NWAR Leadership & Committees

2021-22 Officers of the Association

Pete Rondello

President

Years in RE: 29

My background in management and my "get it done" personality has been helpful in serving several non-profit boards over the years. I've been focused on being a part of NWAR leadership for some time, hoping to give back to the industry and the people who have been so important to me.

Andy Harris

President-Elect

Jonathan Long

Treasurer

Andrea Krueger

Past President

Years in RE: 32

Keeping “up to date” and professional standards is so important to all professionals. My commitment to our industry, and it’s professionalism is a top priority to me. Being available to my colleagues and the public for questions and concerns is part of daily routine.

2021-22 Association Directors

Tynan Anderson

Years in RE:  9

I am a good problem solver and learner. I like to solve problems and make our profession stronger on a daily basis; which is why I felt the best way to accomplish this was to get involved with the board and do what I can do to make our organization stronger as our world evolves and we move into the future. I think learning from our senior members and bringing in some fresh new thoughts as a younger professional is a great recipe for success as an organization.

Tom Bird

Years in RE:  16

Community is what it’s all about!  I have served on the Minocqua Chamber Board of Directors, as a Chamber Ambassador, on the Events Committee and even built a few 30’ snowmen.  I also volunteered over 13 years in various roles with the Cross Country Cruisers Snowmobile Club.  I love this community and the entire Northwoods.  Be active and get involved!

Kim Brixius

Years in RE:  25

Licensed in 1997, I am currently a Broker Associate with an alphabet soup of experience behind me.  I believe in community and strive to be an asset in all endeavors and in whatever capacity called upon.  I look to be an asset to those in my personal and professional life and therefore, hope that my varied experience can be a benefit to the NWAR board as well.

Janel Pagels

Years in RE:  24

I enjoy teamwork, learning and helping others; which is why I decided to volunteer for our Board. I hope that my years of experience can be a benefit while I continue to learn from my peers in these upcoming years.

Ed Raasch

Years in RE:  24

What attributes do you feel you can offer other NWAR members by serving: I believe that my years of experience in the business gives me a broad perspective of many different issues that we as Realtors face. I hope to be able to lend some insight and share some wisdom with my colleagues. It is my belief that we need to work toward common goals and listen to all viewpoints as we establish those goals.

Paul Ross

Years in RE: 5

I’m interested in learning more about and being a part of the continued success of the NWAR membership.  With a diverse background beyond real estate, I enjoy working with, helping, and learning from people from all walks of life.  Real estate provides a great opportunity to do these things right here in the Northwoods.

NWAR Committees

Volunteering on a committee is a great way to become more involved in your association!  Committee volunteers make valuable connections with other REALTORS while expand their professional expertise, and committee service is a good stepping stone toward earning a seat on the Board of Directors!

Click here for details about each committee's role in our organization.  Some committees may only take an hour or two of volunteer time each year, while some can take a day or two.  Please contact the the Chairperson below or NWAR office if you'd like to find out more about serving on a committee.

Committee NameChairperson
Bylaws ReviewJohn Morris
Christmas PartyLinda Long Wohlleber
Diversity, Equity & InclusionPete Rondello
EducationAndy Harris
Fair HousingAdam Redman
FinanceJon Long
Golf OutingErik Johnson
LegislativeAdam Redman
Membership/OrientationCheryl Eskridge
PersonnelPete Rondello
Professional StandardsTynan Anderson
Public RelationsBonnie Byrnes
RPACCheryl Eskridge
ScholarshipAndy Harris
Strategic PlanningAndy Harris