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BOMA Orange County Names New President

Carrie Rossenfeld Professional Services

The Building Owners and Managers Association of Orange County (BOMA) has named Angela Gomez-Mettler its 2019 president, according to a release from a representative of BOMA Orange County.

The organization is a professional trade association comprising commercial real estate professionals and service partners. With about 400 members, the Orange County chapter is one of the largest in the United States, the release says. BOMA offers a variety of programs designed to enhance and advance the careers of its members.

Angela Gomez-Mettler | Courtesy a representative of BOMA Orange County

With nearly 20 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, Gomez-Mettler serves as a VP and senior property manager with Kidder Mathews, responsible for leading the firm’s property management business in Orange County and Greater Los Angeles, the statement says. Before joining Kidder Mathews, she was with The REMM Group in the Greater Los Angeles area, where she managed a 60-building portfolio. Before that, she was with CIM Group in Los Angeles, where she oversaw a mixed-use portfolio consisting of 25 projects including 1,700 apartment units and 1 million square feet of commercial and development sites.

In her role as BOMA Orange County president, Gomez-Mettler will oversee the board of directors including committee chairs and their numerous events, charitable drives, industry luncheons, and advocacy efforts, according to the statement.

Gomez-Mettler is quoted as saying, “I am honored to be part of this organization and to serve as BOMA Orange County chapter president. I look forward to working with the board of directors in the coming year and to work toward bolstering the partnership with local institutions of higher learning via a mentorship program, developing additional revenue streams, and increasing community involvement and contributions.”