Updated: 3 days ago
SPECIAL EVENT FOR WVMLS MEMBERS ONLY!
Date: Wednesday | November 3rd | 2 - 4 PM
Place: Broadcasting via Zoom
CE Credit: 2 Hrs
The Summit's goal is to help you reduce your exposure to cyber and safety incidents that occur in our industry, so that every WVMLS Member comes home safely. We want you "armed" with the knowledge to need to help you maneuver the challenges of our digital world.
We've assembled both nationally and locally recognized safety and security experts! Here's what you can look forward to:
Time: 2 - 3 PM
Guest Speaker: Tracey Hawkins with Safety and Security Source
Real Estate safe work practices
Safely screen and show clients safe open houses, virtually and in-person
How to prospect and convert FSBOs and sellers using safety
Utilize social media safely
Use smartphones as a safety weapon
Cybersafety and security practices for scams, frauds, ID theft, prevention protection, and mitigation
Online resources for checking criminal records, background information for buyers and sellers
Broker/Owner/Manager office safety policy program
How to not get sued
Tracey Hawkins a.k.a. "Tracey, the Safety Lady" is a former real estate agent and has been teaching agent safety for many years. In 1995 Hawkins founded Safety and Security Source in Kansas City, Missouri, and presents on topics including personal, home, auto, and real estate safety. She conducts training on these topics and more during webinars, expos, and live seminars around the United States. Hawkins was recently chosen as one of Kansas City's Most Influential Women.
Time: 3 - 4 PM
Panel Discussion where WVMLS Members will hear and interact on:
"Lessons Learned," real-life stories about agents who have been victims of cybercrimes, discuss the stories, and learn expert solutions
Trends in real estate fraud and scams
Ways to mitigate and protect yourself
What can ODOJ do to help impacted agents and their clients
Supra's Agent Alert and other Supra security features
Homesnap's Safety Timer for Agents
Share your experiences, ask questions, and more!
Summit's Distinguished Panel of Speakers:
Ellen Klem, Director of Consumer Outreach & Education, Oregon Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General
Ellen is the director of consumer outreach and education for the Office of the Attorney General. Her mission is to prevent financial harm to Oregonians, especially older adults, Oregonians whose first language is not English, and students with large education-related debts. Previously, Ellen worked at the American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging in Washington, D.C., where she was responsible for research, policy development, advocacy, education and training. Ellen received her bachelor's degree from James Madison College at Michigan State University and a J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
Natasha Lang, Principal Broker / Owner of Natasha Lang Real Estate, LLC / Safety Expert
Natasha is a licensed broker in the State of Oregon with almost 20 years of experience in the real estate industry. Natasha will be sharing her experiences and helpful tips to help minimize the chances of you becoming a victim of crime.
Kevin Schultz, Retired Sheriffs Commander
Kevin is a retired Sheriffs Commander of 30 years with the Marion County Sheriffs Office. Kevin experience/history with street gangs, prison gangs, investigations, criminology, jail operations, crime prevention, and public safety administration.
Tina Gibbs, Curriculum Developer/Trainer, Supra Training
Tina has been with Supra for 3 years. She formerly worked with the phone company for 20 years. She loves her family and friends. Her favorite thing to do is take road trips with her dog Thor. And she is a huge football fanatic – don't bother her Monday nights, Thursday nights, or all-day Sunday – it truly is all about football! Go HAWKS!