William Raveis will be bolstering its presence in Westchester and lower Fairfield counties by adding two new executives to its staff, the family run real estate business has announced.
Ravies has appointed Amy Kane and Jason Wilson, both of whom had worked with the Sotheby’s International Realty Network.
“Amy and Jason bring an impressive history of being top performers at marquis real estate brands to William Raveis, along with a deep knowledge of the region,” said Chris Raveis, president of residential sales at William Raveis. “They chose to stake their future with us. We are confident these talented, established professionals will help us grow our standing in the Westchester and Fairfield markets.
Kane, who lives in Stamford, will serve as Raveis’s senior vice president of the Westchester and lower Fairfield regions. Wilson, who lives in Yorktown, has been appointed as vice president of William Raveis’s affiliate offices, as well as its vice president, regional director of operations.
Kane was director of sales for ONE Sotheby’s International Realty in Miami Beach, Fla. She previously worked as an executive vice president, sales at Douglas Elliman in TriBeCa. Kane also was a regional vice president and senior regional vice president for Houlihan Lawrence.
She was a senior vice president at Prudential Holmes & Kennedy in Westchester and has an extensive sales and executive coaching background.
Wilson was most recently a branch manager at Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty in Westchester, where he received recognition for for growing the firm’s Scarsdale office, which he managed for six years. He was co-manager of the firm’s Irvington office.
Wilson, who has been in sales and management for more than 18 years, also was a branch manager and licensed associate broker at Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty and an associate broker at Houlihan Lawrence. He was the founder and managing director of Wireless Depot North America.
He was named “Manager of the Year” by Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty in 2015 and 2011 and was a “Forty Under 40 Rising Star,” an award bestowed by the Business Council of Westchester.