Diversity and Inclusion - Our People
Making our voices heard
Realogy began a journey more than 10 years ago to focus on external diversity marketplace efforts by forming partnerships with professional real estate associations whose ongoing missions are to improve the homeownership rates of the Hispanic, Asian-American, African-American, and LGBT communities, respectively. Our executives and affiliated agents make it a priority to be speakers at our partners' industry conferences.
Across our enterprise
A panel of Realogy’s specialists discussed, at a global employee town hall meeting, how the Company came to be an industry trailblazer in partnering with these professional organizations on their missions, and how these partnerships have helped Realogy to attract diverse employees, agents and consumers to its real estate brands.
Across the industry
Realogy regularly hosts its own unique series of industry conferences, called EXPLORE, which feature thought leaders from the worlds of academia and business to discuss the impact that diverse growth markets are having on the residential real estate industry. Since 2013, the Company has hosted more than 4,000 brokers and agents at these complimentary events.
We try to engage veterans and be inclusive to get more veterans to come work for us.
Title Resource Group
Throughout the country
Jim Obergefell, co-author of the book “Love Wins,” tells the story behind the groundbreaking U.S. Supreme Court case that led to one of the most important, national civil rights victories in decades—the legalization of same-sex marriage. At the time, Obergefell was at the time an independent sales associate affiliated with NRT’s Coldwell Banker West Shell company in Ohio.
Within diverse markets
Industry conferences that specifically focus on policies and how those impact a diverse market is of special focus to our executives who volunteer as speakers to raise the voices of their constituents.
Leading the way
Woman of Achievement
Shacara Delgado, Realogy’s SVP of employment & benefits law, was named among the 25 Influential Black Women in Business in 2016 by The Network Journal, and among the Top Influential Women in Corporate America by Savoy Magazine. In 2017, she was honored with a Woman of Achievement award by the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey.
Female Executive of the Year
Sue Yannaccone, regional EVP, Eastern Seaboard and Midwest regions of Coldwell Banker/NRT, was named a Bronze winner in the Female Executive of the Year category in the 13th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business. She was also named among the 2016 Women Worth Watching by the Profiles in Diversity Journal.
NAGLREP Advisory Board Member
Monty Smith, NRT's president of company generated business, and executive sponsor of Realogy's Real Pride ERG, was appointed to be on the Advisory Board of the National Association of Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Professionals.