Erin Hall, BOMA-Atlanta Director of Communications and Advocacy, was chosen by BOMA-Atlanta President Michelle Dixon as the 2010 Pen and Quill Award recipient. Erin’s background in journalism, combined with her years of experience in association communications positioned her to make lasting contributions toward elevating the look, feel, and voice of BOMA-Atlanta’s magazine, Insight: The Commercial Real Estate Journal.
Michelle said, “Erin’s ability for capturing a person’s thoughts and voice and transferring that to paper is very impressive. Furthermore, her positive attitude when communicating with members, her diplomacy in being the Editorial Board’s staff liaison, and her eye for detail when editing feature stories and managing magazine artwork has substantially increased the quality and stature of our magazine.”
Gabriel Eckert, BOMA-Atlanta’s Executive Director said, “Erin quickly established herself as integral to the success of BOMA’s communications, marketing, membership, and government affairs programs.”