People: Tomi Jo Lynch achieves SIOR industrial designation

Tomi Jo Lynch

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Tomi Jo Lynch, SIOR, CCIM, managing director of SVN | Gold Dust Commercial Associates in Reno, has achieved the SIOR industrial designation awarded by the Washington, D.C.-based Society of Industrial and Office Realtors.

Lynch, who previously earned the CCIM designation, has closed over $116 million in transaction volume since beginning at SVN in 2013, according to a July 6 press release.

"Tomi Jo is a prime example of an exemplary commercial real estate professional,” Thomas Y. Johnson, co-managing director and corporate broker for SVN, said in a statement. β€œTo achieve both the CCIM designation and the prestigious SIOR designation truly sets her apart. These designations signify an ongoing commitment to practicing her craft at a high standard every day.”

After earning a Bachelor of Science in marketing from the University of Colorado, Boulder, Lynch worked for several other brokerages, including CBRE, prior to joining SVN.

In addition, Lynch served on the NAIOP Board of Directors for three years where she played a role in sponsorship, programs and overall recruitment. Lynch currently serves as President Elect of both CREW Northern Nevada and CCIM of Northern Nevada.

Over the years, more than 3,200 commercial real estate professionals have earned the coveted SIOR designation. To achieve hers, Lynch, completed at least five years of creditable experience in the highly specialized field of industrial real estate; met stringent education requirements; and demonstrated professional ability, competency, ethical conduct, and personal integrity.

Individuals who hold the SIOR designation are top producers in the commercial real estate field and are represented in more than 685 cities in 36 countries around the world. SIOR enforces a strict code of ethics and require designees to complete its ethics course within their first three years of membership.


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