2019 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner – Tom Kelly
Tom Kelly

Balanced Enviroments

May 11, 2021

For his dedication to the commercial real estate industry and his tireless interest in growing BOMA/Suburban Chicago, Tom Kelly, Vice President, Balanced Environments, Inc. was recently awarded the BOMA/Suburban Chicago’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award.

The Lifetime Achievement Award honors someone who has made a long-lasting contribution to BOMA, done exceptional work and is dedicated to encouraging other members of our association.

Tom Kelly has been involved in the Chicago area real estate market for over 20 years and is a consistent supporter of BOMA. He has served on various committees, including many years on the Trade Show Committee. He has been an integral part of the process to upgrade and refresh the yearly EXPO, making it better for exhibitors and guests alike.

Tom is dedicated to building relationships with others in the BOMA Suburban association, helping others succeed and bring more members together. Described as a very genuine individual who values people and relationships, he is someone to have in your corner! His company consistently provides financial support to BOMA programs and events, allowing more member involvement. Also described as a great mentor, he has the best interests of BOMA/Suburban Chicago in mind. Add to all this his wealth of industry knowledge, experience and his belief that BOMA/Suburban Chicago is the key to success!

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