Meet the 2024 Leadership Team. (Effective December 1, 2023)

Portrait of Tom Campbell

Tom Campbell

ABR, GRI, MRP, ePro, SFR, AHWD, C2EX Endorsed


Local Association: Greater Piedmont REALTORS®


Tom graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1977. After resigning his commission, Tom worked for Northrup-Grumman as a budget analyst until 2003 when he left Northrup-Grumman to concentrate solely on his real estate business.

Tom has been a licensed REALTOR® since 1997. In 2007 he formed the business entity Campbell Team LLC. For 18 years Tom was associated with Long & Foster REALTORS®. In 2015, he was recruited to join Fathom Realty as District Director (Managing Broker) in the Northwestern counties of Virginia.  Tom’s tagline is “Real Estate is Our Career, Helping People Our Passion.” He left the managing aspect of the real estate industry in 2019 to devote more time to helping clients buy and sell homes and volunteering at Greater Piedmont REALTORS® (GPR), Virginia REALTORS®, and NAR.

Tom served as President of the Greater Piedmont REALTORS® in 2014 having been their President-Elect in 2013. He has served in numerous capacities at his location association, including being a state delegate from 2012-2015 and a member of several committees.

At Virginia REALTORS®, Tom has served on the Board of Directors since 2018 and was Treasurer from 2019 through 2021. He then became Vice President in 2022. He served on the Public Policy Committee for six years and held the position of Chair in 2017. For 6 years Tom was a member of the RPAC Disbursement Trustees.  He is a certified Ethics instructor, a graduate of the VLA Class of 2011, and has been a member of the Virginia REALTORS® Honor Society every year since 2011.

At the national level (NAR), Tom is a 2-time appointee to the Public Policy Coordinating Committee.  He currently sits on the Professional Standards Committee, a position he will hold through 2024.

Outside of the real estate community, Tom served three years on the Board of Directors of the Fauquier County Chamber of Commerce, two years as Vice Chair of Legislative Affairs, and also served the Greater Warrenton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors as Secretary. Tom was President of the Rotary Club of Warrenton for the 2011-2012 fiscal year. He had the pleasure of being Chair of the regional Salvation Army Advisory Board.

Tom lives in Marshall, Virginia with his wife Shelley, their son Sean, two dogs, Misty and Cinnamon and two cats, Manny and Eva.

Portrait of Katrina M. Smith

Katrina M. Smith


Immediate Past President

Local Association: Blue Ridge Association of REALTORS®


Katrina has been a full-time REALTOR® in the Winchester/Frederick County area since April 2005. From her start with Long and Foster, she earned multiple awards from 2005–2012 including Executive Club and Presidents Club, in addition to being a seven-time Outstanding Service Award recipient. Now as Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Synergy, not only does she help clients buy and sell real estate, she also mentors other REALTOR® professionals in her community. She is licensed in Virginia and West Virginia, specializing in the Northern Shenandoah Valley and the eastern panhandle of West Virginia.

A proud member of the Blue Ridge Association of REALTORS® (BRAR), Katrina has served on many committees over the years, having repeatedly chaired the Education Committee, Legislative Committee, and Community Service Committee. After being a member of the BRAR Board of Directors from 2008–2010, she went on to serve as its President in 2013. Katrina is the recipient of numerous Blue Ridge Association of REALTORS® awards including 2013 REALTOR® of the Year, 2015 REALTOR® Code of Ethics, and is a multiple recipient of the BRAR President’s Award and Director’s Award.

At the state level, Katrina most recently served on the Leadership Team as the as the 2021 Vice President after serving on the Board of Directors from 2019–2020. She has chaired both the Professional Development Committee and the Public Policy Committee. In addition, she is a graduate of the 2011 Virginia Leadership Academy. Katrina also serves Virginia REALTORS® as a member of the RPAC Fundraising Trustees and the RPAC Disbursement Trustees. She was honored by her peers to be the recipient of the 2019 REALTOR® of the Year.

Katrina is also involved at the national level, having served since 2016 on several NAR RPAC committees including the RPAC Participation Council and the RPAC Trustees Fundraising Committee, which she will continue to serve on through 2022.

Katrina lives in Winchester with her husband, Greg, and are proud parents of one daughter, Dominique. She enjoys spending time with her family and her fur babies.

