Roberts Rules of Order

Robert’s Rules of Order is America’s foremost guide to parliamentary procedure. NABOR® committees follow the guide’s set of rules and procedures to ensure that meetings are orderly and their goals are accomplished fairly.

Board of Directors

They are a group of 11 members nominated by the Nominating Committee and presented to the general membership at the annual business meeting for election. The Board of Directors are responsible for establishing policies and ensuring the strategic directions and financial affairs of NABOR® and its subsidiary M.L.S. of Naples, Inc. are administered effectively. They are responsible to carry out the business objectives of NABOR® by establishing and coordinating, at a high level, the overall work of committees, teams and work groups comprised of volunteers, leadership and staff to accomplish the objectives on behalf of the membership


Budget and Finance Committee

They are responsible for ensuring that the financial affairs of NABOR® and M.L.S. of Naples, Inc. are administered effectively and with fiscal integrity, that financial information flows efficiently to those who need it, and that the financial directives of the Board of Directors are implemented. They prepare the annual budget for approval by the Board of Directors, review financial statements, receive requests for unbudgeted funds, prepare the capital expenditure program and supervise the annual audits. They recommend investment policies and monitor insurance policies and retirement programs. They implement programs and services approved by the Board of Directors either through the budgeting process or by recommendation from the Committee.

Chair: David Puskaric
Vice-Chair: N/A
Staff Liaison: Carl Russell

Commercial Committee

This group addresses issues relating to the commercial real estate industry. They are responsible for providing Commercial Brokers and Associates with programs, networking, and events focused on the commercial real estate business with the goal of increasing their involvement in NABOR®. They provide education to residential REALTOR members about commercial real estate and offer assistance with commercial real estate transactions. They collaborate with interested REALTORS through communication, outreach and the promotion of professionalism.

Chair: Stuart Tackett
Vice-Chair: Darren Schoof
Staff Liaison: Cindy Cornman

Community Involvement Committee

They are integral part of NABOR® and provide the opportunity for members to give back to the community. They are responsible for planning and facilitating in a variety of activities to benefit the Naples community. They liaison with the appropriate committees of mutual interest, prioritize the scope of community activity projects and make decisions about where to direct charitable resources. Their work raises the community’s consciousness and awareness about NABOR® as a “good neighbor”.

Chair: Spencer Rigsby
Vice-Chair: Eric Nagel
Staff Liaison: Marty Manion and Deborah Linville

Digital Content

This committee is entrusted with the strategic planning, creation, and delivery of NABOR®’s digital communication initiatives. Our mission encompasses crafting engaging content in various forms, such as videos, podcasts, and formulating robust strategies for the efficient distribution of electronic information to our members. Through innovation and collaboration, we aim to promote greater viewership, engagement, and appeal to the NABOR community.

Chair: Jeffrey Zeiler
Vice-Chair: Corey McCloskey
Staff Liaison: Wade Mastro

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee

The committee’s role is to identify the concerns and needs of minority members and to assist in the development of actions to address those concerns and needs. The committee works together with other committees and NABOR®’s strategic partners, recommending and assisting in coordinating events/activities that help to increase diversity within the real estate profession and within the NABOR® membership and its leadership. Their overall mission is to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within NABOR® and the communities we serve.

Chair: Sandra Schlaupitz
Vice-Chair: Tim Loos
Staff Liaison: Marty Manion

Events for Networking Committee

They are responsible for coordinating and hosting NABOR®’s Member Business Meetings, Member Appreciation Nights, and Golf Tournament. They also assist with Annual Night of Honors, Economic Summit, REALTOR® Expo, and other events, on a need-be basis. Their main goal is to provide members with unique networking opportunities to help grow their business and to encourage their involvement in NABOR®.

Chair: Shari de Ron
Vice-Chair: Samantha Schwartz
Staff Liaison: Melissa Bognaski

Global Business Committee

Their responsibility is to maximize the ability of members to take advantage of the growing earnings potential associated with the increasing globalization of the real estate business. They provide resources and opportunities that will empower members to understand inbound, outbound and local global real estate transactions. They present members with global networking events and educational programs to maximize their awareness of global real estate business. and increase their profitability from International real estate transactions in the Naples area.

The NABOR® Global Network is a group formed by the Global Business Committee which consists of members interested in developing their "global business".

Chair: Carol Kairis
Vice-Chair: Olga Vindell
Staff Liaison: Cheyenne Luckey

Governmental Issues Committee

They represent our members’ business interests primarily before local governmental bodies and agencies. They work with Florida Realtors®, and, where appropriate, the National Association of REALTORS®, to have NABOR®’s members’ interests incorporated into Florida Realtors®, and, where appropriate, the National Association of REALTORS®, legislative agenda. Their role is to monitor legislative and regulatory proposals and actions as they relate to the real estate industry and real estate market and inform the membership of legislation and regulations affecting their ability to do business. They are responsible for tracking real estate legislation and regulations, participating in public meetings and communicating with local officials.

Chair: Tina Muracco
Vice-Chair: Chuck Kansy
Staff Liaison: Dani Hudson

Grievance Committee

The role of the Grievance Committee (“Committee”) is defined in the Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual of the National Association of REALTORS®. In essence, the role is to determine whether complaints brought against members constitute a possible violation of the Code of Ethics or are subject to arbitration; and, if determined to be neither, the committee dismisses them; however, if determined to constitute a possible violation of the Code of Ethics or a matter to be arbitrated, the committee forwards them to the Professional Standards Committee for a hearing. Members of this committee are subject to confirmation by the Board of Directors.

