Event recognizes outstanding young professionals
Allen Tate Realtor® Brooke Cashion with Brooke Cashion and Associates has been named to the Triad Business Journal 40 Under Forty Class of 2017.
Cashion, a Realtor in the Allen Tate Winston-Salem Cherry Street office, was presented with the award on February 16 at an event held at the Elliott University Center at UNC Greensboro. The annual event “honors 40 Triad-area superstars who are on the fast track within their business and community endeavors,” according to the Triad Business Journal.
Cashion, who has worked in residential real estate for 17 years, is a top producer for Allen Tate, having achieved the Chairman’s Circle distinction for 2016, with 93 closed transactions and a career closed sales volume of $118 million. She is also a recipient of the H. Allen Tate Award, recognizing the top 100 agents company-wide, based on closed units and closed volume, and the Barbara Tate Award, for extraordinary customer service.
An active community citizen, Cashion is president-elect of the Winston-Salem Association of Realtors and past chair of the RPAC/Political Affairs committee. She is a senior academy mentor with the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, a graduate of Leadership Kernersville, and a past recipient of the Triad Business Journal Women in Business Award.
Cashion holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication from North Carolina State University. She is a graduate of the Dan Mohr School of Real Estate.
She and her husband Jake have one daughter. They reside in Colfax.
“Brooke is an effective, accomplished Realtor and a dedicated community and industry volunteer. She’s a consummate relationship-builder in her career and her community,” said Tony Jarrett, Triad regional vice president, Allen Tate Company.