Published by Ashley McCollister
Help us welcome Lisa to the AHI family!
She’s been in the corporate housing industry for 20+ years. Originally in the northeast markets, Lisa relocated to Atlanta in 2004. She has received multiple awards including Award of Excellence which is an award for top Sales. She has been married for 30 years and has one daughter, one son and one grandchild. We are so excited to have her on our team.
Here is a little more about Lisa and what makes her so awesome!
What do you do at AHI and in what city? Executive Account Manager focusing on inside sales and creating relationships with local clients in Atlanta.
Where are you originally from? Norwalk, CT by way of Yemassee, SC (little town outside of Beaufort). Born in SC and grew up in Norwalk, CT so I’m definitely a “southern girl.”
What are your interests outside of work? Family. Love to spend free time with family – love Sunday dinners and family game night. I have a new grandson (6 months old) and we just love him so much! Other than that my husband and I are empty nesters so we travel quite a bit. We love cruising and the Caribbean islands. I love the beach – just celebrated my 50th birthday on the beach in Jamaica! In addition we are part of the Chicago Steppin dance community which is sort of like an “urban” ballroom dance.
What was your very first job and where? Working in the meat department at Stew Leonard’s – The World’s Largest Dairy Store :o)
Do you have a favorite sports team? Atlanta Falcons – not really but my husband is a season ticket holder so I have no other choice but to be! LOL
Name a non-electronic item that you can’t live without? My blanket. I love to be warm :o)
Dog person or cat person? Tell us about your pets. No pets
If your life had a theme song, what would it be? Don’t Worry, Be Happy
What is your favorite local restaurant? I am definitely a “foodie” Anything Seafood! Atlanta Fish Market is a local favorite
What question do you ask Siri or Google the most? Fastest directions from point A to B! Atlanta is one of the worst when it comes to traffic.
What do you think is the most valuable thing about corporate housing? Being able to provide accommodations with a personal touch and the comforts of home!