On the national level, Boyce will continue to serve on the Professional Development Committee for the fourth year and has been added to the Member Communications Committee for his first tenure. With the Ohio Association of REALTORS, Boyce will continue to serve on the Communications Committee and has been added to the Equal Opportunity and Diversity Committee.
“With my background in communications and journalism, I’m very excited to help the National Association of REALTORS with their communications efforts,” Boyce commented. “And truly honored to know that there are five Buckeyes joining me on the ‘revamped’ communications committees that takes into account the all encompassing needs of the membership.”
With the Professional Development Committee the organization works to facilitate and improve the offerings of courses the REALTOR designations by reviewing each states offerings on a rotating basis.
The Members Communications Committee is comprised of 27 REALTORS across the country and will focus on advise and recommend to the Board of Directors policy matters concerning communication messaging and vehicles including printed publications, on-line and mobile versions of information, satellite delivery of information, and information delivered via current and future emerging technological methods of the National Association that are broadly circulated and targeted to the membership, state and local boards, and where applicable, real estate licensees.
The immediate past chairperson of the Communications Committee which facilitates and creates opportunities for the leadership and organization to communicate with both REALTORS and the general public, Boyce is excited to return to a membership role and provide opportunities from the floor. The committee assisted in an Association Web site redesign, launching of the very popular OAR Buzz Blog and several other initiatives during his tenure in leadership of the committee.
He is extremely excited to join the Equal Opportunity and Diversity Committee as it works to be the Ohio Association of REALTORS’ primary source of creative strategies to encourage and assist member Boards and REALTORS in eliminating barriers to fair housing and diversified communities.
Boyce earned his Master’s in Business Administration from Heidelberg College in 2003. He earned a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Mount Union College in 1998 and graduated from Danville High School in 1994. Boyce and his wife, Gretchen, reside in Delaware, Ohio, with their dog.