- Google, Inc., real estate and workplace services program manager, apartments
- Wheaton Fund supporter
“I’m fascinated and energized by the concept of ‘home.’ Real estate surrounds our everyday lives, and where we call home has an emotional connection. I manage Google’s global apartment program to ensure that traveling employees have a safe, convenient and comfortable place to stay as an alternative to a hotel.”
Uses keys to success:
After graduation, I went to work for a private real estate developer in San Jose, Calif. I spent five critical years learning about every element of the real estate development process. In 2012, Google had an opening in their real estate department, where I could focus on my passion with an extraordinary company. Wheaton provided a great foundation for the critical-thinking skills I use daily. Thanks to professors who encouraged me to creatively seek solutions beyond the obvious, I confidently confront problems in a way no textbook could ever teach.
Helps others find their place:
When I was at Wheaton, I received a scholarship that helped fund a summer internship. That internship profoundly changed my life because it was my first introduction to my career in real estate. I want to pass along to students the same powerful gift that I was given—the opportunity to discover their passion and pursue it.
Give opportunity. Support the Wheaton Fund.
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