Chase International’s Kili Ongoy named South Lake Tahoe Association of Realtors ‘Rookie of the Year’ |

Chase International’s Kili Ongoy named South Lake Tahoe Association of Realtors ‘Rookie of the Year’

Special to the Tribune
Kili Ongoy

Chase International’s Kili Ongoy was recently named “rookie of the year” by the South Tahoe Association of Realtors.

Ongoy has been with Chase since August 2017. She serves on the association’s planning commission and was inducted as vice president.

Ongoy was recognized in part for her work within the community. As the co-chair of Chase’s community involvement committee Ongoy supported company outreach efforts, including helping provide dozens of Christmas gifts for children.

Ongoy previously acted as development manager for the Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe and is actively involved with the Sierra Nevada Alliance, which works to protect and restore Sierra lands, water, wildlife and communities.

“I think my involvement with nonprofits and the community as a whole was one of the integral factors in being recognized,” she said. “It was a nice surprise. It’s not something you do to get awarded.”

Chase International Realtor Doug Clymer also was inducted as the 2019 South Tahoe Association of Realtors treasurer and secretary. He also serves as the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) chairperson, guiding the board in negotiations for the betterment of the region’s MLS.

Both honorees, Ongoy and Clymer, work out of Chase International’s South Lake Tahoe office.

This article was provided by Chase International.

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