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Royal Palm Coast Realtor Association hires Angela Foster as director of professional development

The Royal Palm Coast Realtor Association (RPCRA) has announced the hiring of Angela Foster as director of professional development.

Foster brings more than 20 years of experience to her director role, where she will be responsible for creating and managing RPCRA’s professional development offerings that empower Realtor members to expand their careers and stand out in a competitive market. Prior to joining the RPCRA, she served as a professional development coordinator and administration coordinator for the Orlando Regional Realtor Association.

Foster spent most of her career in the nonprofit industry after earning a bachelor’s degree in public administration and minor in nonprofit management from the University of Central Florida. She is currently a member of the Florida Society of Association Executives.

“We are very excited to welcome Angela to our team at the Royal Palm Coast Realtor Association,” said Beate Jones, CEO of RPCRA. “Her knowledge and skills in professional development will serve as a powerful resource to our members, providing the latest tools and techniques that will help them better serve buyers, sellers and the real estate market as a whole.”

The RPCRA serves more than 8,000 Realtors throughout Southwest Florida as a valued resource for education, professional development and advocacy. To learn more, visit www.RPCRA.org or call 239-936-3537.

About the Royal Palm Coast Realtor Association (RPCRA)

Comprising a membership of more than 8,000 Realtors, RPCRA exists to advance the success of its members, serving as a resource for professional development and an advocate in community issues affecting members, their customers and property owners’ rights. RPCRA serves all of Southwest Florida, with offices in Cape Coral, Fort Myers and South Fort Myers. For more information, visit www.rpcra.org.

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