Each year, T3 Sixty acknowledges visionary leaders who exceeded industry expectations. Not only do they make a major impact on their own organizations but also influence and shaped the entire industry.
David Charron, Chief Strategy Officer and Director of Bright MLSDavid is one of the most prominent leaders in the multiple listing service industry. With 38 years of experience, he has served as CEO of MRIS, one of the largest MLSs in the nation, and last year helped consolidate 43 MLSs to create Bright MLS, the largest MLS in the nation, which facilitates $91 billion in residential transactions.
Wes Foster, Chairman Emeritus of Long & FosterWes co-founded Long & Foster in 1968; now it is one of the largest in the U.S. He has played a critical role in growing the industry, from running a real estate school, to being a founding member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, to being a key investor in Moxi Works. The organization continues to flourish: on its 50th anniversary in 2018, it had over 200 locations, 1,800 employees and over 11,000 real estate agents.
Alex Perriello, CEO of the Realogy Franchise Group
Over his 38-year career, Perriello rose from real estate agent to become the most senior executive in the Realogy Franchise Group, the largest real estate organization in the world. This placed Perriello at the head of more real estate brands - Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA and Sotheby’s International Realty - than any other person. John Peyton succeeded Perriello when he stepped down on April 1, 2017.
Spencer Rascoff, CEO of Zillow Group
Rascoff oversees Zillow Group’s portfolio of real estate and home-related brands, including consumer brands Zillow, Trulia, StreetEasy, HotPads and Naked Apartments. He helped launch Zillow in 2005 and became CEO in 2010. As CEO, Rascoff led Zillow through 13 acquisitions and its 2011 IPO. Rascoff’s leadership positioned Zillow Group as one of the most formidable real estate brands in the nation. Rascoff also earned the #1 position on the 2017 SP200.
Dale Stinton, CEO of the National Association of Realtors (NAR)
After serving for 24 years in various executive positions at NAR, including chief financial officer, Stinton was CEO for 12 years, making him the longest-tenured chief executive in NAR’s 109-year history. Bob Goldberg succeeded him in 2017 when Stinton retired. He is remembered as the executive that introduced a business-minded approach to the nonprofit world of NAR.