William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty's Berkshire Brokerages Names New Broker

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty announced that Stephanie McNair will assume the role of Brokerage Manager for the firm's two Berkshire brokerages, located in Great Barrington and Lenox. 
 
According to a press release, McNair brings to the position knowledge and experience in the real estate market in the Berkshire region. McNair has been working in real estate since 2009, representing buyers and sellers throughout western Mass. McNair ran her own boutique real estate agency, Harvest Moon Realty, from 2012 to 2017. 
 
Before that, she held various roles in marketing, public relations and crisis communications for organizations including the American Diabetes Association, Baystate Health System and Six Flags International.
 
McNair is excited to bring her skills to this new role and help enhance William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty holds in the Berkshires.
 
"I believe I was always meant to play this role. With my background in real estate and my skills in marketing, communications and relationship management, I feel I'm a good fit to help our agents grow and take our brokerages to the next level," said McNair. 
 
She hopes to help continue elevate the brand's success in the neighboring regions of the Hilltowns and Pioneer Valley in Massachusetts and Columbia County in New York.
 
"I am excited to see Stephanie in the brokerage manager position with William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty," said Paul Breunich, Chairman and CEO. "I know our agents as well as our clients in the Berkshires region will greatly benefit from her expertise and skillset."
 
McNair is a longtime resident of Western Massachusetts and is very active in her local community. She is cofounder of The Oxford House, a democratically run self-supporting drug recovery home with two Western Massachusetts locations, and an active supporter of The Open Pantry and Rays of Hope, having sat on the boards of both organizations. McNair is a lover of the outdoors, counting hiking, kayaking, tennis and golf as her spare-time passions.

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Stephen Sagarin, Teresa O'Brient, and Cathy Clark on the steps of the Old Town Hall.
 
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