2020 REALTOR® of the Year - Lorie Jean Schult
Lorie Jean Schult has been a REALTOR® since April of 2014. Getting her start at RE/MAX of Great Falls, Lorie earned the Executive 100% Level each year she was there. As a new Realtor, Lorie started to make her voice heard by serving as Co-Chair of the YPN Committee in 2015 and 2016, also being nominated for Rookie of the Year both years.
In May of 2017, Lorie Jean took her knowledge and passion a step further and earned her broker's license. This gave Lorie the confidence and leadership to serve on the Board of Directors as Secretary for two years, and where she currently serves as a State Director. Lorie is no stranger to committees either, as she is the current co-chair of the GFAR RPAC Committee, a long-standing member of the IMF Committee, Co-Chair of the MAR Professional Development Committee, and the Tradeshow Coordinator for GRI.
In January of this year, Lorie made the jump to Dascoulias Realty Group to serve as the supervising broker and is eager to continue learning and helping her agents grow as Realtors.
Congratulations, Lorie Jean Schult.
2020 Rookie of the Year - Jen Barnett
Jennifer Barnett began her real estate career in June of 2019, primarily working in the city of Fairfield, located just 35 miles from Great Falls. As a new REALTOR® she has made a mission out of finding the connection between housing and helping to build a strong community.
Jen's nominations all described her with a certain item in common, that she possesses the heart of a servant. This rang true throughout her application and in her letters of recommendation as well. Jen is currently the President of Eagle Pride (School PTA), she is involved with the Junior Women's Association, Toby's House, the 1,000 in Action Foundation, is an active member in Fairfield New Life Church and a foster mother on top of it all.
Jen is a perfect example of the National Association of REALTORS® "That's Who We R" Campaign, helping consumers understand that REALTORS® are real estate experts in their local communities, who abide by NAR's Code of Ethics and fight for real estate dreams and property rights. We look forward to watching Jen grow as a Realtor in our Association while making a big impact in a small town.
Congratulations, Jen Barnett.