What led you to your current profession?
I took courses in engineering and architecture when I was a student at Silver Lake Regional High School in Kingston. I was influenced somewhat in my career choice by the example of my grandfather, who was a civil engineer for many years. What led you to your current profession?
Every building, whether new or old, is unique and has a story to tell. It’s our job to make sure it’s told. A few things inspired me to pursue my current profession.What are some of the benefits of being a mentor or having a mentor?
Mentors are akin to an experienced, trusted friend, in a professional context. You can share frustrations and goals and they will provide an objective viewpoint, overlaying your subjective circumstances,In the past year, what project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of?
Every time I work with my clients to close on a project where new affordable housing units are going to be created I am proud of the work that we do. What led you to your current profession?
I was interested in engineering but wanted a career that wasn’t too technical and had lots of variety – civil engineering was a great fit! Also my mother, who was bursar at a local university, knew it was important for me to pick a career-centered major before starting college and stick with it. It was great advice.What trends will dominate your industry in the coming months?
The recovery of the economy will play a large impact on our industry.What led you to your current profession?
I joined SVN Parson Commercial Group - Boston in 2008 as the director of marketing for the firm. Throughout the years I worked closely with the partners and managers and learned hands on the intricacies of real estate investing, ownership and management.In the past year, what project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of?
I am most proud of my ability to continue to support my family, students, clients, and company during a global pandemic that forced every segment of our lives to change on a dime.What are some of the benefits of being a mentor or having a mentor?
The mentor/mentee relationship is a tremendous opportunity to gain skills and grow professionally. I’ve been lucky enough to have been on both ends of this relationship. What are some of the benefits of being a mentor or having a mentor?
I don’t claim to have many talents, but one that I do believe I possess is the ability to recognize potential. I take a personal interest in helping people identify their strengths and how they can use them to not only advance