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Phoenix Executive Mike Clow Named 2018 NAA Chairman-Elect

Contact: Todd Usher via email or at 703-797-0678
 

ARLINGTON, VA – Phoenix real estate executive Mike Clow, CPM, Greystar, has begun his term as 2018 National Apartment Association (NAA) Vice Chairman.

Clow has 28 years of real estate management experience and, as Executive Director of Real Estate Operations of the Western United States, he is responsible for the supervision of Greystar multifamily properties in Washington, Oregon, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Idaho and North Dakota. Clow also serves on the Arizona Multihousing Association board. 

In addition, Clow has been actively involved with a variety of initiatives for NAA on the national level. Clow served as Chairman of the NAA Budget and Finance Committee as well as Conference Committee Chair. He also served as the board’s Executive Committee liaison to the Leadership Lyceum volunteer leadership development program.

“Mike has a passion for the rental housing industry,” said NAA President and CEO Robert Pinnegar, CAE. “He has been actively involved in developing new leaders, ensuring the financial success of NAA and planning our biggest event of the year. He will be a tremendous asset for our new Chairman Jeff Lowry.”

Also serving on NAA’s 2018 Executive Committee are Chariman Jeff Lowry, CAPS, Madera Companies, Lubbock; Vice Chair Mike Holmes, Easlan Management Company, Greenville; and Secretary Don Brunner, BRG Apartments, Cincinnati.

 

About NAA
The National Apartment Association (NAA) serves as the leading voice and preeminent resource through advocacy, education and collaboration on behalf of the rental housing industry.  As a federation of nearly 160 affiliates, NAA encompasses over 75,000 members representing more than 9.25 million apartment homes globally. NAA believes that rental housing is a valuable partner in every community that emphasizes integrity, accountability, collaboration, community responsibility, inclusivity and innovation. To learn more, visit www.naahq.org