GEMM honors East Bay’s rental housing elite

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The California Apartment Association is pleased to announce the honorees from this month’s 16th annual Greater East Bay GEMM Awards.

On Aug. 15, more than 500 multifamily professionals gathered at the Blackhawk Museum in Danville to recognize those who have demonstrated exemplary professionalism, leadership, expertise and community impact within the rental housing industry.

CAA, along with RHA Serving Southern Alameda County, presented GEMM awards in 15 categories. And the winners are:

Category: Rising Star
Honoree: Elyse Jacquez, First Point Management Group

Category: Leasing Professional of the Year
Honoree: Jeankaylyn Ebreo, Greystar

Category: Maintenance Service Member of the Year
Honoree: Edwin Lopez, Fuller Enterprises

Category: Assistant Community Manager of the Year
Honoree: Kharla Canta, FPI Management

Category: Maintenance Service Member of the Year
Honoree: Michael Kappler, Sequoia Equities

Category: Rental Community Manager of the Year
Honoree: Viola Bueno, SPM Properties

Category: Maintenance Service Member of the Year
Honoree: Michael Scalisi, First Point Management Group

Category: Rental Community Manager of the Year
Honoree: Laura Cortes, Castle Management

Category: Rental Community Manager of the Year
Honoree: Antonio Di Marco, Sequoia Equities

Category: Regional Manager of the Year
Honoree: Nick Bruce, Fuller Enterprises

Category: Rental Community of the Year
Honoree: Reserve at Walnut Creek

Category: Rental Community of the Year
Honoree: Somerset Apartments

Category: Rental Community of the Year
Honoree: Park Central Apartments

Category: Industry partner of the Year
Honoree: Pierce Signs

Category: Management Company of the Year
Honoree: Fuller Enterprises

Tagged: Contra CostaRental Housing Assn. of Alameda