Over the course of her career, Kris Boyce has been busy.

Not only was she the Chief Executive Officer of Greenwin Corp., but she's also been an active member of various industry groups, named one of the TOP 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada, and named Property Manager of the Year, just to name a few of her many accomplishments.

And soon, Boyce will add 'CEO of Signet Group' to her resume.

Starting January 1, 2022, Boyce will step in as Signet Group's new CEO and will oversee the growth and development of all aspects of the operation, as well as management of the company's commercial and residential portfolios.

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"With more than 35 years of real estate and customer service expertise, we are thrilled to have Kris join the Signet Team," said Gerald Greenberg, Founder, President and CFO of Signet Group Inc.

Prior to joining Signet Group, Boyce was the CEO of Greenwin Corp. for over eight years up until her departure in 2021. In this position, she was instrumental in maintaining Greenwin's culture of respect and service excellence, and in expanding the company's philanthropic arm, Greenwin Cares. 

With her background as an experienced coach for high performance, and her proven track record in overseeing all real estate asset categories within the Private, Public, and Non-Profit service sectors, Boyce contributed significantly to her previous positions at CAPREIT, Chartwell Retirement Residences, Durham Region Non-Profit Housing, and Transglobe Apartment REIT.

Boyce is also a member of the Institute of Housing Management (F.I.H.M.), a long-standing member of the Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA), and a recipient of the Property Manager of the year award from the Federation of Rental Housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO). 

Meanwhile, Boyce has also held Board Member seats at FRPO, GTAA, IHM, and as an External Advisory Committee Member (HousingTO) for the City of Toronto and the Whitby Race Relations & Diversity Committee for the Town of Whitby. She was also an advisor for Central Ontario's Junior Achievement Program for the first Jane/Finch program launched in this neighbourhood in 2019.

What's more, Boyce was also named one of the TOP 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada with the Women's Executive Network (WXN) in 2015 and has been recognized many times for her strategic leadership abilities. 

Greenberg said he is extremely confident that Boyce will add to the expertise of Signet Group and its long-standing track record for service excellence.  

Since 1961, Signet Group has been servicing the Greater Toronto Area and providing residential, commercial, and industrial property management and development services.

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