Nancy Lulejian Starczyk — widely respected and known for her tireless commitment to her profession, her community and charitable organizations — was selected recently as the “Woman of the Year 2017” for the 38th Assembly District, which spans the Santa Clarita, Simi and northern San Fernando valleys.
Starczyk is the 2017 president of the 9,600-member Southland Regional Association of Realtors. The honor was bestowed by State Assemblyman Danta Acosta during a pause in the Legislature’s business to acknowledge Starczyk, Women’s History Month and the Legislative Women’s Caucus annual award program.
Acosta noted that Starczyk has “devoted the last 28 years to building the community around her through economic engagement and volunteerism.
“Whether it was shaping the business community, volunteering for nonprofits, or singing at local events, Nancy’s altruism has touched all aspects of the Santa Clarita Valley,” Acosta said. Starczyk lives in Northridge and has sold real estate in Santa Clarita for nearly three decades. She also served multiple terms as chairwoman of the Santa Clarita Valley Division of the Southland Regional Association of Realtors.
She was Association’s Realtor of the Year 2015, and its President’s award recipient 2013 and again in 2016. That same year she was listed as one of the top 51 most influential people in the Santa Clarita Valley. Starczyk, a fulltime Realtor, is also active in the SCV Chamber of Commerce, SCV Youth Project, and the Economic Development Corporation.
Marty Kovacs is the 2017 Chairman of the Santa Clarita Valley Division of the 9,600-member Southland Regional Association of Realtors. David Walker, of Walker Associates, co-authors articles for SRAR. The column represents SRAR’s views and not necessarily those of The Signal. The column contains general information about the real estate market and is not intended to replace advice from your Realtor or other realty related professionals.