Charlotte, N.C. — The Retail Brokers Network (RBN), a national network of retail real estate brokers, has selected Debbie Currier as its new president.
Currier is the first woman to hold this position in the organization’s almost 25-year history. Currier will be replacing RBN’s outgoing president Chuck Lanyard, president of RBN’s member firm The Goldstein Group.
As president of RBN, Currier will be responsible for helping grow the organization’s brand, representing RBN at industry-related events, recruiting new RBN brokerage offices and facilitating education and networking between the 65 member firms.
“I’m delighted to be RBN’s new president, and I look forward to working with the executive team and member offices to contribute to the future success of this great organization,” says Currier. “It is also an honor to be the first woman president at a time when women are assuming more leadership roles in the commercial real estate industry.”
Currier is the owner and president of Currier Properties, a Charlotte-based retail real estate brokerage firm and member of RBN. Her corporate clients include Target, CarMax, Hancock Fabrics, rue21, GNC, FedEx Office, Pet People and Rainbow Fashions.
Founded in 1992, RBN operates in 48 states. The organization’s network of firms has completed more than 5,500 lease transactions totaling more than $4.4 billion in the past two years.