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There are four available seats in this year’s Greater Lehigh Valley REALTORS® Board of Directors election. Three individuals will be elected to 3-year terms. The fourth individual will be elected to a 1-year term, completing the term of a resigned Director.

Electronic voting will begin at 8:30 a.m. on October 7 and will end at 9:15 a.m. on October 22.

When you submit a completed ballot, you will be entered to win free MLS fees for one year or one of four gift cards to Lehigh Valley-area eateries.


What are the important dates to know?

  • September 25: Informational ballot that includes information about the slate of candidates will be e-mailed to all GLVR members.
  • October 5: Deadline for members who are not on the slate to submit a petition with 5% (131 members) of membership signatures to get onto the ballot.
  • October 7: Final ballot with final slate of candidates e-mailed to all GLVR members and online voting begins.
  • October 22: Online voting closes and results are announced at the virtual General Membership Meeting.

Your Candidates

Lori Campbell, Coldwell Banker Heritage Real Estate

Many of you may know me as I have been around for quite a while. I received my real estate license in August of 1986 and immediately fell in love with the real estate business.

I obtained my Associate Broker’s license and Broker Appraiser license just a few short years later. I am also licensed as a salesperson in New Jersey.

My volunteer service to the industry includes serving on committees, as well as the MLS Board for the Eastern Northampton County Association of REALTORS® (ENCAR), and continuing on several committees with the Lehigh Valley Association of REALTORS® (now the Greater Lehigh Valley REALTORS®), including Government Affairs, RPAC, Professional Standards, Special Events and MLS.

In addition, I have volunteered as a Meals on Wheels driver for Upper Bucks County for the last 10 years (the local program was recently discontinued) and currently host/coordinate five blood drives per year for the American Red Cross. I am an active member of St. John UCC in Riegelsville (presently serving on Consistory).

I will be married 35 years this October to my wonderful husband, Keith, who has allowed me to succeed with his unwavering support. He was my business partner in a PODS franchise venture that we successfully built and owned from 2006 to 2016.

We have two grown children. Patrick is a freelance real estate photographer and works as an asset manager for a high-end auto retailer. Patrick and his partner, Angie, have blessed us with a sweet grandson who is 8 years old. Our daughter Meredith graduated in 2018 from Bloomsburg University with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and has joined me in the real estate profession. She is also a varsity cheering coach for Freedom High School. We are so proud of them both.

When approached many years ago to serve on the Board, I said, “Maybe when my children get older and are no longer active in school, scouting, and sports functions.” Well, time has flown by and there are many changes occurring in the real estate industry. I figured it might be time for me to toss in my name, as I feel my experiences in real estate, as a business owner and as a landlord could be beneficial to our Association and my fellow REALTORS®.

While I enjoy my career, I also enjoy cooking, dining out and spending time at the lake and the beach, as well as spending fun times with good friends and my family.

Thank you for considering me as an incoming member of the Board of Directors.

Casey Foreman, Century 21 Pinnacle

Casey Foreman offers many years of combined sales experience, leadership, training, development and a long list of outstanding quality service and excellence awards throughout the years of his career.

Casey currently resides and serves as a licensed residential and commercial Realtor® in the Lehigh Valley. He is very active with the Greater Lehigh Valley REALTORS® and in many of our surrounding communities. To date, Casey has served as Chairman of the Diversity and Community Involvement Committee and Vice Chairman of the Grievance Committee, Vice President of the Nazareth Economic Development Council, Nazareth Basketball Coach, and Vice President of a Nazareth Booster Club. All of this involvement has provided Casey’s clients with an extensive and diverse marketing network.

Casey has completed all of the required hours needed to become a licensed broker in 2020.

What truly sets Casey apart is the passion, focus and strength that lies within his honest and humble leadership techniques and people skills, coupled with his knowledge of real estate.

Chuck Haley, Coldwell Banker Heritage

Chuck Haley is a real estate specialist at Coldwell Banker Heritage. With over 45 years of real estate experience, Chuck is a real estate Associate Broker, resale specialist, land and subdivision specialist and new home counselor. His main focus is to provide specialized services for home buyers and sellers, builders, developers and land/lot owners, including resale homes, luxury homes, new homes, land, commercial / industrial services, and residential relocation. Chuck plans to continue the development of his real estate business by expanding upon its already successful business model.

