North Pulaski Board of Realtors welcomes Keysacker as leading executive

October 7-13, 2019

On Monday, Sept. 30, 2019 the Daily Record published “North Pulaski Board of REALTORS welcomes Keysacker as leading executive.” The article contained errors, which we wish to correct by reprinting it in full in this week’s issue.


Janene Inzer’s time as the Executive Officer for the North Pulaski Board of REALTORS (NPBOR) has come to an end after 29 years of service — to fill those shoes the board has brought in Brianna Keysacker. She started as an administrative assistant for NPBOR in May 2018; shortly after Inzer began training her for the executive officer position. “Janene was an amazing mentor. She taught me everything I needed to know, so I’m happy to be taking her place,” said Keysacker.


After leaving her small town of McCrory, Arkansas, Keysacker relocated to Jonesboro where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies with emphasis in psychology, biology, and health at Arkansas State University. Keysacker remained in Jonesboro with her husband for ten years. Once she got the Association Executive position at NPBOR, Keysacker and her husband moved to Cabot, where they purchased a new home. “It seems like everything just fell into place,” she said.


Thanks to Inzer, Keysacker was able to learn the business side of real estate fairly quickly. “I haven’t had a lot of challenges because Janene was easy to talk to and learn from. […]. Thankfully, Janene is just a phone call away if I need any advice,” explained Keysacker. So far, she has been enjoying her new position as well as working with the REALTORS. “Everybody is so helpful and so sweet. I really love planning out events and meeting new members,” she said.


Keysacker has many plans to further the growth and establishment of NPBOR. “I’d like us to do more community-based events. For instance, donating school supplies to North Little Rock School District’s homeless children. I definitely want to continue donating each year,” she said. Keysacker hopes to work with other nonprofit organizations in the upcoming year to help support Sherwood and the surrounding areas. 


As of today, the North Pulaski Board of REALTORS has around 725 active members, but Keysacker said they’re pushing for more. “For us, it’s not about numbers but rather the people themselves. We want more people to join so they can be a part of another family … a REALTOR family.”


When Keysacker is not spending her time at the office, she enjoys traveling with her husband, baking, and true crime.   

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    Brianna Keysacker