Portrait of Lorraine Arora

Lorraine Arora



Local Association: Dulles Area Association of REALTORS®


Lorraine has been a REALTOR® for over three decades. She came to the United States in the early 1980s to fulfill her American Dream! The eldest of five children, her parents encouraged her to pursue whatever she set her mind to accomplishing, regardless of gender.

When she saw what her parents went through when purchasing a home in Northern Virginia, she decided to get her real estate license, knowing that she and her siblings would one day also purchase homes. There was no looking back.

A member of the Dulles Association of REALTORS® (DAAR) and the Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS® (NVAR), Lorraine has served on many local committees over the years. Having been involved in leadership positions with NVAR since 2011, she served as the 2018 NVAR President after being their 2017 Vice President and 2016 Treasurer. She served as a NVAR RPAC Trustee, for two terms. Lorraine also sat on the DAAR Budget & Finance Committee, the Education Committee, and she chaired the 2021 DAAR D3! Annual Convention Committee.

At the state level, Lorraine was most recently a director on the Board of Directors from 2019 until 2021 and has been a Virginia REALTORS® since 2016. She has moved into Leadership roles for Virginia REALTORS®, starting with State Treasurer, Vice President, and is now the 2024 President-Elect.

Lorraine is also involved at the national level, having served on numerous committees since 2016. She was the 2019 Vice Chair and then 2020 Chair of the CIPS Advisory Board and currently serves as the Chair of Global Business and Alliances Committee for four years where she will continue to serve through 2024. In addition, Lorraine has been elected every year since 2016 to the NAR Board of Directors and will continue to have a seat on the NAR board through 2023. She was appointed by the NAR President to a work group to create the REALTOR® Relief  Foundation for Global  Assistance.

Lorraine and her husband live in Northern Virginia where she is very active in her community volunteering at her church, served as a director of The Brain Foundation, president of her homeowners’ association, and  served as co-chair of the Fairfax County Fair Housing Task Force.

An avid soccer fan, she coached her two sons when they were young. In her spare time, Lorraine still enjoys being “mum” to her now-grown boys, reading, gardening, cooking, and walking her Cairn Terrier, Enzo.

“To those whom much is given, much is expected in return,” is how she leads her life.

Portrait of Curt Reichstetter

Curt Reichstetter

Vice President

Local Association: Richmond Association of REALTORS®


Curt Reichstetter is an Associate Broker with Two Dog Realty Group in Richmond, Virginia. During his over 30 years of experience as a REALTOR®, Curt has helped over a thousand people buy and sell property, practicing in both the residential and commercial fields of real estate.

Curt was the 2019 President of the Richmond Association of REALTORS®. He currently serves on the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) at the state level and also sits on the RPAC Participation Committee nationally as the state representative for Virginia. Curt has served in numerous capacities including the Virginia REALTORS® Treasurer in 2023, State Board of Directors since 2018,  as well as being a state delegate for NAR from 2016-2019. In addition, Curt received his C2EX and AHWD certifications from NAR.

For the first 15 years of his career, Curt worked in new construction. He helped sell out many of Richmond’s iconic neighborhoods and condo buildings. He was a board member of the Sales and Marketing Council for the Richmond Home Builders and taught their certified sales professional and advanced courses.

During the housing market crash of the early 2000s, Curt found that he had to reimagine his career and learn the residential resale, foreclosure, and commercial markets. Recently leaving a well-known, larger, and established brokerage, Curt chose to move his license to a small brokerage that he established with his wife Heather – Two Dog Realty.

On the side, Curt is on the Board of Directors of REACHcycles, a local nonprofit that gives bikes to kids with disabilities. They have provided over 700 bikes in the past six years. Having had a daughter with special needs, and helping her to try and learn to ride and seeing the challenges these kids have to overcome, Curt understood that riding a bike is therapeutic and freeing. He feels there is nothing more heartwarming than watching a child ride a bike for the very first time.

Curt is also on the Board of Directors of Friends of Richmond K9, a nonprofit that provides assistance in meeting the needs of retired and active-duty police dogs in the City of Richmond. Currently, there are no local or state funds for the support of a retired police dog, so this organization tries to bridge that gap.

