2024 Marketing Leader: Victoria Keichinger

Victoria Keichinger

As the new Vice President, Head of Marketing for Century 21 Real Estate, Victoria Keichinger has brought with her over a decade’s worth of real estate knowledge and marketing expertise to help take the CENTURY 21 brand to the next level of industry leadership. Throughout her career, she has helped shape the brand identity and launch award-winning marketing campaigns for the top names in real estate and she truly understands what today’s real estate professionals need and value from a brand. Her creativity, dedication and passion have already endeared her to the CENTURY 21 network as she continues to make her mark and demonstrate why she is the right leader to drive the most respected name in real estate into the future.

Throughout her time at Anywhere, Keichinger has proven time and time again that she embodies the company’s winning culture. She is focused on achieving exceptional results with her work developing and launching industry-leading national advertising campaigns that consistently rank number one in the real estate category. She has also produced and executed multi-million-dollar strategic media plans across broadcast, streaming, search, social media and other platforms. 

Even more important than her campaign work and industry success is how she approaches her role as a team leader. With a relentless focus on talent, she has already demonstrated to her new team that she is committed to helping them grow and develop. Keichinger has taken the time to get to know each member of her team, their roles and strengths, and is committed to putting them each on a path to reaching their own personal goals. Her collaborative nature and eagerness to learn has allowed her to quickly become an integral part of the CENTURY 21 leadership team.

Name:

Victoria Keichinger

Title:

Vice President, Head of Marketing

Company Name:

Century 21 Real Estate

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