Disruptors in the commercial real estate industry are shaking things up. Higher vacancies and downward pressure on rents are affecting retail valuations. Millennials seeking flexible, technology and amenity rich environments, are reducing required office space, with shorter term office leases more prevalent.
I have always enjoyed puzzles and problem solving, and am good at keeping my eye on the prize – the desired outcome – especially under pressure. This helps me counsel and guide clients through complicated...
I consciously leverage my greatest strength: successful project management and customer service to the proven benefit of our clients. Making sure that I take the time to hone in on the client’s objectives for every project allows me to match team players who have the skill sets to meet the client’s objectives?
Growing up as the only girl in a household of rambunctious brothers, I learned early on that if you wanted something you had to get in the scrum and go for it. You couldn’t be afraid to voice your opinion and go against the consensus.
My exposure to design and color started early thanks to my mother’s talents in floral arranging and quilting. Through education and experience, my natural design strengths have grown into a passion for guiding clients
Navigating obstacles requires identifying obstacles as well as priorities. I have found it is helpful to enjoy activities outside of work that have a meditative component - sometimes the solution to an issue will present itself as I am out for a run on the Charles River.
I find that the best way to navigate obstacles as a construction litigator is to form strong relationships based on mutual trust with your clients, no matter the size of their claim. If you care about your clients,
I didn’t let other people limit or define my success. Coming into the construction business as a young ‘girl’ along with the stigma that comes from being the ‘bosses’ daughter’ set me up for continuous challenges to overcome throughout my career.
I am naturally very detail-oriented, focused, methodical and thorough—which you wouldn’t believe if you looked at my messy house. Those traits have been an asset in my career as an architect.
The challenge of learning the “business” of my business has been more exciting and educational than anything I do with a camera. A combination of hard work; focus like a laser beam vs. a flashlight (mantra from my trusted coach);