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From the Ground Up
“Growing up with six siblings taught me how to be a good negotiator, so I guess you can say I developed that professional skill early in life.”
“I’m looking forward to building stores smarter—building in a financially responsible way, incorporating sustainability, and making the store about the customer experience.”
“I had a kind of baptism by fire coming into the development world.”
“If I can make sure our stores are comfortable, well lit, inviting, and safe, it gives the other employees here a blank slate to work their magic.”
“I found that litigation was something that fit more within my comfort zone. I enjoyed the intellectual competition you get into.”
“Some of my coworkers in the chemical and refinery industry thought I was crazy when I went into retail. That’s not a common career path.”
“You have to be willing to do a 360-degree review of every situation and have an insatiable appetite to learn and connect.”
“[Toll Brothers] has a reputation for being aggressive, which is perfect for my litigation style.”