Chuck has also been an active member of the Greater Lehigh Valley REALTORS® Board of Directors since 2018, completing his first term this December. He has not missed a single meeting since taking oath. Prior association responsibilities included the Government Affairs Committee and several New Member Orientation classes. Chuck was a member of the Ambler Borough Planning Commission for 10 years and served as chairman for 8 years.

Cliff Lewis, Coldwell Banker Hearthside

As the Team leader of Cliff Lewis Experience, I have focused my business on helping my agents become better REALTORS®.

Living in the Lehigh Valley for most of my life, I was first licensed in 2006. In 2016, I started my own team. My positive attitude and strong work ethic help put my clients at ease as I guide them through the sales process, but what I really enjoy is helping my agents work through the daily obstacles they need to overcome in the real estate industry.

I am passionate about education and have already served on the MLS Committee for the Greater Lehigh Valley REALTORS®. I look forward to continuing to serve the members within our organization.

Tim Mahon, Century 21 Keim

Tim Mahon has been in the real estate industry since 1987. He became a real estate broker in 1999 and has served as managing broker of Century 21 Keim since 2005.

Tim is a past member of the Greater Lehigh Valley REALTORS® Board of Directors, having previously served for two terms from 2013 to 2018. During that time, he was directly involved in the merger of the Lehigh Valley Association of REALTORS® and the Carbon County Association of REALTORS®. Prior to serving on the Board of Directors, Tim served on the Professional Standards Committee for five years.

For the past three years Tim has served on the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors® Board of Directors. His time on the state Board of Directors has allowed him to discuss important issues in government and how they affect personal property rights and the real estate industry.

Tim asks for your vote so he can continue to serve our membership. Here are a few words from his past clients:

“Tim was very knowledgeable and responsive. Very helpful negotiating through some rough seas. Glad he got it done.”

– Craig and Carol Hughes

“Tim was great and very helpful.”

– Candice Magluilo

Mark Molchany, RE/MAX Unlimited Real Estate

Mark Molchany has resided in the Lehigh Valley his entire life and graduated from Whitehall High School in 1984. He continued his education at Bloomsburg University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing / Management in 1988.

Mark has been a top producing licensed real estate agent since 1999 and has held a real estate brokers license since 2006. In 2006 he opened his own real estate firm, Power Realty, located in Whitehall Township.

In 2013, Power Realty teamed up with RE/MAX Unlimited Real Estate and Mark formed The Mark Molchany Group.

Mark served on the Board of Directors for the Lehigh Valley Association of REALTORS® for seven years. He served as president in 2008. During this time, he also served as a Director for the Pennsylvania Association of REALTORS®. He currently sits on the Government Affairs Committee and the RPAC Committee for the Greater Lehigh Valley REALTORS®.

Mark, his wife and daughter have resided in Upper Macungie Township for the past 29 years.

Alexa Sanchez, Bario Real Estate

Having begun my professional career in the corporate world, I have a developed a unique set of abilities to make informed decisions efficiently and to take action when needed. Transitioning into my real estate career, I immediately became involved in our association and learned the value of RPAC in our industry. Within a year, I joined the ranks of Major Investors.

As a Golden “R” Presidents Circle member, I understand the need to advance the REALTOR® brand and to promote, protect and educate our members and community on homeownership and private property rights, all the while helping advance our market area and keep our members on the forefront of education and emerging technology.

Over the last few years I have been very involved with the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors® (PAR) and have met with several legislators and representatives throughout the years regarding the on-going issues affecting our local housing market and property rights. My service at PAR also includes chairing the YPN Committee in 2019, serving as vice chair for the RPAC Fundraising Committee in 2020, and accepting the position of chair for the RPAC Fundraising Committee come 2021. My dedication to our profession does not end at our local and state association. I am currently appointed to the Housing Opportunity Committee for the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). The purpose of this committee is to develop opportunity in housing and diversity within the real estate industry. I have also served on NAR’s Diversity Committee for several years.

Aside from my professional life, I have been involved with our local and state Special Olympics program as a manager and also had the pleasure to serve as a coach, parent and friend for persons with special needs. This experience has helped develop my abilities and sharpen my skills to advocate for others in the special needs community. I learned to apply these skills in my own business. I advocate for my clients on a daily basis and would turnkey these skills to put them to use for our members.

I strive to be a good example to others by stepping up and taking action. My engagement within the REALTOR® community is not only extensive, but highly rewarding. I feel as though this not only qualifies me to serve as a Director, but also ensures my best interest for it and the people I will be leading. I pride myself in personal development, extensive education, and volunteering in my community. This in turn keeps me informed, relevant and professional.