Brown Harris Stevens agent Susan Greenfield has been named world vice president-elect of the International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI). As part of her election trajectory, Greenfield will go on to serve as world president-elect in June 2021, upon validation of the board. In June 2022, she will assume the office of world president.
“I am honored to serve FIABCI as vice-president elect and eventually as world president over the next few years,” Greenfield said. “This important organization has changed my life personally and professionally, and I look forward to contributing toward its continued success in my new leadership roles.”
An active member of FIABCI for 40 years, Greenfield has held several leadership positions including serving as the president of FIABCI-USA in 2017 as well as the president of the New York Council on three separate occasions.
Greenfield began her real estate career in 1971 and quickly ranked among the top 3% of all real estate professionals nationally in her company. She spent a decade at Merrill Lynch Realty in the corporate headquarters as vice president of international marketing and sales for 480 real estate offices and 10,000 real estate agents across the U.S. In 1990, she began her own real estate company in Manhattan & Paris. She merged her own international company with Brown Harris Stevens in 1996.
Created in Paris, France in 1951, FIABCI is a worldwide business networking organization of real estate professionals and related professions including architects, developers, property and asset managers, lawyers and appraisers. FIABCI gathers members from more than 70 countries and organizations including the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Building Managers Association (BOMA), Appraisal Institute, Council of Residential Specialists (CRS), Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) and Leading Real Estate Companies of the World.