-leaders in the industry—introducing innovative technologies, chasing competitive contracts, chartering new initiatives and redefining resident services.

“I am very honored to be included with such an accomplished group of women,” Clare says.
Clare, President of Kettler Management, joined the McLean, Va.-based firm 10 years ago when Kettler managed 8,667 units in 37 communities. Today, Kettler manages over 24,000 units in 103 communities across the Mid-Atlantic.

A decade later, one of Clare’s top priorities is educating students in property management. She serves as a faculty member for The Institute of Real Estate Management and sits on the Advisory Board of the Virginia Tech Program in Real Estate.
“Cindy’s most recent recognition is yet another testament to her leadership ability and the impact her work has had within the industry,” says NAA President & CEO Doug Culkin, CAE. “We are honored to have her serve NAA and its members as Vice Chairman of the Board.”

See the full list of MFE’s Most Influential Women in Multifamily, many of whom are NAA members.


The National Apartment Association (NAA) is America’s leading advocate for quality rental housing. NAA’s mission is to serve the interests of multifamily housing owners, managers, developers and suppliers and maintain a high level of professionalism in the multifamily housing industry to better serve the rental housing needs of the public. As a federation of more than 170 state and local affiliates, NAA is comprised of over 67,000 members representing more than 7.6 million apartment homes throughout the United States and Canada.

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