My story: I started in construction as soon as I could push a broom, helping my dad with residential construction. He was an interior trim carpenter, so I learned that trade. I grew up homeschooled and then earned an Associates Degree in Applied Science in Building Construction Technology from Pitt Community College before transferring to ECU where I graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management. I started working in Wilmington in January 2008 with John S. Clark, and after they closed, I worked for Sexton Construction in project management and estimating before joining the W. M. Jordan team in April 2015.
Why I like working at W.M. Jordan Company: Of all the contractors I’ve worked for, this has been the most fun. I like the way the company is structured, and we get enormous support from various departments such as the Building Systems Group and operations from our corporate headquarters.
My hidden talent: I play bass guitar and drums at my church.
My favorite things: My baby girl, playing music, playing golf, and surfing.