I am highly driven, motivated, and dedicated to my career. I live to work and to produce high quality build-outs for my customers.
After graduating from Eastern Michigan University with a B.S. in Construction Management, I eagerly went to work for one my biggest role models who is also an officer at Belfor USA.
The experience and work ethic I received was unmatched. I wasn't with the company for six months when Hurricane Katrina hit and devastated the South. I was immediately dispatched by the company to the Louisiana office to assist in the recovery of the area. About an hour after driving South past Jackson, Mississippi, I could start to see the destructiveness of the storm.
I was assigned to New Orleans where most of the country's attention was focused. The city was in complete disorder and it seemed that no governing body was in control of the city. Luckily, order was restored quickly and I was able to focus on restoring some of the city's most famous buildings.
I worked there for the better part of eight months and learned the industry quicker than I had ever expected. When I returned to Detroit, I was ready to jump into the local market. I was very successful as a Sales/Estimator for Belfor. I ranked at the top of the list among my peers in many different categories and excelled at becoming a dedicated professional.
Belfor is a great company who was great to me in every way I could have imagined.
I really enjoyed (and still do enjoy) the heightened response necessary to adapt to adverse situations such as floods, fire, and other emergency situations.
In January of 2008, I made the VERY difficult decision to go to PCI Industries, Inc. PCI was started by my father in 1983 and was the reason I went for my CM degree in the first place. My heart was not only with my family, but with PCI.
I am proud to say that I work for my family's business and I am really excited for the future of the company.