[DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS]
The most important piece of our culture is building trust.
Diversity of Experience
The biggest opportunity for our industry lies in the diversification of experience and backgrounds. Sometimes construction can be seen as having limited pathways, but there are so many kinds of experiences, education and career backgrounds that can work for our company. I am excited for the opportunity to share the wide range of diverse careers, experiences, and projects that are available within Mortenson!
Building for the Greater Good
Taking care of future generations is a driving force of our business. We are committed to actively supporting sustainability in our work, refining our building practices in every aspect to be more sustainable and helping our customers achieve more than they thought possible. Leaving the world a better place is a defining feature in who we are and what we care about.
Foundation of Trust
The most important piece of our culture is building a foundation of trust with our customers and our partners, and our community. It’s inherent in our people, our brand and our commitment to doing what’s right. It’s about offering a strategic solution to support business growth and reimagine what is possible.
One cause that is important to me is Stanley Stamm Summer Camp, a camp for children who face early medical challenges. Throughout the years I’ve greatly enjoyed supporting this camp in many different aspects, ensuring these children can have a full camp experience. I am passionate about supporting organizations that offer benefits to support our youth and their growth in our community.
Building of the Year (2017 for AMLI ARC)
BOARDS & MEMBERSHIPS
ACE Board Member
UnitedWay, Safecrossings, Seattle Children’s Hospital
University of Washington
B.S., Construction Management