The award is given annually to local and state representatives who exemplify “extraordinary leadership” on issues of importance to the commercial real estate industry in the San Diego region.
“In addition to her focus on achieving economic vitality for her constituents and the broader San Diego community, she is recognized for her support for sound housing policy and a healthy market for new home creation,” said Amber Molina, president of BOMA San Diego.
BOMA said the award also reflects Moreno’s leadership as chair of the city’s Land Use and Housing Committee, on which she helped push forward changes to the city’s development code that are expected to save time and money to help deliver new jobs, housing and retail space for San Diegans.
Previous Public Official of the Year Award recipients include of City Council President Georgette Gomez, Assemblyman Todd Gloria, Mayor Kevin Faulconer, San Diego County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, Former Councilmember Tony Young, Former Mayor Jerry Sanders, state Senator Ben Hueso and former Senator Christine Kehoe.
BOMA San Diego is a professional association committed to advancing the interests of the
commercial real estate industry