Watson of KZA selected as Realtor Associate of the Year by BMAR; At the organization’s 93rd Annual Banquet

July 18, 2017 - New York City
Shown (from left) are: Watson and Zamechansky.

Bronx, NY Gina Watson, associate broker at KZA Realty Group, has received the Realtor Associate of the Year Award from the Bronx-Manhattan Association of Realtors at the organization’s 93rd annual banquet.

“Since joining our firm in 2012, Gina has worked tirelessly to master the commercial real estate market and improve her knowledge and her skills,” said Kathy Zamechansky, president of KZA. “It is gratifying to see that others also recognize her talents.”

Since joining KZA as Zamechansky’s assistant, Watson became a licensed salesperson in 2013. She earned her broker license in 2016 and this year, she became an associate broker at KZA. So far, she has completed $10 million in commercial sales and leases across the Bronx, Harlem and Westchester County

Watson earned an associate degree at Westchester Community College in Visual Arts and has been accepted to study Business at Penn State University’s World Campus. 

She is also in the process of obtaining Graduate, Realtor Institute designation.

A resident of Morris Park in the Bronx for more than two decades, she recently relocated to Briarcliff Manor, New York. She is committed to community involvement and is a proud, regular supporter of the St. Jude Children’s Hospital and the ASPCA.

“Gina is a broker on the rise.  She joins a distinguished group of award winners this year,” said Eliezer Rodriguez, Chief Executive Officer of the Bronx-Manhattan North Association of Realtors. “She has worked tirelessly to make an impact in our industry. Gina’s future looks bright as she is a shinning star on the horizon.” 

Other major award recipients include President’s Award winner Sandra Erickson at Sandra Erickson Real Estate and Realtor of the Year Stephen Wolinetz at Wolinetz Management. New York City Council Member Ritchie Torres, the evening’s keynote speaker, received the Distinguished Service Award.



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