Gloria Moorman

Gloria Moorman made Houston her home in 1978, and has been involved in the local real estate market since 1986. Gloria’s extensive real estate background and years of accumulated experience make her a very important member of the Bernstein Realty team. To her credit, Gloria managed a real estate company for seven years, before becoming the Sales Assistant to one of Houston’s most celebrated Top Producers. As a member of the Bernstein Realty team since 2001, Gloria’s positive attitude and team player spirit makes her a very valuable team member of the company.

Gloria spends her days assisting company president Amy Bernstein with her many real estate clients and transactions, as well as working very closely with the new agents at Bernstein Realty.

Gloria is also responsible for the new agent training and the continuing education at the company. Her teaching style brings a very innovative approach to the training process. She devises classes and programs that promote agent creativity and involvement, by providing a forum in which the agents can learn from her and from each other by sharing information about their real estate experiences.

Gloria is active in the community serving as the Registrar for the Houston Youth Soccer Association for over ten years.

Gloria is also very involved with the Nancy Owens Memorial Foundation, which was founded in the name and honor of one of Houston’s most beloved members of the real estate community, Nancy Owens, who lost her battle with breast cancer in September 2001. The Foundation is dedicated to yearly fundraising activities that benefit cancer research. In December of 2006, Gloria, along with the entire Nancy Owens Memorial Foundation Committee, was presented with the John E. Wolf Citizenship Cup Award by the Houston Association of Realtors. This prestigious award is given to a member who has made outstanding contributions to the community.  Since its inception, the Nancy Owens Memorial Foundation has given over $1.4 Million towards finding a cure.   In 2018, the Foundation changed their name to be The Nancy Owens Breast Cancer Foundation to be more in line with their mission statement.  The Nancy Owens Breast Cancer Foundation continues to receive tremendous support from the community, local media and press to find a cure for breast cancer.