Norman Krayem

Norman Krayem of Ledyard was recently named both president of the Connecticut Association of Realtors and 2006 State Realtor of the Year.

Krayem received his real estate broker’s license in 1973 and opened his own office, Realty Estates Inc. in Groton, in 1993.

Krayem currently serves on CAR’s board of directors and its Executive Committee, Finance Committee and Legislative Political Affairs Committee. He is also a Region 4 director, director of the statewide multiple listing service and trustee for the Realtors Political Action Committee. In 2007, he will remain active by serving in a variety of roles.

In 2003, Krayem sat on CAR’s Issues Advocacy Committee. He served on the 2004 Legislative and Political Affairs Committee, of which he was vice chairman in 2002 and chairman in 2003.

Krayem sits on the National Association of Realtors’ board of directors and is a state representative on its Housing Needs Committee. He is also a member of the Eastern Connecticut Association of Realtors and served on that organization’s board of directors for a number of years.

Krayem graduated in 1962 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. He worked on the Polaris, Poseidon, and Trident submarine programs from 1962 to 1994. He earned his Professional Standards Certified Specialist designation in 1997.

A member of the Mystic Rotary Club, he has been married to his wife Maureen for 40 years and has three adult children.

WCR President Installed

The Women’s Council of Realtors has installed Judy Moses as the organization’s 2007 national president. Moses was installed at WCR’s recent Inaugural Banquet at the New Orleans Marriott in conjunction with the WCR/Realtors National Conference & Expo.

Moses, broker-owner of Pathway Home Realty Group in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, has been listing and selling real estate since 1986. A Women’s Council member since 1993, she was president of her Women’s Council local chapter in 1997, president of her state chapter in 1999 and governor in 2000. She has chaired the Leadership Development and the Membership/Business Value committees and has served on Women’s Council’s national Executive, Strategic Planning, Finance and Budget, Bylaws, and Products and Services committees.

She has acted as a trainer/facilitator for the Women’s Council’s Leadership Academy as well as its State Orientation Program. The Massachusetts chapter honored her by naming her its 2002 Member of the Year and the Greater Boston chapter named her Member of the Year in both 1998 and 2002.

In addition to her involvement with the Women’s Council, Moses is currently a director of the Massachusetts Association of Realtors. She is a graduate of Simmons College and has served as president of its Alumnae Club in Boston. Because she is passionate about mentoring other women and girls, she volunteers in after-school programs with the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston.

The Women’s Council of Realtors is an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors and is based in Chicago.