Maureen B. Passerini
Maureen B. Passerini is Executive Vice President of the Eastern Seaboard and Northeast Regions of NRT LLC. She oversees the company's 8 Coldwell Banker branded operations in Connecticut, Westchester, N.Y., Long Island, New England, New Jersey/Rockland County, N.Y, Pittsburgh, Central Pennsylvania and Greater Philadelphia. In this role, she oversees two regional support centers and is responsible for the strategic initiatives of more than 200 offices and more than 12,000 affiliates sales associates.
Named in the 2014/15 Swanepoel Power200 list of the Most Powerful People in Real Estate, Passerini is recognized as one of the most significant leaders in residential real estate brokerage. She was additionally recognized as Real Estate Executive Magazine’s 100 Most Influential Real Estate Executives in 2014 and 2015 for her contributions to the industry.
Passerini began her real estate career more than 30 years ago as a sales associate in Mountain Lakes, N.J., for Schlott Realtors. During her tenure with the company, she held various leadership positions both prior to and after the company's acquisition by NRT. In 1994 she was promoted to Senior Vice President and General Sales Manager, and in 1998, Passerini was named President and Chief Operating Officer of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New Jersey/Rockland County, N.Y. During her tenure as President, Coldwell Banker New Jersey consistently led NRT in production and profit. The company was also awarded the coveted Cartus Cup, the top award of the Cartus Global Broker Network in recognition of outstanding performance on behalf of the clients of the world's largest corporate relocation management company. In 2004, Passerini was promoted to Senior Vice President of NRT.
Passerini is a former director of the Garden State Multiple Listing Service, the largest in New Jersey, with over 13,000 members and more than 70,000 listings, and has served on the Advisory Board of the Cartus Broker Network. She has been involved with such charities as Gilda's House, Morris County Family Services and the Kaleidoscope of Hope Foundation. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Maryville University in St. Louis, Missouri.