Pug Scoville

Charles "Pug" Scoville is a graduate of Vanderbilt University (1970), with a M.S. in Educational Administration (1976) from Vanderbilt's Peabody College of Education. Since 1985, Pug has been the Director of Communications & Education for the Tennessee Association of REALTORS® and has developed a number of REALTOR® education programs – including two instructor-training programs – at both the state and national levels. He has served twice as national Chair of the Directors of Education for NAR, and as national Chair of the Communications Directors for NAR. He is also a past member of NAR's Risk Management Committee.

Pug Scoville authored Tennessee's agency law on behalf of TAR's Presidential Advisory Group on Agency in 1994-95, and has written every subsequent amendment to TN's agency law since then. He has also coordinated professional standards training for over 20 years. In 2002, Pug was awarded the Bill Tune Award for Excellence in Real Estate Education by the Tennessee Real Estate Commission and in 2007 was named State REALTOR® Educator of the Year for Tennessee.

Edwin W. Estes Jr., Esq.

Estes is a noted lecturer, adjunct professor, and author on real property and real estate brokerage issues since 1988. Estes is currently a professor and real estate program coordinator at Mt. San Antonio College, where he teaches courses about such topics as real estate principles, practice, finance, investments, and Tort Law. His most recent authorship is California Real Estate Principles, 9th Ed., Cengage Publishing, 2010.

He has been a licensed real estate broker since 1984 (salesperson license – 1976), active in real estate consulting, development, investment, and residential brokerage management. Estes has been awarded the following designations: ABRM, ABR, CCIM, CRB, e-PRO, GRI, and SRES. He also received the Lifetime Teaching Credential from California Community College in both Real Estate and Law.

Additionally, Estes has been an Attorney at Law since 1983 (BV Rated, Martindale Hubbell). His practice has emphasized general business, real property, and land use law, with particular attention directed to risk management administration and alternative dispute resolution.


Casey Chapman

Casey has practiced law in Bismarck since 1977 and is a shareholder in Chapman & Chapman, P.C. Casey emphasizes estate planning, business planning, and real estate in his law practice. After undergraduate studies at Bismarck State College and North Dakota State University, Casey received his law degree from the University of North Dakota. Casey taught business law courses for the University of Mary from 1990 to 2000, and has taught business law for Dickinson State University since 2001. Casey and his wife Linda have two children, Marc and Christopher, and one granddaughter. In his spare time, Casey is a lay preacher at his church, and enjoys running, biking and cross country skiing


Susan Plage

Susan has been a quick study in real estate. Since her licensing in 1996, she has achieved recognition as a top-producing agent and has been President of the Boulder Area REALTOR Association (2002). Susan is a contributing writer for various real estate publications. Susan’s previous experience as a university-level career counselor, as well as her work as a marketing and research director for two different major media companies, enables her to bring a wealth of knowledge to the classroom.

William "Fraser" Sparkman CRS, CDEI, RECS, ARPS

William has been actively involved in the real estate industry for more than 30 years.   Fraser brings a wealth of practical experience and expertise from many facets of the business including that of a sales professional, managing and designated broker, developer, educator and expert witness.  Fraser has been an active member of the National Association of REALTORS® with service and outstanding achievement on the state and local level with the Montgomery Association of REALTORS®/MLS, Alabama Association of REALTORS®, Haywood County (N.C.) Board of REALTORS®, Western North Carolina MLS, North Carolina Association of REALTORS® and Triad  (S.C.) Association of REALTORS®. 


Kristi Randall

Kristi is a native of Oklahoma.  She has been a Realtor since 2000 and teaching licensees since 2003.  Though she started as an associate and became a broker her passion lies in the educational world of the real estate profession.  Kristi`s belief that with proper education associates help their clients, themselves and their communities is fundamental to her teaching style and course materials.

Bruce Aydt

Bruce is a REALTOR®, attorney and educator from St. Louis, Missouri.  He has been involved in the management of real estate brokerages for more than 30 years, currently as Senior Vice-President and General Counsel of Prudential Alliance, REALTORS®.

Active in all levels of REALTOR® organizations, Bruce has served as President of both the Missouri Association of REALTORS® and the St. Louis Association of REALTORS®.  For the National Association of REALTORS®, Bruce has chaired the Professional Standards Committee, Legal Action Committee and State Leadership Forum.  He was named REALTOR® of the Year by both his local and state associations.  He is a nationally recognized educator on real estate issues and is the monthly columnist on ethics issues for REALTOR® Magazine.  He has been named Educator of the Year by both the National Association of REALTORS® and the Missouri Association of REALTORS®.  He lives in St. Louis, Missouri with his wife, Lisa and has two grown children, Erin and Jamie.


