Margaret Kelly, CEO of RE/MAX International, will give two presentations in Greeley Feb. 20 as part of the Monfort College of Business Executive Professor Program at the University of Northern Colorado.
Kelly will talk about the latest lifestyle trends of millennials compared to other generations during "Millennials and the Changing Real Estate Marketplace" at 2 p.m. in Milne Auditorium in UNC's Kepner Hall, 800 17th St. Her talk is free and open to the public.
She'll share her perspective on how the real estate market has changed as a result of the Great Recession during "Recovering from the Housing Bubble - What is Different Now?" at the Centennial Rotary luncheon at noon at the Greeley Country Club.
The luncheon is open to the public, but non-Rotarians will be charged $14 per person and must register at http://margaretkellyfeb20.eventbrite.com by Feb 13. Limited seating is available.
Kelly is responsible for the day-to-day operations and strategic direction of RE/MAX across North America and in more than 90 countries, and is a member of the Denver Branch of the Kansas City Federal Reserve Board.
Most Americans know her from her frequent guest appearances on CNBC, CNN and Bloomberg News providing candid commentary about the real estate market to help consumers navigate its complexities.
Kelly recently was recognized as the most powerful woman in real estate in the Swanepoel Power 200, a list of the 200 most influential people in the real estate industry.
"We're excited to have someone of Margaret Kelly's caliber speak to two Greeley audiences," said Gene O'Hara, director of the Monfort Executive Professor Program. "This is a wonderful opportunity to hear from such an accomplished woman in the real estate market."