Veto appointed new executive vice president of the Williamson County Association of Realtors
The Williamson County Association of Realtors® Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hire of Marti Veto as its new Executive Vice President. Veto is a proud resident of Williamson County and very active in the community. The announcement comes after a three-month nationwide search to find a business leader who could quickly address the Association’s opportunities and challenges. Veto will begin work with WCAR Oct. 9.
“Veto embodies the leadership and visionary qualities we hoped to find in a new Executive Vice President,” said WCAR President Matt Ligon. “We feel that she brings sound leadership experience and unique insight to the local economy, making her an excellent representative of WCAR.”
Under Veto’s leadership, the Williamson County Association of Realtors® will continue to focus on serving its 1,700 members through education and training, advocating for homeownership and protecting private property rights. The Association’s immediate goals include continuing to grow membership, increasing the Association’s presence in the community, and growing the positive development and economic impact of real estate throughout Middle Tennessee.
“I am very optimistic about the future with the Williamson County Association of Realtors,” Veto said. “The real estate sector here is remarkable. We are most fortunate to have both great properties and great agents. I look forward to building many new professional relationships.”
A native of Somerset, Ky., Veto came to Franklin from San Francisco, where she worked in the biotech industry. In 2009, she was recruited to lead the Cool Springs Chamber of Commerce, leading the organization until they joined the newly unified Williamson County Chamber of Commerce. Most recently, she founded Marti Veto Strategic Communications, a marketing consulting firm.
Posted on: 10/9/2013