James J. Tsighis (J.T.)

J.T. has been a real estate industry leader for more than 30 years holding many professional designations, including GRI, CRS, CRB, ABR, e-PRO, and AAR’s Master of Real Estate (MRE) and Certified Risk Management Specialist (rCRMS). J.T. brings a strong level of experience and background that includes working in all capacities of the industry including real estate Salesperson, Broker, Branch Manager and Entrepreneur/Business Owner. J.T. have been actively involved in both his local REALTOR® Association in Tucson (TAR), the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR) as well as the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) where he has been awarded numerous honors and distinctions. As a Director for NAR, J.T. was the Vice Chairman of the Risk Management Committee working hand in hand with industry leaders to help educate the profession on the many way to mitigate and manage risk within today’s challenging marketplace.


K. Michelle Lind, Esq.

K. Michelle Lind is General Counsel/Assistant CEO to the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR). She serves as the primary legal advisor to the association. Michelle oversees AAR’s Risk Management Committee, which includes professional standards administration for twenty of the state’s local REALTOR® associations, and the development of standard real estate forms.

Michelle has served on numerous Arizona Department of Real Estate committees, as Chair and Journal Editor for the Arizona State Bar Real Property Section Executive Council and on the Central/Northern Arizona Better Business Bureau Arizona Mortgage Advisory Council. Michelle is a guest lecturer for the College of Business MBA Real Estate Strategies class and has also served as an adjunct professor at ASU College of Law. She is a frequent speaker on real estate issues on topics such as contracts, disclosure, risk management, short sales and other legal issues. She is the author of Arizona Real Estate: A Professional’s Guide to Law & Practice and a regular contributor to the Arizona REALTOR® and the Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business.


Amy Chorew

Amy is a national real estate trainer highly experienced at helping managers and agents maximize the infinite opportunities that technology offers them.  Amy brings her talents to The CE Shop’s online curriculum sharing her knowledge of the industry, progressive technology outlook and risk management skills.  Amy’s unique ability to translate complex topics into easy to understand language has made her a consistently top-rated trainer throughout the country.

Amy’s expertise in the area of Social Networking and the tremendous impact it is having on the industry has given agents and brokers the tools necessary to move from traditional marketing to Web 2.0 marketing.  Amy shows agents how to effectively and prudently use online video, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, blogs, podcasts and other multi-media tools capture today’s buyers and sellers.

Susan Daly

Susan has been active in residential real estate in Northern Virginia since early 1982. She is currently an associate broker with RE/MAX 100 where she serves as the Director of Education. Susan has been teaching real estate classes for over 20 years for the City of Alexandria Public Schools, Northern Virginia Association of Realtors, and the National Association of Realtors. She is also a certified Ethics and "At Home with Diversity" instructor and has successfully completed mediation training through Institute of Conflict and Resolution at George Mason University. She volunteered as a chaplain at INOVA Alexandria Hospital for seven years and is a member of Soroptomist International. Susan currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia.

Jennifer Allan

Jennifer is a former top producing real estate broker, a published author, a speaker and a trainer. She has written five books about the business of selling real estate, including her flagship book: Sell with Soul: Creating an Extraordinary Career in Real Estate without Losing Your Friends, Your Principles or Your Self-Respect.

Jennifer sold real estate successfully for twelve years in Denver, Colorado. From her first day on the job, she resisted the efforts of her company trainers, her broker and her fellow agents to persuade her to implement the "traditional" real estate prospecting techniques of cold calling, FSBO hunting, door knocking and geographic farming. Instead, she focused her business building efforts on the people she already knew, or the people she met. Without ever pestering a soul, she built a business based nearly 100% from business and referrals generated from her sphere of influence.

Jennifer is a regular columnist at Realty Times and other real estate media outlets, a member of the RE/MAX Hall of Fame, and is one of the industry`s most popular bloggers. You can read more about Jennifer`s philosophies at www.sellwithsoul.com


Kenneth J. Horner Jr.

Ken is co-founder and CFO of The CE Shop, Inc..  Ken’s experience as an attorney and a Certified Public Accountant bring invaluable resources to our curriculum and students. Ken practiced law for seven years in North Dakota, where his practice focused primarily on providing legal advice regarding real estate matters. Further, while practicing law, he was the course instructor for various continuing education courses for the North Dakota State Bar Association.

Michael McAllister

Michael’s real estate career began the summer after his freshman year of undergraduate studies with a desire to join the family real estate ventures. As an active investor, educator and broker Michael was instrumental in the building of several Internet technology businesses prior to co-founding The CE Shop, Inc. where he has been able to combine his love of real estate, education and technology. Michael’s entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiasm are what drive the growth of the business.