Leadership Spotlight - Liz Howeth
Tuesday, December 21, 2021
by: Michele Ignacio, A.O. Reed & Co.

Section: Leadership Spotlight

For this month’s Leadership Spotlight, we are featuring Liz Howeth. 

Liz Howeth was born in Scottsdale, Arizona and grew up in a small town in the High Desert of Southern California. Her first job in property management was working at the Symphony Towers downtown for the Irvine Company. Today she works as a Property Manager for Kilroy Realty overseeing commercial real estate buildings in Sabre Springs and Liberty Station.

In 2010, Liz joined BOMA San Diego and served on the Community Service Committee. Currently, she serves as Vice Chairperson of the Education Committee. 

Read below to learn more about Liz: 

BOMA San Diego: How would you describe your leadership style? 
Liz:  Collaborative- I truly believe that a leader is only as good as their team and that everyone has something valuable to add.

BOMA San Diego:  What is the most difficult part about being a leader? 
Liz: I really enjoy leading my team so I can’t think of anything.

BOMA San Diego:  What inspired you to volunteer for a leadership position in BOMA San Diego? 
Liz:  I love the opportunities and education BOMA provides to this industry. The education is specifically tailored to our business and is so valuable, so being a part of the education committee was something I really wanted to do.

BOMA San Diego: What techniques have you used to motivate your committee members? 
Liz: It is a small but steady but committee. Paris leads everyone well with her knowledge and expertise.

BOMA San Diego:  What advice would you give our emerging leaders about how to navigate BOMA to gain professional development and other related skills? 
Liz: Take the classes, attend the lunches, and soak up knowledge from peers.

BOMA San Diego: What is one characteristic that you believe every leader should possess? 
Liz:  Kindness. Always kindness.

BOMA San Diego: How do you define success? 
Liz:  If you are working towards the greater good!

Thank you for being a BOMA Leader, Liz!