PHOENIX, AZ. (Jan. 29, 2019) – Terry Martin-Denning, President and CEO of NAI Horizon, was named to the NAI Global 2019 Leadership Board at the commercial real estate firm’s annual convention in Austin, Texas.
“We are very pleased to have Terry in this role,” said Jay Olshonsky, President of NAI Global. “The success of NAI Horizon is a testament to her leadership skill. Our offices are very fortunate and will benefit from her experience.”
The NAI Leadership Board provides proactive leadership to increase the profitability, professionalism, technical capability, integrity and standards of practice that reinforce and breed mutual trust and respect throughout the organization. It fosters and promotes activities and productivity of offices, agents and the organization at-large.
“I’m honored to be selected to serve with the other members of the Leadership Board,” Martin-Denning said. “This is an opportunity for us to build on the successes of NAI and ensure that we continue to innovate across the globe and move forward in an industry that is continually changing.”
Martin-Denning has been with NAI Horizon and its affiliated companies since 1985. She was appointed CEO in January 2015 after serving as COO and Designated Broker for nine years.
In her role as President and CEO, Martin-Denning is responsible for the overall strategy of NAI Horizon, providing leadership and direction for their offices in Phoenix and Tucson. She boasts a commercial real estate career that spans more than 30 years and has extensive experience in accounting and operations, lease and contract negotiations, property management, and receivership for all commercial product types.
Martin-Denning is visible in the business community and active in Valley Partnership, NAIOP Arizona, AZCREW, Urban Land Institute Arizona, and ICSC. She is Treasurer and President Elect of AZCREW for 2019 and will serve as President of AZCREW in 2020.
Her philanthropic involvement includes community outreach with the Valley Partnership Community Project, Brokers for Kids, Save the Family, Paz de Cristo, Child Crisis Center, and St. Mary’s Food Bank.
Martin-Denning earned her business administration degree from the University of Montana with a major in accounting and minor in psychology.