Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) October 13, 2013
A new instructor at Superior School of Real Estate brings a unique set of qualifications to the classroom. Pam Vesper comes to the school from the North Carolina Real Estate Commission, where she worked for several years as a prosecutor, auditor and investigator. Now she shares the knowledge she gained at the state’s real estate policy-making organization with the licensing and continuing education students at Superior School’s Raleigh campus.
“We consider enlisting Pam to be a real coup for Superior,” says Steve Connell, the school’s Chief Operating Officer. “Not only does she have a fascinating background at the NCREC, she’s also a well-respected instructor with an exciting, energetic teaching style. Students learn a lot from her war stories and insights, and get a very practical and strategic view of how to succeed in real estate.”
A graduate of Vanderbilt University and Tulane Law School, Vesper began her career by providing legal counsel to the government on issues of federal and state law, and handled complex litigation on behalf of the state of North Carolina.
After serving as a Special Projects Counsel in the Securities Division for the North Carolina Secretary of State, Vesper moved to the NCREC, where she spent more than 14 years as a legal expert and educator. In addition to investigating complex real estate fraud cases, Vesper was selected to teach N.C. General Statutes and administrative code to Brokers-in-Charge classes across the state. She was named Investigator of the Year by the Association of Real Estate License Law Organizations.
“Teaching has always been my passion,” Vesper says. “My time at NCREC gave me great material to share with my students, including the do’s and don’ts of real estate, and the areas that might get you into trouble if you don’t know the rules.” Logging more than 400 hours as an instructor for the Broker-in-Charge course, Vesper also made time to obtain her English as Second Language certificate from Duke University. She says the most meaningful aspect of teaching is hearing the success stories of former students.
“Brokers tell me they found the courage to go out there and build their businesses because they were inspired by what they learned in my courses,” she explains. “I’ve also heard from ESL students who came to this country with nothing, but are now in executive positions at successful companies. I love doing what I do because I want to make an impact in people’s lives, and I’m excited to continue to do that at Superior School. Everyone here shares my passion and cares deeply about the success of our students.”
Bill Gallagher, Superior’s owner, echoes Vesper’s enthusiasm. “Pam is an ideal addition to our roster of instructors because she understands our culture and our mission,” he says. “You can see how engaged students are in her classes – they’re hanging on to her every word. It’s clear from the moment you step into Pam’s classroom that you’re going to enjoy your time there, and you’re going to learn invaluable skills that will benefit you throughout your entire real estate career.”
About Superior School of Real Estate:
Superior School of Real Estate provides the tools, the resources and the connections essential to achieving success in the highly competitive real estate industry. Our programs are customized for students at every stage of their careers, whether earning their license, keeping up to date on the latest changes or learning how to give their existing business a boost. Beyond mandatory credits and credentials, we offer practical advice and proven strategies that have been instrumental in advancing the careers of thousands of licensees and Realtors® across North Carolina.
Everyone at Superior School shares a passion for helping clients attain – and often exceed – their goals.