Chair: Robert Nardi
Vice-Chair: Jim Pilon
Staff Liaison: Corie Chase

Legal Resources Committee

They study legal issues affecting local real estate transactions and brokerage practice; provide input and recommendations relative to those legal issues to the appropriate committees and Board of Directors; drafts for the review and approval by the Board of Directors and legal counsel such documents, forms and contracts as may facilitate local real estate transactions and brokerage practice; and offers educational programs to NABOR® members on NABOR®’s forms, and other forms as deemed appropriate, and on the legal aspects of real estate transactions and brokerage practice.

Chair: Nick Bobzien
Vice-Chair: Adam Bleggi
Staff Liaison: Marty Manion

Magazine Committee

Naples REALTOR®, the official magazine of the Naples Area Board of REALTORS® Association, is published to educate and inform the Naples Area Board of REALTORS® members of association news and events, local real estate trends and data, business and legal issues, industry initiatives and member achievements. The goal is to provide members with information that may contribute to the success of their businesses as well as the development of their professional careers.

Chair: Jacquie Walter
Vice-Chair: Mary Waller
Staff Liaison: Marcia Albert

Media Relations Committee

They serve to develop and oversee the implementation of a long-term media strategy that will promote NABOR® as the voice of the Naples area real estate market. They are responsible for analyzing the MLS statistics and providing real estate market reports and conferences based on their findings to members and the public.

Chair: PJ Smith
Vice-Chair: N/A
Staff Liaison: Marcia Albert

Membership Committee

Their mission is to be responsible for the retention and recruitment of members, and the promotion of the benefits of REALTOR® membership. They develop and implement programs and services to familiarize members with NABOR® and the benefits they receive by virtue of their membership.

Chair: Nancy Golya
Vice-Chair: Joe Nugent
Staff Liaison: Elizabeth Saggio

Membership – Broker Involvement Task Force

Chair: Adam Vellano
Vice-Chair: Spencer Haynes
Staff Liaison: Elizabeth Saggio

MLS Committee

They work to assure that REALTORS® remain the primary provider of information about real estate. Their role is to recommend policy and procedures to the Board of Directors for the effective operation of the Multiple Listing Service, including coordinating revision of the MLS Rules to be in compliance with the MLS policy of the National Association of REALTORS®. They evaluate the Southwest Florida MLS system and recommend changes for maximum effectiveness. They facilitate the use of MLS related services that members can use and their recommendation to the Board of Directors.

Chair: Adam Vellano
Vice-Chair: Corey McCloskey
Staff Liaison: Cindy Cornman

MLS - & Task Force

The team is working with a website developer to implement a new website design for They will provide oversight and set strategic direction to achieve a new public facing website design that emphasizes ease of navigation, meets the growing needs of consumers searching for homes in the Naples area and encourages participation.

Chair: N/A
Vice-Chair: N/A
Staff Liaison: Marty Manion

NABOR® History Committee

The mission of the NABOR® History Committee is to preserve NABOR® history with a record of people and events that shaped NABOR® so members can draw strength and purpose from the association’s rich history and be inspired to succeed in the future.

Chair: Heather Haynes
Vice-Chair: Shannon Livingston
Staff Liaison: Wade Mastro

Professional Development Committee

They seek to improve REALTOR® professionalism and productivity by offering educational programming suitable for all segments of the NABOR® membership. They are responsible for providing professional development opportunities for the membership that will enable the member to achieve his/her professional development business goals. They oversee the delivery of education courses to fulfill the practical educational needs of the membership.

Chair: Tina Falzarano
Vice-Chair: Carol Kairis
Staff Liaison: Jeanette O'Neill

Professional Standards Committee

Their mission is to strive to promote knowledge of and compliance with the N.A.R. Code of Ethics in order to elevate the industry to its highest professional, ethical ideal. Their role is defined in the Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual of the National Association of REALTORS®. In essence, the role is to enforce the Code of Ethics and to educate the membership concerning the Code, the policies and procedures governing enforcement, and the importance to them as professionals of subscribing and adhering to the high ethical standards in the REALTOR® Code of Ethics. Members of this Committee are subject to confirmation by the Board of Directors.

Chair: Will Watson
Vice-Chair: Rick Fioretti
Staff Liaison: Corie Chase

Professional Standards - Mediation Task Force

This unique group is comprised of REALTORS® who are specifically trained by the National Association of REALTORS® to mediate disputes between parties with the goal of promoting reconciliation, settlement, or compromise, so the dispute is not subject to an ethics hearing or arbitration before the Professional Standards Committee.

Chair: Spencer Haynes
Vice-Chair: N/A
Staff Liaison: Corie Chase

REALTORS® Political Action (RPAC) Committee

This committee centers around fundraising for the promotion of political awareness, locally, for opposing or supporting issues affecting the members’ business, and on the state and national levels to support or oppose candidates whose positions affect the members’ ability to conduct business. They provide networking, education and tools to increase member participation.

Chair: Debbie Zalewski
Vice-Chair: Allisa Pipes
Staff Liaison: Dani Hudson

Symposium Committee

This committee is responsible for producing and presenting the annual Symposium. This includes a vendor trade show, education sessions on various topics and an economic update presentation.

Chair: Brenda Fioretti & Debbie Zalewski
Vice-Chair: Lesley Colantonio
Staff Liaison: Melissa Bognaski

Young Professionals Network (YPN) Committee

This group consists of young, career-minded real estate professionals who offer a platform to exchange knowledge, establish business relationships and discuss the latest innovative trends and ideas. They encourage, promote, and empower NABOR® members who are under 40 years old to thrive in Naples real estate by offering them educational programs, networking events and volunteer opportunities to further their career.

Chair: Kimberly Vargas
Vice-Chair: Antonio Barroso
Staff Liaison: Zamira Collado

Realtor logo

The term REALTOR® is a registered collective membership mark which identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics.