Welcome to Alaska RRC


President’s Letter / Welcome


Welcome to Alaska RRC! We love where we live and we are dedicated to enhancing the professionalism of REALTORS® in Alaska.

Whether you're a seasoned RRC Member, are working toward your CRS designation, or you're a REALTOR® and want to learn more about RRC and the CRS designation, you'll find an abundance of information and resources from our website to help you excel in your real estate career.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about Alaska RRC, the benefits of the RRC Membership, and how to obtain the CRS Designation. Make sure to return to this page often to learn about our upcoming networking and educational events.

Please feel free to reach out to any one of our leaders below if you ever need anything or have any questions!


If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, don’t hesitate to contact any of the State Leaders below or email community@crs.com.

Emma Shibe

Emma Shibe, CRS

Anchorage, Alaska

Get Involved

Please know that whether it is 15 minutes a week, an hour once a month or an event once a year, volunteers are the backbone of RRC. Volunteering also connects you to other members and expands your referral network.


Contact Alaska RRC Leaders with your questions, a description of your expertise or interest and how much time you have to give. We would love to have you join us!

Referral Network

Find a crs

State Leadership & Network Groups

Communications Leader

Communications Leader

Leslie Carter, CRS

Anchorage, Alaska

Education Leader

Education Leader

William Worthy, CRS

Anchorage, Alaska

Finance Leader

Finance Leader

Anita Raubeson, CRS

Wasilla, Alaska

Membership Leader

Membership Leader

Michelle Webb, CRS

Anchorage, Alaska

Regional Vice President

Regional Vice President

Linda Ellen Anderson, CRS

Cameron Park, California

President

President

Emma Shibe, CRS

Anchorage, Alaska

Vice President

Vice President

Hunter Burton, CRS

Anchorage, Alaska

State Leadership Open Positions

To increase the value of your membership, get involved with your Local and State RRC Network. If you are interested in one of these open positions, please email community@crs.com.

Purpose: The Network Director serves as the point of contact for the State Leadership Team in a local market. They work with other members to organize networking events or educational offerings. 
 
Time Commitment: 10 to 15 hours per quarter
 
Term: 1 year
 

Getting involved with RRC is easy!

The Council offers both local and national volunteer opportunities to members.

Alaska RRC Sponsorship

Contact Alaska RRC for more information on advertising and sponsorship opportunities.

Sponsors