Jen Reyes

Jen Reyes

Seattle native, Jen Reyes, is a Senior Vice President of National Commercial Sales at Fidelity National Title.  After earning her degree at the University of Washington in Communications, with emphasis in Public Relations, she became a member of the UW Alumni Association and is a proud husky.

With extensive and consistent industry experience for the last 20+ years, her diverse clientele include developers, principals, brokers, attorneys, lenders and other commercial real estate professionals.

Each year since joining Fidelity National Title in 2013, she has been recognized as a top salesperson for the Fidelity family of companies. In 2016, she was awarded by the Washington Women’s Conference & Diversity Council as one of the Top 20 Business Women.

To maintain and enhance a strong local & national book of business, Jen is a current member of many commercial real estate associations including NAIOP, ICSC, ULI (currently serving as co-chair for ULI’s Women’s Leadership Initiative since 2017), NHIF, PREI, NMHC, Belden Club, CREW (where she served on the Board from 2012-2014 and was President in 2013) and most recently, leading the inception of the NW chapter of FIIRE (Filipinos in International Real Estate). Within our Fidelity National Financial family, she is also part of the founding advisory members for the FNF Women Lead initiative/program.

She is an active supporter of non-profits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound (where she was a Board Member for 8 years and now stays involved on the Ambassador Board), United Way, Plymouth Housing, Fred Hutch, JDRF and a current Board Member of SCIDpda (Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation & Development Agency).

 

During her free time, Jen loves hanging out with her son Marcello and beloved dog Kodi. She enjoys golfing, traveling, reading, and exploring new restaurants with friends & family. As an avid golfer, she has recently been asked to join the Member Development Committee at Broadmoor Golf Club and looks forward to playing different courses throughout her travels.