Gail Liniger moved to Denver, Colorado in 1973, becoming the first employee to join RE/MAX, and unaware that she would become a co-founder of one of the premier real estate companies in the world. She currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of RE/MAX.
Liniger was recognized in 1988 as one of the top ten U.S. women for her outstanding achievements in business, the arts, and public service. A year later, Ernst & Young and Inc. Magazine named Gail "Entrepreneur of the Year" for the State of Colorado in the real estate and construction category. In 2006, Gail was inducted into the Colorado Business Hall of Fame and the International Franchise Association Hall of Fame in 2006. She is also the recipient of the 2007 Joy S. Burns Women of Enterprise Award. As a licensed Colorado real estate broker Gail holds several designations, including Certified Residential Broker (CRB), Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), and Quality Service Certification (QSC).
An avid golfer, Gail is co-owner of Sanctuary Golf Course where numerous charity golf tournaments have raised millions of dollars. She is also co-founder of the Denver-area conservation center, The Wildlife Experience, which promotes wildlife, its conservation, the many forms of art which celebrate it and a variety of educational tools to learn about it. Gail is a member of the 2011 SIUE Alumni Hall of Fame.