Governor Rick Perry has made four appointments to the Texas Real Estate Commission: Broker member Avis Wukasch, currently serving as a broker member of the commission with a term to expire January 31, 2013, was appointed to serve as the Chair. Governor Perry also newly appointed broker member Bill L. Jones and public member Weston Martinez, and reappointed broker member Troy Alley, all three with terms to expire January 31, 2017.
Avis Wukasch is a real estate broker and team leader with Keller Williams Realty in Round Rock. She earned a B.S. in political science from the University of Texas at Austin in 1975 and became a Texas real estate licensee in 1978. Ms. Wukasch served as a broker member of the Texas Real Estate Commission Broker Lawyer Committee (serving as co-chair in 2004 and 2005). Ms. Wukasch is certified to teach mandatory continuing education for Texas real estate licensees and pre-licensure classes on agency, marketing, law and contracts. She also served as the 2007 Chairman of the Board for the Texas Association of Realtors.
Bill L. Jones of Belton is a Century 21 broker/owner since 1976. Mr. Jones served as the 2010 Chairman of the Board for the Texas Association of Realtors. Jones is currently serving as a federal political coordinator for the National Association of Realtors and is a member of the Realtor Commercial Alliance and the Institute of Real Estate Managers. He is a founder and member of Friends Feeding Friends Food Drive benefitting the Capitol Area Food Bank and Belton/Temple Habitat for Humanity. Mr. Jones attended the University of North Texas.
Troy C. Alley, Jr. is the Executive Vice President of Con-Real, Inc., where he is responsible for brokerage, leasing, and other real estate services. He is a member of the Appraisal Institute, the Dallas Board of Realtors and the Texas Association of Realtors, and a guest lecturer at University of Texas at Arlington’s real estate program. Mr. Alley received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas, a master’s degree from Southern Methodist University and completed advanced work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in real estate development.
Weston Martinez has over 15 years of corporate business experience with AT&T and is also the President of Alamo Grass & Landscaping Services, LLC. Mr. Martinez formerly served as Vice-Chair for the Alamo Community Colleges Citizens Bond Oversight Committee. He is a member of the San Antonio Rotary Club, volunteer for the San Antonio Children’s Shelter and the AT&T Telephone Pioneers. Mr. Martinez is a Texas Certified Mediator who has a Bachelor’s Degree from Wayland Baptist University.
TREC Commissioners play a key role in protecting consumers of real estate related services in Texas. The agency welcomes the contributions of these new and reappointed volunteer members.
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