REIQ Appoints 2022-2023 Zone Chairs

The REIQ has appointed 16 zone chairs for a two-year term, representing Queensland’s largest real estate markets.

The zone chairs fulfil a vital role in the REIQ, representing the organisation at a local level and bringing the Queensland peak body to the community.

As the boots on the ground within their zone, the chairs are often the first port of call for members to raise any issues affecting local real estate professionals.

Congratulations to the following zone chairs, who commenced their new roles in January 2022.

REIQ zone chairs 2022-23:

• Brisbane Eastern Suburbs: Julie Harris (re-appointed)
• Brisbane Northern Suburbs: Brendan Whipps (re-appointed)
• Brisbane Southern Suburbs/Logan: Rebecca Herbst (re-appointed)
• Brisbane Western Suburbs: Kirrilli Cobley
• Bundaberg: Kirralea Whittle
• Caboolture/Redcliffe: James Brown (re-appointed)
• Cairns: Tom Quaid (re-appointed)
• Fraser Coast: Kim Carter (re-appointed)
• Gladstone: Alicia Williams (re-appointed)
• Gold Coast: Andrew Henderson (re-appointed)
• Ipswich: Andrew Kenman
• Mackay: Allison Cunningham (re-appointed)
• Rockhampton: Noel Livingston (re-appointed)
• Sunshine Coast: Matt Diesel (re-appointed)
• Toowoomba/Darling Downs: Daniel Burrett
• Townsville: Benjamin Kingsberry (re-appointed)

The REIQ thanks the following outgoing zone chairs for their dedication and support during their tenures: Phil Broom (Brisbane Western Suburbs), Le-Anne Allan (Bundaberg), Glenn Ball (Ipswich) and Katie Knight (Toowoomba/Darling Downs).

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