Dona is committed to providing premiere professional service to clients, is dedicated to cooperation and ethical interaction with other brokers and has been a leader in organized real estate and the San Francisco community. Industrious, knowledgeable, caring, honest.
Acknowledged “Woman of the Year” by Family Service Agency of San Francisco for fund-raising on behalf of San Francisco families. She worked with California Association of Realtors building Habitat for Humanity Home in San Francisco. Dona helped develop and maintains neighborhood gardens on a portion of the San Francisco 49 mile scenic drive. She was a director of her neighborhood association serving as President from 2006-2008, initiating its website and electronic database, and was liaison to the Coalition of SF Neighborhoods. She was a candidate for the “Democratic Party County Central Committee” in 2001 and is a member of “Daughters of the American Revolution”. She currently serves on the City and County of San Francsico's Assessment Appeals Board.
Dona enjoys scuba diving, sailing and travel. She designed and built her current residence.
Dona Crowder is an Assistant Manager with Coldwell Banker, formerly a senior marketing broker with Pacific Union International, specializing in residential sales as well as development opportunities. As a consistent “Top Producer”, she brings over 30 years experience to her work, having managed her family’s Pacific Heights real estate firm for 20 years.
She was a director of the San Francisco Association of Realtors from 1993-2008, serving as Chief Financial Officer in 1999 and President in 2004. She has served as Trustee for the Political Action Committee and is a Hearing member of the Standards Panel.
She is a Director of the California Association of Realtors, was San Francisco’s Regional Chair in 2005, has served on the Legislative and Land Use Committees, was Chair 2006 of the Common-Interest-Development Committee, Chair 2007 of the Local Governmental Relations Committee, was a liaison to the Strategic Planning Committee, a member of the Nominating Committee and served on the Executive Committee in 2008. Other affiliations include Who’s Who of Luxury Real Estate, SF Luxury Marketing Council, and the San Francisco Historical Society, contributing an article on women in organized real estate in its publication, “The Argonaut”.
She has been a member of the San Francisco Apartment Association, Small Property Owners Association of San Francisco, Plan C and Residential Builders Association. She is a director of her neighborhood association serving as President from 2006-2008. She was a candidate for the “Democratic Party County Central Committee” in 2001. She is serving her third term as a city commissioner on the Assessment Appeals Board.
Her awards include, San Francisco Association of Realtors “Realtor of the Year” in 2001 for outstanding contributions to organized real estate and the community, and “Agent of Choice” by her peers at Pacific Union in 2002 as the agent who most exemplifies the standards of professionalism and participation.