Vivian R. Aronica

Vice President Account Management

Vivian joined The Advance Group in 2009. After many years in the Banking industry, Vivian decided to dedicate herself to the Real Estate Industry as a Real Estate Agent and developed a strong reputation for professionalism, industry knowledge, and integrity.

Vivian’s career in corporate relocation began in 2001 when she joined Allegiance International as VP of Sales, then spent nearly five years as a sales representative at Arrow Transfer and Storage. At Arrow, she specialized in everything from estimating to on-site project management; one of her larger commercial moves was the esteemed Law Offices of Meyer, Suozzi, English, and Klein, PC. Not only is Vivian well versed in all facets of office moving, but her previous years of versatile sales experience brings flexibility and problem solving skills to her projects and the development of new relationships. With her varied credentials, Vivian is a strong addition to The Advance Group’s continued strategic growth. Vivian is responsible for managing the day to day moving needs for her clients and has completed many successful relocation projects through the years. Time Warner, Weiser Mazars, Time Inc., ScotiaBank, John Hardy, Dealertrack, First Eagle Investment Management, Purolator Courier, Bottomless Closet and Shawmut to name a few. Vivian also manages daily furniture installations and office relocations for WB Mason in New York, New Jersey and Long Island.

Vivian serves on the Board of Directors and participates in various committees and numerous business networking groups such as: CREW NY having served  on the Board of Directors as well as on the advisory board of the Charitable Fund where she chairs their annual “Bottomless Closet” event. Distinguished as one of the top women in real estate for 2010 (New York Real Estate Journal), awarded “Top 14 Women to watch in 2014” by Sokol Media as the cover story in the winter 2014 publication, Long Island Network Exchange for which has served on the Board of Directors and most recent past president and the American Heart Association “Go Red for Women” luncheon committee member since 2002. Vivian currently serves as President of the Kiwanis Club of Hicksville – an organization dedicated to servicing the community and its youth through scholarships, special events and food pantries.