People: Darrell Plummer reappointed to Nevada Real Estate Commission

Darrell Plummer

Darrell Plummer

Sierra Nevada Properties’ Darrell Plummer has been reappointed by Gov. Steve Sisolak to the Nevada Real Estate Commission for his second three-year term.
Plummer was first appointed in 2019 and was named chairman in June 2021.
A fourth-generation Nevadan, Plummer is a 1984 graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno, with a degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance and a minor in economics. With a background as a trust officer with First Interstate Bank of Nevada and as the director of economic development with Sierra Pacific Power, he joined Plummer & Associates in 1995 and took over as broker/owner in January 2001.
Plummer holds several real estate designations, including CRB, ePro and GRI. He was the dean of the leadership program for Nevada Realtors and a founding member of the board of trustees’ program. He is the past president of Delta Sigma Pi Business fraternity at the University of Nevada, Reno (1984), past president of the College of Business Alumni Association at the University of Nevada, Reno (1990-92), past chair of the dean’s advisory board at the University of Nevada, Reno (1998), and the recipient of the 1992 College of Business Outstanding Alumnus Award for his professional and community involvement.
He earned at UNR the professional achievement award in 2017. In 2021, Plummer was nominated in the most influential person category in the Northern Nevada Business Weekly’s “Best in Business.”
As a member of the Reno Sparks Chamber of Commerce who served on its public policy committee and acted as 2019 board chair, Plummer was recognized with the Distinguished Alumni Award from the leadership program in 1993.
He also served on the board of Junior Achievement of Northern Nevada, Northern Nevada Regional Multiple Listing Service, My Hometown Heroes, and is the past president of Western Industrial Nevada. He is currently serving on the board of JUSTin Hope Foundation.


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