Eugenia K. Bonilla of Delanco Named President

Atlantic City, N.J. – December 16, 2014 – (RealEstateRama) — On December 9, New Jersey Realtors held its President’s Installation and Gala during the fourteenth annual Realtors Triple Play Convention & Trade Expo, where Eugenia K. Bonilla was named 2015 president.

Bonilla is currently a broker-sales associate with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Fox & Roach Division in Mount Laurel.

At the state level, Bonilla served as the NJ Realtors first vice president in 2013, president-elect in 2014, and she was previously a division officer for two years after serving on multiple committees. She also serves as vice president on the New Jersey Real Estate Commission. The Burlington Camden County Association of Realtors named Bonilla Realtor of the Year for 2007-2008 and 2014. She was named Realtor of the Year for New Jersey Realtors in 2014. She also initiated the Cultural Diversity Committee at BCCAR.

Nationally, she is the New Jersey Representatives on the Housing Opportunity Foundation committee and a member of the legal committee for 2015, as well as serving as a director for the National Association of Realtors. Bonilla partnered with the late Senator Frank Lautenberg and Congressman John Runyan as a representative of NJ Realtors for their Housing Symposiums to help homeowners in distress. Bonilla also successfully completed the leadership academy program from 2012-2013.

Bonilla has been a volunteer for the Burlington County for Fair Housing Panels and has served in the architectural committee for her community, Newton’s Landing. She is fluent in Spanish and English and currently resides in Delanco with her husband.

Tg Glazer has been named NJ Realtors president-elect for 2015. Glazer has been a Realtor since 2004 and is currently a broker-sales associate with Coldwell Banker’s Westfield-East office. Glazer was the 2014 first vice president and the 2013 communications and public relations division officer. He has been a member of the NJ Realtors Board of Directors since 2009 and was a member of the Executive Committee in 2009 and 2013. Additionally, he has served on numerous state committees.

At the national level, Glazer has served on the member communications committee since 2012. Locally, he has served on the Greater Union County Association of Realtors’ Realtor Political Action Campaign Committee as well as on the Monmouth County Association of Realtors’ RPAC committee and public relations committee. He also served as a member of the 2014 RPAC Fundraising Trustees Committee.

Glazer resides in Cranford with his wife, Julie, and their two sons.

Robert Oppenheimer, ABR, CRS, CIPS, CDPE, has been named 2015 first vice president. He currently is the broker/owner of RE/MAX Fortune Properties in Englewood Cliffs. Oppenheimer has been a Realtor since 1986. He was president of the Eastern Bergen County Board of Realtors in 2005, 2006, 2009, and 2010. He was named Realtor of the Year in 2010 for EBCBOR and served as the chair of the broker risk management committee in 2014. Oppenheimer has served as director for the New Jersey Multiple Listing Service on and off for the past 10 years. He was also the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award in 2014 for RE/MAX of New Jersey.

For the National Association of Realtors, he is a federal political coordinator for Congressman Scott Garrett. He served on the CIPS Advisory Board for 2014 and Federal Financing & Housing Policy Committee for 2014 and 2015. On the state level, Oppenheimer was a member of the NJ Realtors legislative committee in 2013 and served as vice chair for the risk management committee in 2014.

Oppenheimer resides in Cliffside Park with his wife, Joan.

Angela Sicoli, ABR, is the 2015 treasurer of NJ Realtors and previously served in that capacity in 2014. A Realtor since 1983, Sicoli is the broker/owner of Century 21 Award Agency in Nutley. At the state level, Sicoli served on the Board of Directors and a division officer of association operations, communications and public relations, industry advocacy, professional conduct, and professional development. From 2012 to 2013, she served as the chairperson of the Realtors Political Action Committee of New Jersey. Additionally, she has served on numerous committees over the years.

At the national level, Sicoli is a National Association of Realtors director, served on the Housing Opportunity Committee, as well as the Risk Management Committee, and was a member of the RPAC President’s Circle from 2012 through 2014. Locally, she served as president of the United Association of Realtors in 1997, 1998, 2002, and 2009. She was treasurer there from 2003 – 2008 and was named UAR’s Realtor of the Year in 1997. She has served as a UAR director since 1990, and has chaired many committees. In 2013, Sicoli was named a trustee of the North Central Jersey Association of Realtors.

In addition to her involvement in the Realtor organization, Sicoli is committed to improving her community. She resides in Fairfield with her husband, Michael, and is a member of the Nutley Chamber of Commerce and actively volunteers in many local and national charitable organizations.

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