Congratulations, Pathway to Achievement Recipients!

By MNR News posted 11-05-2021 07:42

  
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The Pathway to Achievement program is designed to promote diversity within the Realtor® membership by helping people not in Minnesota’s racial majority join the Realtor® community and enhance their probability of success. MNR is excited to announce the 2021 recipients!





photo of Quincy BallardQuincy Ballard
Edina Realty, Minneapolis

Quincy has begun his first year as a Realtor®, and has already begun networking and engaging with his peers. After purchasing his own home, he decided on a career move from the non-profit world. Quincy plans to focus on first-time home buyers, and wants to work towards closing the homeownership gap in Minnesota.

photo of Luis BritoLuis Brito
Carriage Realty, Lake Elmo

Luis is in his first year as a Realtor®, and was inspired to choose the real estate career path by his aunt and cousin, both whom are Realtors®. Luis plans to teach Spanish HomeStretch classes, and wants to help educate first-time home buyers on the home buying process.

 








Joshua McClainJosh McClain
Edina Realty, Eden Prairie

Josh is in his first year as a Realtor®. After working physically demanding factory jobs, he moved to a sales job and decided he wanted more. Always wanting to learn more, Josh hopes to help people build generational wealth.

 










photo of Sar WaitSar Wait
Home Sellers, St. Paul

After helping a friend through the home buying process, Sar was inspired to jump into obtaining his real estate license while also attending college for education. He wants to help as many people as possible, especially for those in Karen-speaking communities.

 








photo of Ashle JohnsonAshlé Johnson
Mazone Real Estate Group, Golden Valley

Ashlé is currently working towards obtaining her real estate license. She has always worked in customer service-related fields, and has a strong understanding of customer service priority. Ashlé plans to focus on her professional development, and hopes to one day be a broker.

 





photo of Dariale RudolfoDariale Rodulfo
Casa Real Estate, Rochester

Dariale decided on a career change from working at Mayo Clinic to real estate after she and her husband went through the home buying process. Her broker was a tremendous help through to closing, and she wants to be able to do the same for others in the Southern Minnesota Hispanic community.

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