2019-2020 President-Elect of the Chicago Association of Realtors
Nykea Pippion McGriff believes in continued education and supporting other brokers. She works as a continuing education instructor for the Chicago Association of Realtors and leverages her technology know-how as a contract trainer for the Midwest Real Estate Data service.
Attentive and determined, Pippion McGriff demonstrates her hometown pride through her work. A real estate broker since 2005, she serves buyers and sellers throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs, specializing in single-family homes, condos and multi-unit sales. Providing a clear overview and timeline prior to beginning the process, Pippion McGriff enables her clients to feel confident and cared for. “This approach helps to set expectations and ease concerns,” she says.
In 2019, following her groundbreaking role as the Chicago Association of Realtors’ first female African American treasurer, Pippion McGriff was elected to serve as its first female African American president. She was president of Women’s Council of Realtors Illinois in 2019, and a year before that was voted Industry MVP in Chicago Agent magazine’s Agents’ Choice Awards. She is also a member of the Executive Committee of the National Women’s Council of Realtors, member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and federal political coordinator for the National Association of Realtors.
Pippion McGriff is a graduate of the Realtor Institute as well as an Accredited Buyer’s Representative, Accredited Distressed Property Representative, Broker Price Opinion Resource, Short Sales & Foreclosure Resource, and Certified International Property Specialist.
In 2018, Pippion McGriff established the Xavier O. Joy scholarship in honor of her son, providing young leaders with financial assistance for their education. She supports the Coat Angels charity and raises funds and cancer awareness with Elite 6 Dinners.
Pippion McGriff is an avid traveler who counts down the days until her next adventure.