BCREA Chief Executive and Operating Officers Recognized with Business Leadership Awards
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By Ellen Baragon, Guest Contributor
British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) Chief Executive Officer Darlene Hyde and Chief Operating Officer Corinne Caldwell have earned recognition from Business in Vancouver (BIV) for their achievements in business and leadership.
Hyde is one of the recipients of the BIV 2020 BC Chief Executive Officer of the Year awards, sponsored by Fasken and Deloitte. Recognized in the Not-for-Profit category, she is one of six leaders selected for their vision and strategy, financial performance, development of employees, innovation, social responsibility and sustainability in their respective fields and organizations. Hyde joined BCREA as its Chief Executive Officer in 2018 after holding senior executive positions at the Commercial Real Estate Development Association of Metro Vancouver, the New Car Dealers Association of BC, and the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia. She is also currently Chair of the Insurance Council of British Columbia.
Caldwell has been named one of BIV’s 2020 Forty Under 40 of BC young entrepreneurs, executives and professionals, all of whom have been recognized for demonstrating excellence in business, judgment, leadership and community contribution. Caldwell joined BCREA in 2013 as Director of Finance and Administration and also served as Chief Financial Officer prior to her current role as Chief Operating Officer. She is also a Director with the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada.
“On behalf of the BCREA Board of Directors and staff, I would like to congratulate both Darlene and Corinne,” says BCREA Chair Anthony Bastiaanssen. “These wonderful achievements highlight their tireless commitment to the betterment of BCREA, its members and REALTORSÒ in BC. I thank them both and the entire BCREA staff for their continued dedication to service and excellence.”
Both Hyde and Caldwell have led BCREA and its staff as they work with the province’s 11 real estate boards, 25,000 REALTORS® and real estate partners to ensure continuity, stability and public safety in the real estate sector during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hyde will be featured in a video podcast on biv.com during the week of November 16 and Caldwell will be featured in the annual Forty Under 40 magazine.
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