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The Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors: Shaping a More Equitable Real Estate Landscape in Central Virginia

The Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors: Shaping a More Equitable Real Estate Landscape in Central Virginia

by Staff Writer For nearly a century, the Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors (CAAR) has been a pillar of the Central Virginia real estate market. However, its impact extends far beyond statistics and transactions. S. Lisa Herndon, the first African American president in CAAR's history, spearheaded a movement towards inclusivity and empowering diverse communities through homeownership....

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Bill Dedman with NAREB Realtist Chapter of Richmond

Bill Dedman with NAREB Realtist Chapter of Richmond

The CAAR DEI Committee has a long-standing partnership with the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) Realtist Chapter of Richmond. CAAR was able to extend an invitation for several members from the Realtist Chapter of Richmond to attend the influential Bill Dedman session.

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Bill Dedman Long Island Divided

Bill Dedman Long Island Divided

CAAR was able to obtain a $5,000 National Association of REALTORS® Diversity Grant as well as a $2,500 Virginia REALTORS® Diversity Grant to bring Pulitzer Price winner and No. 1 bestselling author Bill Dedman to the Association to discuss the Newsday documentary “Long Island Divided” and fair housing.

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Cville Pride Festival 1, 2, 3

Cville Pride Festival 1, 2, 3

To continue CAAR’s efforts to support the LGBTQ+ community, various members from the DEI Committee attended the Cville Pride Festival last year, wearing their REALTOR® Pride t-shirts.    

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Jason Elliott LGBTQ+ Training

Jason Elliott LGBTQ+ Training

The CAAR DEI Committee brings influential DEI speakers to the membership to broaden their mindset and change the way they think or approach issues and situations. Jason Elliott provided the CAAR membership with a “LGBTQ+ Training” class that helped members create safer and more welcoming virtual and physical spaces for the LGBTQ+ community.

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VisitAble LLC Disability Awareness and Inclusion Class

VisitAble LLC Disability Awareness and Inclusion Class

The CAAR DEI Committee brings influential DEI speakers to the membership to broaden their mindset and change the way they think or approach issues and situations. Joe Jamison, CEO & Founder of VisitAble LLC, and Cory Paradis, Chief Operating Officer of VisitAble LLC, provided CAAR membership with a Disability Inclusion & Awareness Training class in June of last year.

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Piedmont Community College Job Fair 2023

Piedmont Community College Job Fair 2023

Several members from the CAAR Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee participated in the Piedmont Community College Job Fair last year. They promoted the value of a REALTOR®, encouraged students to consider the REALTOR® profession, and shared how REALTORS® support the community.

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