Portrait of Sherry Maser

Sherry Maser



Local Association: Hampton Roads REALTORS® Association


Sherry is a lifelong resident of Chesapeake and has been a full-time REALTOR® in the Hampton Roads area since April 1998. She started her career with Rose & Krueth Realty, which merged with Womble Realty to become Rose & Womble Realty. There, she specialized in new construction and earned multiple Circle of Excellence awards, Peninsula Sales & Marketing Council awards, and was twice awarded the Eagle Award for Customer Service Excellence. She later went on to start a new office in Chesapeake for ERA Real Estate Professionals. For the past eight years, she has been a Managing Broker for Howard Hanna Real Estate Services (formerly William E. Wood & Associates). She is licensed in both Virginia and North Carolina.

Sherry has been a proud member of the Hampton Roads REALTORS® Association (HRRA) for 25 years. She has served on numerous committees, including the Government Affairs Committee, Realtor/Lawyer Committee, Owners/Managers Council, Circle of Excellence Advisory Committee, CEO Search Committee, and many others. Sherry served on the Board of Directors from 2013-2014 as Chair of the New Homes Council. She served as 2015 Finance Chair, 2016 Incoming President, 2017 President, and 2018 Immediate Past President. She also served on the HRRA BOD from 2022-2023, representing Chesapeake At-Large. Sherry is the recipient of numerous Hampton Roads REALTORS® Association awards, including 2017 Broker of the Year, 2022 REALTOR® Code of Ethics Award, and 2022 Chairman’s Award for Outstanding Services.

At the state level, Sherry served two two-year terms on the Board of Directors from 2020–2023. She has been a board mentor for the past two years. She chaired the Professional Standards and Grievance Committee in 2022 and was Vice-Chair in 2021. She has served on the Virginia Leadership Academy Alumni Council for the past two years. In addition, she is a graduate of the 2015 Virginia Leadership Academy.

Sherry is also involved at the national level. She served two years on the Resort and Second Home Committee prior to becoming the 2023 Vice-Chair of the Resort & Second Home Committee and will Chair this committee in 2024. She is a 2023 member of both the Insurance Committee and the Public Policy Coordinating Committee. She served on the Broker Idea Exchange Council in 2021 and 2022. She earned the (Omega Tau Rho) award in 2018, an award recognizing exemplary dedication and service.

Sherry lives in Chesapeake with her husband, Rick, and are proud parents of one son, Adam and twin daughters, Amanda and Ashley. She enjoys spending time with her family, her “Golden Doodle babies”, Harper Lee and Scout, and playing golf on an LPGA Amateur league.

Portrait of Terrie Suit

Terrie Suit


Chief Executive Officer

Local Association: Virginia REALTORS®


Terrie L. Suit was appointed as chief executive officer of the Virginia REALTORS® on September 23, 2013. Terrie’s real estate background began in 1985 as a REALTOR® and later transitioned into a twenty-year mortgage lending career.

In 1996, Terrie accepted an appointment from the Governor to the Virginia Real Estate Board. Several years later she was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates where she served the 81st District for nearly a decade. During her time as a delegate, Terrie served as chair to the General Laws Committee, and the Virginia Housing Commission. As a delegate, Terrie was recognized by legislative peers and constituents as an expert on both housing and military relations.

In April of 2011, Terrie was appointed by Virginia’s Governor to be Virginia’s first Secretary of Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security. As an United States Army daughter and a United States Navy wife, Terrie worked diligently to fulfill the Governor’s goal of making Virginia “the most veteran-friendly state in the nation.” In 2022, Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin appointed Terrie to the University of Mary Washington Board of Visitors.

As Virginia REALTORS®’s chief executive officer, Terrie has also served at the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) level on multiple committees and workgroups, including as Vice Chair of the NAR Governance Game Changer PAG charged with the monumental task of evaluating and recommending changes to the governance structure of the National Association of REALTORS®.

Over the years, she has received numerous awards and recognitions. These include being recognized as one of Virginia Business Magazine’s 500 most influential Virginians every year since 2020 and as one of the magazine’s 37 Women in Leadership in 2023.

Terrie is a graduate of both Tidewater Community College and Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science. She completed her Master’s in Business Administration at the University of Mary Washington, earned her Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE).

Terrie and her husband, Tom, reside in Spotsylvania County.