I am blessed to be around remarkable people and to attend dynamic events. There are always TAKEAWAYS to learn. That is what I am sharing on this podcast.
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Katrina Bruce started her career as an entrepreneur when she was a freshman in high school. Her first company created a glass catcher ornament that was fabricated at the Junior Achievement building and sold at a fair at the mall where she grew up in Reno, NV. Her decision to join Junior Achievement changed the trajectory of her life.
Today Katrina is President of Alternative Management which she founded in 1989. Her company manages associations like NAIOP Southern Nevada, Southern Nevada CCIM Chapter, and Henderson Community Foundation just to name a few.
The thing Katrina loves most about her job is that she gets to work with the people who choose to be involved in their associations to make their industries better. In fact, if you volunteered on a committee or board of a commercial real estate association in Southern Nevada over the last 31 years, Katrina likely served alongside you.
We talked about many of the volunteers Katrina has worked with over the years. Listen in and you might hear your name in this episode! As one of those volunteers in the associations Katrina manages, I can say firsthand, that one of the things we love most about being involved is being able to work with Katrina and her team at Alternative Management.
Here are just a few of the other Takeaways that we discussed in this action-packed episode.
- Why “average Joe’s” don’t put up their hand to volunteer in an association?
- The many ways COVID-19 caused the 21 associations that she manages to pivot in 2020?
- What makes a good board member or association volunteer?
I hope you enjoy!
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