Challenges of Stinkin' Thinkin' is a fresh, new course designed to teach you how to understand fair housing and its impact on communities. Fair housing law establishes equal treatment for everyone as the standard. Social stigmas, personal biases and stereotypes can subconsciously affect the way we do business. The perception of biased treatment will lead to trouble. While sensitivity to diverse cultures leads to inclusion, which increases the quality of life for all in the community.
You'll learn how to discuss and define the 7 classes addressed by Fair Housing and Article 10 of the Code of Ethics. All students will be able to interpret and identify the differences between race, color and national origin as well as cultivate a deeper knowledge and understanding of the fair housing laws. Additionally, you will develop your ability to write non-discriminatory advertising.
**THIS CLASS WILL TAKE PLACE VIRTUALLY VIA ZOOM**
Sharon Miller is from Gainesville, Florida (Home of the Gators) and she’s a graduate of St. Leo University. She has been a REALTOR® since 1998. Sharon was a full-time soldier in the US Army retiring as an E-7 Sergeant First Class, where she was a logistician/supply SGT while on active duty. Sharon was past Chairman of Equal Opportunity/Cultural Diversity Committee, By Laws, Rules and Regulations Committee, Education Committee, Global Alliance, C/E Training, and the Savannah Board of REALTORS® Institute. Sharon was also the 2009 President of the Savannah Multi-List Corporation. Sharon is currently an agent with ERA Southeast Coastal Real Estate.
Sharon instructs a Pre-License Course, Brokers Pre-License, 25-hour Post-License and Continuing Education courses. Sharon received the “Rising Star” Award from the Georgia Real Estate Educators Association in 2007. She is a continuing member of the Distinguished Sales Society and has two children. In addition, Sharon’s designations and certifications include ABR, RLI, and At Home with Diversity. Sharon wants you to be educated in your business because no real estate commission is worth losing your license or going to jail for.