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Info Junkie: Cynthia Walsh

By Staff Reports, posted Apr 16, 2021

Cynthia Walsh

CEO, Brunswick County Association of Realtors

As the CEO of BCAR, Walsh oversees the organization, which provides tools, services and support for its members.
 
She uses technology to manage and organize her schedule.
 
“About four years ago I gave up my planner/calendar and moved completely online,” Walsh said. “I did it kicking and screaming, but it was the best thing I ever did. If I have my phone, I have my schedule – let’s face it, when do we not have our phones.”
 
For work, she regularly reads the Greater Wilmington Business Journal, Port City Daily, NC Political News, Coastal Review, 1440 Daily Digest, ASAE and more.
 
There are many industry-related blogs that she enjoys reaching including blogs by National Association of Realtors, NC Realtors and The Center for Association Leadership.
 
Favorite TV shows include The Handmaid’s Tale on Hulu. “I am anxiously waiting for new season of Handmaid’s Tale,” she said.
 
Walsh is currently reading a book written by a member: “Endurance Real Estate” by Peter Frandano.
 
Favorite apps include Canva for marketing, Spotify and SiriusXM for music, Fitbit for motivation and Strava and C210K for running motivation.
 
Walsh likes to use social media for anything dog/goat/animal related. “I probably watch one video from The Dodo daily, as well as cooking, recipes and gardening,” she said.
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