Elizabeth Meredith selected to join BOMA Greater Dallas Board of Directors

Younger Partners’ Senior Property Manager Elizabeth Meredith was selected to join The Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Dallas’ Board of Directors. BOMA is a professional organization representing the commercial real estate industry and related service providers by establishing the industry standard of excellence through advocacy, education and networking.

Elizabeth is a seasoned Senior Property Manager with 18 years of expertise in commercial property management, specializing in industrial, retail, office, and new construction properties. She started with BOMA Greater Dallas by joining the Gala Committee. She has served on the Gala Committee as a member and chair and the Networking Committee. She has been active in BOMA attending trade shows, educational seminars, monthly luncheons and various charity drives. In her new role, she will be the board liaison for the Networking Committee and will assist the chairman and co-chairman to ensure they are following the bylaws and reporting back to the board. Elizabeth will serve for three years starting March 2024.

“Elizabeth is an indispensable member of our property management team, tackling day-to-day challenges with tenacity and ingenuity,” said Greg Grainger, Younger Partners Property Services (YPPS) principal. “Clients and tenants alike trust Elizabeth for her reliable and professional approach, which has cemented lasting partnerships. Her ability to cultivate strong relationships and drive success in even the most demanding environments makes her an invaluable asset to our team.”

Elizabeth’s illustrious career includes notable tenures at several well-respected commercial real estate firms, where she consistently delivered outstanding results. As a licensed Real Estate Agent, she brings an understanding of the industry’s intricacies, and handling diverse property portfolios has equipped her with the adaptability required to excel in the real estate market.

“It is an honor to receive this invitation to join the boards of directors,” Elizabeth said. “I feel like this is a significant achievement for me considering the amazing real estate professionals vying for this role.”

With over 700 members, BOMA Greater Dallas is one of the biggest and most successful local associations in the BOMA International Network. YPPS is a dedicated member of the property industry through its BOMA service. Greg was elected to serve on BOMA International’s Executive Committee and was selected as a BOMA Fellow, a group of selected individuals who have displayed exemplary and sustained contributions to commercial real estate and have continually answered the call to leadership and service throughout their careers. An active BOMA member at every level, Greg was president of BOMA/Greater Dallas in 2009 and chair of the BOMA Southwest Region in 2012. He has also served as a chairman on the board of trustees for BOMI International, where his efforts helped facilitate the new BOMA/BOMI joint education initiative and the launch of the Certified Manager of Commercial Properties (CMCP) certification.