NEW YORK CITY—BOMA/NY’s new president has outlined an ambitious strategy for the new year, with priorities including recruitment of new members as well as greater engagement of existing ones. Through “investing in our people, technology and program excellence, we will be bringing value back home to the buildings, owners, all members and this great city overall,” BOMA/NY president Jim Kleeman said as he took the reins last week.

Kleeman and the new slate of BOMA/NY officers will focus on relaunching and revitalizing the BOMA/NY Long-Range Strategic Plan, via a working committee already in planning. Another initiative already in progress is developing new talent on committees and tasks forces; the BOMA/NY leadership is also giving special focus to recruiting Millennials and the next generation of leadership.

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