Kristin Lamb served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS® for 28 years. ACBR is the largest commercial REALTOR® association in the United States with approximately 2,500 members. The ACBR is considered the model for the nation for outstanding programs, events and member services, receiving national awards and recognition.
Lamb currently serves as the Vice President of Asset Management & Association Services, which manages eight real estate associations comprised of more than 13,000 members, including the Georgia Chapter of SIOR.
She serves as the Executive Vice President of the Atlanta Board Educational Foundation, which owns the Atlanta REALTORS® Center, the 40,000 square foot building headquarters of the Atlanta REALTORS® Association, Atlanta Commercial Board, the Georgia Institute of Real Estate and 53 office tenants.
Lamb has represented our organization with distinction, serving as the first ever appointed Commercial Executive to the Association Executive Committee of the National Association of REALTORS®; Chairman of the NAR Commercial Leadership Forum and the Chairman of the Association Executive Committee of the Georgia Association of REALTORS®. She has earned the highly credited REALTOR® Certified Executive (RCE) designation for expertise in association management by NAR and has been honored by Bisnow as one of the Most Powerful Women in Commercial Real Estate. She was recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle in the "Who's Who in Commercial Real Estate" for seventeen consecutive years and selected as one of the Most Admired CEOs in commercial real estate by the Atlanta Business Chronicle for 2016. Kristin has been honored with the President's Award on two separate occasions and has served as a Mentor for countless individuals entering the commercial real estate business.
Lamb is married to husband Michael and they have one young daughter, Virginia.