RE/MAX Holding, Inc., the parent company of real estate franchisor RE/MAX, and Motto Mortgage, has appointed Annita Menogan to its board of directors.
Stockholders elected Menogan to RE/MAX’s board of directors at the firm’s annual stockholder meeting last Wednesday. The stockholders also voted to re-elect Dave Liniger, Steve Joyce and Teresa Van De Bogart to the board.
Menogan is currently a board member of Children’s Hospital Colorado. There, she serves on the compliance and business ethics committee, which oversees internal audits, cybersecurity, privacy, hospital and physician regulatory compliance, risk management, and licensing. She also serves on the executive committee and the executive compensation subcommittee. Menogan also serves as a board member of the Colorado chapter of the the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) and is an NACD Leadership Fellow. At NACD, she serves as chair of the program committee and is on the diversity task force.
Prior to these positions, Menogan served as general counsel of The Simply Good Foods Company. Before Simply, Menogan served as chief legal officer of Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc, where she advised the board and management through SEC regulatory activity and litigation, strategic redirection following the 2008 recession and two resulting shareholder campaigns. In the early part of her career, Menogan was a senior lawyer and the vice president, corporate secretary at Adollph Coors Company. She was also in private practice for 16 years, representing businesses in a wide variety of industries.
“RE/MAX Holdings remains focused on growth, and Annita’s track record of driving business strategies for transformational enterprise growth and global scale makes her a perfect addition to the talented, committed individuals who make up our Board of Directors,” Dave Liniger, the chairman of the board and RE/MAX co- founder, said in a statement.
Menogan holds a J.D. from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law and a B.F.A. from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
She has also served on several different civid boards, including Denver Kids, Warren Village and International Women’s Foundation of Colorado, as well as the boards of many professional organizations including the Colorado Supreme Court lawyer oversight committees.