We are so excited to welcome Jennifer to our AHI family in Atlanta!
Published by Ashley McCollister
Jennifer experienced multiple moves as child of an Army officer, so understands the joys and stress of relocation. Jennifer has her BA from the University of Florida, held her Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) since 2005 and joined the corporate housing world in 1996. During her tenure, she’s received numerous commendations for superior service and increasing business, managing hundreds of housing requests yearly, incorporating needs assessment, benefit review, assisting in service recovery and offering guidance for process improvements for her clients.
Currently, she is serving as the Secretary of her local Rotary, non-official Chattahoochee kayak and North GA hiking guide. She is the mom of two boys in college and an adorable schnauzer, Pepper. Jennifer brings a cheerful attitude to work each day, enjoying making her clients’ lives a little easier.
What do you do at AHI and in what city? National Account Manager for AHI offices; Home office in Alpharetta, GA
Where are you originally from? Army Brat, lived all over (NC, KS, FL, Germany – landed in GA right after college – don’t do the math!). Claim Gainesville, FL as my hometown (GO GATORS!)
What are your interests outside of work? Hiking, kayaking, fishing, anything outdoors and close to nature
What was your very first job and where? Park ranger in training at Ichetucknee State Park in Ft. White, FL. Got to take beer away from tubers, lots of fun…;)
Do you have a favorite sports team? Gators
Name a non-electronic item that you can’t live without? Credit card?:)
Dog person or cat person? Tell us about your pets. Love cats, but allergic. Have a sweet schnauzer who owns my heart.
If your life had a theme song, what would it be? Lean on Me
What is your favorite local restaurant? Tokyo Boat II – LOVE sushi!!
What question do you ask Siri or Google the most? I TYPE in addresses to help my clients find maps to and from work. Google is VERY confused about all the places I travel:)
What do you think is the most valuable thing about corporate housing?
“Helping families and road warriors find the comfort of home.”