Diane S. Turton Honored as 2015 Woman of Influence
Diane Turton, President/Founder of Diane Turton, Realtors was recently honored as the “2015 Woman of Influence” at a breakfast reception held at Tiffany & Company in Red Bank, New Jersey. “It is a great honor to be recognized among such a talented pool of women,” Turton says. “Along with honor comes responsibility and it is my hope that together we can all continue to mentor, support and inspire future generations and make the community a better place.”
Ms. Turton attended Ryder College and upon graduation she started her career in real estate in 1966. She founded Diane Turton, Realtors in 1985. For more than 49 years, Diane has been a driving force in the residential and commercial real estate industry, with 15 sales offices strategically located throughout Monmouth and Ocean counties and an international support office located in London, England.
In her role as President/Founder at Diane Turton, Realtors, she leads the company-wide strategic planning and business operations with responsibility for overseeing the firm’s sales office/agents, finance, human resources, marketing and IT functions. Diane is a sought-after board member, motivational speaker and media spokesperson. Diane is also a keen advocate and participant in many local and national women and children’s charities including hosting educational seminars, presentations and mentoring workshops. Her association and support of community events is second to none.
“Diane is truly an example of excellence for our management team and all associates,” says Perry Beneduce, Marketing Director, Diane Turton, Realtors. “Her dedication to mentoring and motivating others encourages us all to give back to the communities in which we live and work.”
Diane resides in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey with her husband and co-founder of Diane Turton, Realtors, Bruce Turton. Her two sons, David and Jason also play a major role in the Diane Turton, Realtors business. They too reside in the Point Pleasant area with their respective families.