One of the most recognized commercial real estate interest groups in Minneapolis has named its new Board of Directors.

Kim Ihle

Kim Ihle

Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Greater Minneapolis announced Kimberly Ihle as its president for 2015-2016 on Monday. Ihle, general manager for CBRE, most recently served as vice president of BOMA.

Michael Hagen, property manager of The 614 Company, will move to vice president from his previous position as Secretary/Treasurer, while Amy Wimmer will fill the position he is vacating.

BOMA is a national organization with about 100 affiliate locations throughout North America. The Greater Minneapolis organization is the sixth largest in the United States and wields its influence to affect tax issues and legislative or regulatory decisions that impact commercial real estate. 

The officers are elected for one-year positions. Several others were elected to the board for varied term lengths, BOMA announced.

Greg Wohlforth of ABM Onsite Services was elected as a service provider member for two years while Kelly Lentz of Zeller Realty Group and Nathan Reed of Shorenstein Realty Service were named to three-year terms.

Several board members will continue in their director roles, including Ted Campbell, Kevin Connolly, Lynette Dumalag, Brett Greenfield, Cindy MacDonald, Patrick McQuiston, Andy Sundgaard and David Wright (the outgoing president).

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