Lori Burger, CPM, PCAM, CCAM, CAM, is the 2015 President of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), the 79th president since IREM’s founding in 1933. She is also a Senior Vice President and Director of Eugene Burger Management Corporation (EBMC), AMO, headquartered in Rohnert Park, CA, whose portfolio consists of more than 6,500 residential units, 20,000 association homes, and 2 million square feet of commercial retail, office and industrial space.
Burger has managed the full spectrum of residential and commercial property types, and is responsible for assisting in the day-to-day operations of EBMC, a family owned and operated company with 400 employees located in California, Nevada, and other western states. She has led the way in managing “full envelope” reconstruction projects of aging community association communities, orchestrating multi-million dollar renovation projects. As well, she has written and has spoken on a wide range of real estate management and related topics.
Burger earned her CPM designation from IREM in 1984, and has long been active in the organization at the local and national levels. She is a past president of IREM chapters in Northern Nevada/Tahoe and San Francisco and was honored as the chapters’ “CPM of the Year” in 1988 and 1996. She received the Franklyn D. Lyons Award for Outstanding Career Service in 2001 and was inducted into the IREM Academy of Authors in 2008.
Burger has served IREM as a senior vice president, regional vice president and chair of national committees. Along with her CPM designation, she has earned credentials from other professional real estate organizations at the state and national levels and holds a Nevada Real Estate License and Property Management Permit.
In addition to Burger's IREM involvement, she serves as a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) Global Business and Alliances Committee and the Resort and Second Home Real Estate Committee.